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INTERNSHIP COURSES     Computer Science Students

Internships are defined by SRJC as a paid or unpaid work experience directly related to the students' major or certificate program.  SRJC offers an individualized Canvas course, 99i, with an assigned instructor to guide and support students through the internship.

It is the responsibility of the student to secure their own internship position that is directly relates to their major. 

The Internship Coordinator can assist students in finding leads in their chosen major, and will help guide them toward employment resources, such as designing a resume, discussing job leads, and going on the SRJC Job Board, Handshake to schedule and appointment with Kim Kinahan, or fill out this form.     

Once the student has an internship position the will need an add code for their 99i course. To get an add code, please contact the Internship Department by filling out this Form to Request an Add Code 

 

ENROLL IN AN INTERNSHIP COURSE

  • ARE YOU READY FOR AN INTERNSHIP?

    ARE YOU READY FOR AN INTERNSHIP?

    • Have you declared a major and completed at least one semester of college coursework in your major or certificate? 
    • Are you currently enrolled and completed the majority of the courses related to your major?
    • Do you have a targeted career goal?
    • Are you a highly motivated, goal-oriented, self-directed person?
    • If hired, can you provide proof of your eligibility to work in the U.S.?  International Students can work off campus after their first year. 
    • If you do not have a work permit for the United States, you can do volunteer internships to build your experience. 
    • Do you have 5-to-20+ hours per week to devote to an intern position?
    • Do you have any work history related to your major that can go on your resume?  If not, Career Hub staff can help you design a resume. 

    If you answered YES to some of the above questions and want specific information about the Internship courses at SRJC, please fill out this form and write out your questions in comments section. 

    DO YOU NEED HELP FINDING AN INTERNSHIP?

    Are you hoping to take the internship course but you don't currently have an internship? We can help!

     

  • How Many units should I take?

    • Internship courses and can be taken multiple times for a maximum of 16.00 accumulated Work Experience SRJC units. 
    • Internship units apply toward an Associate's Degree (AA/AS) or Certificate from any California Community College (CCC) and are transferable as elective credit to any California State University (CSU).
    • For Internship courses, the amount of hours worked determines the number of units you may enroll in. Use the tables below to determine how many units you can/want to take.

     

    FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS
    Units for Internship   PAID
    Total Semester Hours
      UNPAID
    Total Semester Hours
    1.00   75 hours   60 hours
    2.00   150 hours   120 hours
    3.00   225 hours   180 hours
    4.00   300 hours   240 hours
    5.00   375 hours   300 hours
    6.00   450 hours   360 hours
    7.00   525 hours   420 hours
    8.00   600 hours   480 hours
    SUMMER SESSION
    Units for Internship   PAID
    Total Semester Hours
      UNPAID
    Total Semester Hours
    1.00   75 hours   60 hours
    2.00   150 hours   120 hours
    3.00   225 hours   180 hours
    4.00   300 hours   240 hours
    5.00   375 hours   300 hours

    *This average is based on the weeks classes are in session. Hours accumulated before classes begin can be counted, thereby reducing the average weekly hours required to meet the minimum total hours for the semester. You can not count hours from a previous semester. 

     

  • REQUEST AN ADD CODE FOR YOUR INTERNSHIP 

    HERE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR REQUESTING AN ADD CODE

    To get an add code if you have a position, fill out this form.  If you would like assistance finding an internship, contact the Career Hub at (707) 527-4329 to schedule an appointment with Kim Kinahan, Internship Coordinator, or go through our online job board Handshake. You will be given the appropriate section number and an add code by the Internship Coordinator once you have secured an Internship.

    If you previously met with the Internship Coordinator and did not have an Internship secured at that time but now you do, contact the Internship Coordinator by filling out this form, and she will get back to you via email.   

  • This is a hybrid/online course. You can begin working on assignments in Canvas. Your instructor of record is Kim Kinahan, however, your primary contact for the duration of the course will be your Assigned Instructor who will be in contact with you by the 2nd or 3rd week of class.  The majority of the course is CANVAS, and you will be required to meet with your instructor twice throughout the semester. 

    INTERNSHIP COURSE REQUIREMENTS

    Once you are registered for the course all course content and assignments are located in your Canvas course. The course will open approximately one week before classes begin. 

  • Course Requirements:

    1. Begin by reviewing the modules for the class, including the syllabus

    2. Complete Assignments 1-4, which includes developing 3 learning goals.

    3. Meet with your assigned instructor to review your goals, the class, and your career direction. 

    4. Complete a career activity or seminar

    5. Write a resume, with current employer listed (draft and final version)

    6. Write a student report

    7. Meet with your supervisor and assigned instructor toward the end of the semester to evaluate and discuss your learning goals. 

    8. Keep track of hours worked and submit all work on Canvas.  

 

INTERNSHIP COORDINATOR | KIM KINAHAN

 

 

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