Internships and Work Study

Internships, Work Based Learning, and Apprenticeships provide students with a window to their future. These opportunities actively engage the student with business partners and community organizations in valuable work experiences, building both technical and professional workplace skills.

"Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing."

-Theodore Roosevelt

Youth Apprenticeship

  • 450 hours

  • 4 credits possible (completer)

  • Can lead to employment opportunities for the apprentice

  • Paid experience

  • Approved by the Maryland Department of Labor

  • Related Coursework: Determined by the needs of the employer and the specific career field

Work Based Learning

  • 270 hours per semester

  • 2 credits each semester

  • Can lead to an entry level job/career

  • Paid experience

  • Approved by AACPS Internship Facilitators

  • Related Coursework: Completed program at CAT North

Internship

  • 135 hours (minimum)

  • 1 -2 credits possible

  • Can lead to valuable, resume worthy experience for the intern

  • Paid or Unpaid experience

  • Approved by AACPS Internship Facilitators

  • Related Coursework:
    Student selected based on targeted skills, career interest and goals

For more information

picture of Thomas Dickinson the internship facilitator

Mr. Thomas Dickinson

tdickinson@aacps.org

Internship Facilitator

CAT-N, CAT-S, OMHS