The following programs offer student internships for college credit, and have program-specific requirements.

Climate & Energy Control Technologies, AAS

Machining Technology, AAS

Students are responsible for locating Internship opportunities, with the assistance of faculty and Career Services.   Once an internship opportunity is identified the student is responsible for having the “Internship Agreement” & “Occupational Experience Agreement” completed and returned to WATC’s Career Services Office.  Once both forms are complete by both the employer and the student, the student may enroll in the Internship course. Once the Internship begins, Employers submit “Student Evaluation Forms”, following every 75 hours of the occupational experience.   Once the Internship is complete, the Employer submits a “Final Report of Hours and Wages” form.   All forms are reviewed and the Program Director and/or the Career Service Director submit a final Internship grade (“S” or “I”).

Internship Agreement Form

Benefits of Doing an Internship

Internship Communication Plan