Spring Internship Job Shadow Program

Spring Job Shadow Program InternsPlease join us in welcoming our new class of interns into our Student Internship Job-Shadow Program for the spring 2016 semester! The Internship Job-Shadow Program, provides an opportunity for Skyline College students to receive training and exposure in real-world business environments and soft skills training. The program is supported by the Global Learning Programs & Services Division (GLPS) and is hosted by the Bay Area Entrepreneur Center.   Through our job-shadow program, students are exposed to skills training, professional development and professional networking opportunities. Our interns are also eligible to receive up to three units of college credit through the Cooperative Education Program.

Student participants receive an assessment determining specific areas of interest and skill level and are trained on a range of interpersonal/essential business skills, and soft-skills.  Via the Internship Job Shadow program students are exposed to valuable experiences such as:

  • Networking events
  • Special Topic Seminars
  • Job Training Workshops
  • Trade Conferences
  • International Delegation Events and Meetings
  • Campus events
  • In-bound Trade Missions
  • And more!

The Student Internship Job-Shadow Program provides opportunities each academic semester to all Skyline College students regardless of their field of study.  We congratulate our new class of interns and welcome them to the team!

The Internship Job Shadow Program is made possible with funding from the President’s Innovation Fund.

Article by Pcyeta Stroud | Photo by Alex Kramer