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Experiential Education and Internship Program

Students in many NSCC academic degree and certificate programs can take advantage of internship opportunities through the Experiential Education and Internship Program. ITR200: Internship is a 2-credit course in which students participate in a 120-hour internship experience over a semester, typically 10-15 hours per week, in a work environment related to their program of study and career goals.

Internships are completed under the guidance of an on-site supervisor, ITR200 instructor and internship coordinator who, in combination with the student, create a framework for learning and reflection to enrich the student educational experience.

Here are just a few of the companies and organizations hosting NSCC student interns:

  • Boston Children's Hospital
  • Bridgewell
  • Infinite Media
  • Jobs for the Future
  • LEO, Inc
  • ServPro
  • Spaulding Outpatient

Eligibility

Introduction to the Professional Portfolio (PRO100)
Students must complete PRO100: Introduction to the Professional Portfolio to be eligible for the ITR200: Internship course This pre-requisite is  one-credit course in which students complete practical assignments to help them prepare for the internship search and the completion of the on-site experience. 

When students meet the following prerequisites, they may enroll in ITR200:

  • Mathematics proficiency, and
  • Passed PRO100 Introduction to the Professional Portfolio.

What academic programs are open to Internships?

Accounting

Digital and Social Marketing

Graphic Design – Integrated Media

Graphic Design – Print

Executive Administrative Assistant

Horticulture

Horticulture Certificate

Medical Administrative Assistant

 

The Internship Course (ITR200) is an open elective in the following programs of study:

Computer Networking and Security

Computer Applications

Computer Programming

Criminal Justice

Liberal Arts

When to begin the enrollment process and who to contact:

If you have questions related to finding an approved internship, please contact the Internship Coordinator, Adelin Nunez at anunez@northshore.edu or call 781-477-2165.

Students should allow at least 8 weeks before the start of the course to receive internship help.

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