The Internship Job Shadow Program wrapped up the fall semester with their first-ever mock mixer for their End-of-the-Year Celebration.  The student mixer was held on Thursday, December 5, at the Bay Area Entrepreneur Center (BAEC). The cohort of student interns were all recognized for their work and accomplishments, and they had the opportunity to experience the art of networking with other Skyline College students, administrators, faculty, staff and members of the community.

This semester’s fall cohort consisted of nine student interns who shadowed under different programs (job shadow sites) throughout the campus and off-site at the BAEC. Throughout this Job Shadow, students learned industry-related skills and provided solutions to improve different aspects in their program area.

The Internship Job Shadow Program is actively seeking students looking to contribute to a team, build their resume and enhance their soft skills for the spring 2020 cohort. It will allow students to experience hands-on learning in a professional environment based on their career and educational interests.

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Applications are open until Monday, January 20, 2020, at 12:00 p.m.  Please share with you students and divisions.  This is an unpaid internship experience.

Article and photo by Sam Panganiban

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