Co-op (Executive Internship) and On Campus Intern (VPS/Peer Counseling) Course Information
Instructor: Jaime Combs / [email protected]
*A reminder to off campus internship students: during your periods of off campus Executive Internship, you are not permitted to be on campus for any reason*
If you want to take Executive Internship (Co-op) courses in 2022-23, you MUST complete the application and upload the documents here: Executive Internship (Co-op) Paperwork 2022-23
See the Executive Internship (Off Campus/Co-op) Syllabus here: Co-op Syllabus 2021-22
On Campus Internship Course Syllabus here: On-Campus Internship Syllabus 2021-22
In Executive Internship/Co-op, students can earn High School credit by working for pay at a business or volunteering for a registered non-profit off-campus on a consistent basis during the school year. Students can take up to four periods of Executive Internship over the course of their high school career. Students who are volunteering for a registered non-profit as their Executive Internship worksite can NOT use any of the volunteer hours they submit to meet the Executive Internship course requirement as volunteer service hours towards the Bright Futures Scholarship.
Students cannot be considered for the off-campus internship without completing Executive Internship packet completely. Please note that the parent signature page must be notarized. Students must either have their own parking pass, walk home, be picked up by a parent, or have a consistent ride with another student arriving on campus/leaving campus at the same time they do each day.
In On-Campus Internship, students can spend a period assisting at a location on Nease’s campus, through the Voluntary Public Service and Peer Counseling courses. Each are a half-credit course that students can take one time over the course of their high school career. Students do not earn any volunteer service hours in VPS/Peer Counseling, as they are earning a grade for the course.
For both Executive Internship/Co-op & On-Campus Internship students, required monthly paperwork is due the last TUESDAY of each month! On-campus interns must turn in a supervisor evaluation form. Executive Internship/Co-op students must turn in a supervisor evaluation form and a copy of paystubs or timesheets which prove he/she worked the minimum required number of hours for the month (5 hours per week, per period of Executive Internship). Forms can be dropped of in the turn-in bin at the Internship Station, located outside the front office, or students can take photos of the completed form and paystubs/timesheets/schedules (if in Co-op) and send them in a direct message to Mrs. Combs via Schoology.
Print off your monthly Supervisor Evaluation Sheet Here:
Executive Internship (co-op) Supervisor Form: Off Campus Supervisor Evaluation Form 2021-2022
V.P.S/On-Campus Internship Supervisor Form:On Campus Supervisor Evaluation Form 2021-2022
New Employer Form for Co-op Students who get a new job: Executive Internship New Employer Form