About the CCSC Senior Internship Program
Now in its 11th year, the Senior Internship Program is a defining feature of CCSC and has proven to be immensely successful for our students. In the spring, each of our 12th grade students completes a 100-hour internship experience with one of our partner organizations. Our partners include non-profits, universities, businesses, technology firms, community centers, and other organizations in and around Kendall Square, Cambridge, and Boston. In late May, seniors share their internship experience and work at a public Senior Internship Exhibition Night with CCSC faculty and administrators, the CCSC Board, partner organizations, and members of the local community.
The Senior Internship Program is a hallmark of the CCSC experience that provides all graduates with a meaningful, real-world experience in a professional setting. The internship experience has undoubtedly helped our graduates as they matriculate to colleges across the country. The program also helps to prepare our students for productive citizenship. Participation is a requirement for graduation.
If you know of a local organization that would be willing to consider a student for a meaningful internship in the spring of 2019 or if you would like to be a judge for our Senior Internship Exhibition Night this spring, please contact Devin Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the CCSC Senior Internship Program website.
Schedule & Requirements
- Starting at the beginning of Semester 2, seniors spend every Wednesday at their internship instead of attending regular classes.
- Seniors cannot receive any form of payment for their work.
- Seniors are expected to work a full day each Wednesday for the duration of the program (roughly 14 mandatory Wednesdays) and have the option of working during school vacations.
- Interns must work a minimum of 100 hours over the course of the program.