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New Roots Internships - Boxy Bikes

on Wed, 08/05/2015 - 14:36

Internships benefit New Roots students and the community alike. Students can earn an elective credit while exploring career options, developing practical life skills and applying academic knowledge. Featured in this video are students paired with a local business, Boxy Bikes, where they are provided mentoring and hands-on learning!    

A vital dimension of New Roots Charter School is our connection with our community.

New Roots students engage in field studies and community service projects, internships and apprenticeships, and community-based capstone projects. Our Tuesday and Thursday schedules have been designed with the block scheduling and flexibility that allows teachers ample opportunity to schedule labs and activities in the field. A diverse group of community partners provide New Roots students with extensive internship and community service opportunities.

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New Roots Charter School Student Internships 

Internships benefit New Roots students and the community alike. Students can earn an elective credit while exploring career options, developing practical life skills and applying academic knowledge. 

How does it work? 

Students are paired with a local business or organization that provides a mentor and opportunities for hands-on learning!    

Interested students, businesses or organizations click on the links below, fill out and submit the appropriate form and we will contact you to establish an internship.    

Organization Internship Application

The Internship & Service Learning Class at New Roots Charter School supports students as they explore possible careers, build character and a sense of responsibility within our community. Students explore their interests by researching possible internships, writing their resume and cover letter, officially requesting an internship, interviewing and then engaging in the most professional manor possible in their internship. 

 
Internships benefit New Roots students and the community alike.