Senior Internship Project
Senior Internship Project – We need your help!
In the final weeks of the seniors' careers at KJHS, students participate in Senior Internship Projects (SIPs). The main goal of the SIP program is to create a transition for the seniors from the structure of high school to the independence of college. The program is designed to give students a chance to apply their in-school learning to real world internships and service-learning projects.
Could you or someone you know benefit from a Kehillah senior serving as an intern for 3 weeks?
What we are looking for:
Internship opportunities for Kehillah Seniors from Wednesday, May 6 to Thursday, May 28.
Types of Senior Internship Projects:
- An internship or apprenticeship includes working with a business, artistic, educational, or government organization to learn about a given field or career.
- Service-learning projects allow students to expand their involvement with community service organizations and invest time and energy that is not ordinarily possible during the academic year.
Seniors participating in SIPs will complete 125 hours of work. SIPs take the place of daily academic work. We expect a student¹s senior internship project to be as rigorous as academic work (in terms of time and energy). Additionally, students must make a presentation on their SIP on May 29.
Additional expectations of SIPs:
- SIPs must be supervised by someone who is not related to the student. Students may not be paid.
- Students must complete 7 hours of work per day
?Interested in getting involved or connecting us with someone who is interested in mentoring a Kehillah senior?
Please email the SIP Coordinator, Dr. Nelson at: email@example.com.