Work-based learning experiences like internships offer you the opportunity to learn alongside professionals as you develop valuable skills and connections to prepare you for your transition into the workforce.
Student & Employer Benefits
Internships are wonderful opportunities that prove time and time again to be important learning experiences for students and highly impactful investments for employers.
Benefits of Student Internships
- Gain real-world experience
- Expand skills and knowledge
- Network and increase your hiring opportunities
Internships in Your Program
Many programs at NTC offer work based learning experiences. Depending on your program, a work based learning experience may include an internship to help you connect the classroom to the workplace. These experiences offer you the opportunity to learn alongside professionals as you develop valuable skills and connections to prepare you for your transition into the workforce.
These programs require students to complete an internship for credit. For more information or to get started with a work-based learning experience, contact one of your instructors.
Programs That Require a Work-Based Learning Experience
- Administrative Professional
- Business Management
- Crop Production
- Culinary Arts
- Dairy Science
- Early Childhood Education
- Health Care Business Services
- Health Navigator
- Human Services
- Supply Chain Management
- Veterinary Science
Programs That Have an Optional Internship
- Mechanical Design Engineering Technology
- IT: Computer Support Specialist
- IT: Network Specialist
- Substance Use Disorder Counselor
Note: The School of Engineering and Technology and the School of Advanced Manufacturing and Transportation have opportunities to complete an internship as elective credit. For more information, please contact Dina Kilinski at 715.803.1190 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Dina Kilinski if you are interested in an internship but have questions about how it works for you.