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Employers, Find out how our students can help you!
Greetings and thank you for your interest in our internship program!  We have a number of passionate and talented students studying the electronics fields who are looking for additional hands-on experiences and the opportunity to grow with a company. The information below will provide you with some of the basic information about our internship program.  Our internship course is one of the last classes scheduled prior to graduation.  Students are expected to obtain a position that will utilize the knowledge and skills that they have obtained during their time at Austin Community College in conjunction with any industry work experience they may have.

Benefits to the Employer:
An internship is a pre-professional work experience that provides students the opportunity to gain experience in the industry; while also allowing the company to participate in the educational process for the students.  Further, an internship program is a year-round recruiting tool, allowing employers to benefit from added manpower, while more accurately assessing potential candidates.  Our Internship Program is a comprehensive management and skills mastery program that serves as the capstone for the programs under the electronic fields here at Austin Community College.

Learning Objectives:
Compare and contrast industry working environments to develop engagement strategies within an ever increasing diverse workforce. Conduct a self-evaluation of personal learning and practicum experience and develop and individual learning plan. Critically analyze the roles and responsibilities of all personal within the work based learning environment.

Develop a presentation to give a holistic analysis of the student’s progression and achievement.

Student Requirements:
Completed at least 75% of their program credit hours prior to enrolling in the internship course. Upon request, we are able to provide the employer with the degree plan.

-Complete Internship Application Form.

-Maintain all paperwork and records.

-Complete final presentation.

-Provide employer survey.

Employer Obligations:
Provide a meaningful and professional experience. Provide student with opportunities to shadow and/or activities or projects that the location deems as valuable experience. The student will be placed in an appropriate employment situation which provides an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills acquired during collegiate training.

The employment arrangement should be mutually beneficial to both parties. It is expected that the intern will receive sufficient training in order to adjust rapidly and become a productive employee.

Provide student with one-on-one mentoring experience with a member of management within the location.

Complete satisfaction survey that is provided by ACC.

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