District Summer Internship Program
Township High School District 214 has developed life and career planning programs to meet the learning and developmental needs of all students. These programs exist to provide a broad range of activities aimed at increasing career awareness.
Career learning experiences take on many forms and are intended to help students with their life and career planning. Career Nights, field trips, career treks, and internships give students opportunities to explore and fit themselves into the world beyond the high school classroom.
The Summer Internship Program is available to students who are extremely committed to pursuing a specific career and have the knowledge, skill, dedication and spirit that will be required to engage in a very rigorous and challenging authentic learning experience.
The Summer Internship is a non-paid, two-semester (1.0 credit) course.
Students can earn a letter grade (A=5.0) or take the course Pass/Fail
Attend ONE of the following:
See your Career Advisor for details.
District 214 Career Night (held in the Fall)
Classroom Career Exploration Field Trip
Be available to work 20 hours per week (June 11 – July 24)
Consider your schedule and summer activities before applying.
Summer School Enrollment and Fees ($374 for both semesters)
Internet access for ongoing communication and submitting online daily journals.
Submit a completed application by April 1.
Teacher Recommendation 1
Teacher Recommendation 2
Applications will be reviewed and interview times will be arranged for the second week of April.
Paul Hennig at (847) 718-5426 or email@example.com
Krista Paul at (847) 718-7947 or firstname.lastname@example.org