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Academy Interns

2014 Senior Intern Presentations

On March 27, 2014, the current interns will be doing their multi-media presentations from 2:45-4:30 pm.  All Academy juniors should plan on attending these.  The schedule of room assignments can be found in the locker.

Application for Academy Intern Program

Each November the Intern Coordinators visit US History classrooms to inform juniors about the Intern Academy. After the presentation, students may apply by completing the application below and submitting 3 letter of recommendation forms to their teachers.

Here is the Junior Recruitment PowerPoint.

Application for Academy Intern Program

The due date is Friday, December 6, 2013.

Application essays may turned in to:   Ms. DeCino--room 2007, Mr. Brandmeyer-room 3103.  You may also turn them in to the gray mailbox next to the academy office door downstairs in the library.

Welcome to the Intern Academy

Here you will find all of the important information and due dates for the Intern Academy.  Please contact your specific coordinator if you have questions.  You are assigned to a coordinator alphabetically according to your last name as follows:

Brandmeyer:  A-Mad

DeCino:  Mas-Z

If you want more information about our program, please review the Academy Notebook in the locker on the lower right.  If you missed the Academy presentation in your U.S. History class, you can view the PowerPoint in the locker as well.  The application for the Academy program is also in the locker.  Applications are due by December 6, 2013

Scholarship opportunity:  One of our first Academy interns, Jeff Pashby, offers a $1000 scholarship to a graduating intern planning on attending a 4-year college.  Applications are due by April 1, 2014 in room 2007.  See the locker for the form.

 

Clarification of roles

Because there are a number of people you may want to invite to your senior presentation, here is a reminder of the different individuals who have helped you through the academy process.

Intern Coordinator -  Either Ms. DeCino or Ms. Penrod, one of whom is monitoring your progress throughout the school year. You  do not need to invite your coordinator to your presentation.

Internship Sponsor -  This is the businessperson with whom you worked during your internship. You should formally invite him/her to attend your presentation, although his/her schedule may not permit him/her to attend.

Academy Advisor -  The faculty member who helped you with your research paper and senior presentation. Your advisor has, in most cases, already been assigned to your presentation.

Family and Friends - Feel free to invite family members and friends to observe your presentation and provide moral support .

Intern Sponsors

 Under the links below are organizations, businesses and individuals who have acted as past and/or current sponsors.  Each year their ability to help again depends upon multiple factors.  We greatly appreciate their help in making our program a success and hope they continue to work with us in the future.  Click on the career area to see a listing of sponsors in that area.

Architecture

Business, Marketing, Sales


Computer Technology


Counseling and Social Work


Education (teaching & coaching)


Finance


Hospitality and Event Planning


Industrial and Agricultural Arts


Law

Law Enforcement and Fire Safety


Medicine and Dentistry


Multimedia Arts


Museums and Libraries


Physical Fitness, Training and Rehabilitation, Sports Management


Political Fields and Governmental Agencies

Real Estate & Insurance


Science and Engineering


Veterinary Medicine

Visual and Performing Arts

 (last updated 11/2013)

1st Semester Due Dates 2013-2014

September 4  Mandatory fall meeting (Seniors); lunch or after school, room 3101

September 18 Choose CHS Faculty Advisor  (Seniors)

October 11 20 hours of time logs, first journal and 10 hour sponsor evaluation due (Seniors)

November 22 Submit first draft of research paper to advisor; end of second grading period (Seniors)

December 6 Junior Applications and teacher recommendations due (Juniors)

December 20  Final Draft of research paper due to your faculty advisor  (Seniors)

January 14  Final Draft of research paper (with research checklist) due to coordinator (Seniors)

January 17  All first semester academy work due (see notebook) (Seniors)

January 13 (Monday)  Welcome Meeting for New Interns in old gym at lunch (Juniors)

2nd Semester Due Dates

January 30  Mandatory Spring Semester Meeting; lunch or after school in room 3101 (Seniors)

February 11  Resume and Cover Letter Workshop; lunch or after school, room 3101 (Juniors)

February 24 Resume and Cover Letter due to your coordinator (room 3101 or 2007)  (Juniors)

March 3  This is the DROP DEAD date for late cover letters and resumes.  If they are not received by this time, you will be dropped from the program (Juniors).

March 13  Interview Skills workshop; return resumes and cover letters; lunch or after school in room 3101 (Juniors)

Thursday, March 27 Senior Multimedia Presentations (Seniors to present and Juniors to observe)

March 14 End of 1st grading period (see notebook) (Seniors)

April 1 - Pashby Scholarship applications due (Seniors)

Month of April  Mock Interviews during period 4 in the library  (Juniors--Due date will be assigned)

May 2  End of 2nd grading period  (see notebook) (Seniors)

May 1    Parent meeting--2:40 or 7:00 in CHS library (Parents of Juniors)

May 30  All work must be turned in to intern coordinator  (Seniors)

INTERNSHIP POSSIBILITIES

Below are links informing you of potential internships.  If you are interested, you may follow any application process outlined in the link but please send an email to one of the Intern Coordinators ( Ms. DeCino or Ms. Penrod) of your intent so we can keep track of the applicants.

  • Kids for Peace is looking for interns to work in a wide range of activities.  Read your email and if interested contact Jill at jill@kidsforpeaceglobal.org.

Academy Intern Locker

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