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Paul Heath Community Education and Fine Arts Center
Appointments also available at the Southeast Education Center in Pittsfield or the Mt. Sterling Education Center in Mt. Sterling.
An internship is an ideal opportunity for a JWCC student to experience a prospective career path and earn college credit. Students can gain practical experience by applying methods and theories learned in the classroom. Exploring is an important part of the academic process and this is one way to develop and refine skills.
Internships can be paid or unpaid and range from 80 – 320 hours on the job. Career Services will help connect you with potential internship opportunities in your area of study.
For more information, please contact Kathleen Rodgers at 217.641.4152 or by email.