Internships

  • Career Experiences & Career Internships

    CCRD is a two year program of study that satisfies the career development graduation requirement upon the completion of the 3 course sequence below.

    • COLLEGE/CAREER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT A/B

      This course helps students plan and set academic and career related goals and plan what their next step is after high school. Students will assess their interests and abilities, explore the world of work and identify career pathways that match. Students develop self-awareness, career awareness, financial literacy, communication and indispensable work-related knowledge and skill sets. Job seeking skills and workplace readiness skills are developed and practiced. A variety of career and interest assessments, as well as portfolio development, demonstrating workplace and academic readiness, prepare students for college and careers.
      Course Number: 8092/8093
      Grade Level: 11

    • CAREER SEMINAR A/B

      Taken concurrently with Site-Based Work Experience, students will apply knowledge learned in CCRD to the practical experience of their site-based learning placement. This course teaches how to effectively manage career and educational choices through incorporating employment, education and training goals. It builds financial literacy skills and integrates the Maryland’s Skills for Success competencies. Students complete a career portfolio that demonstrates proficiencies in workplace readiness, personal financial management, and personal growth and development, and employment experiences.
      Course Number: 8065/8066
      Grade Level: 12
      Prerequisite: College/Career Research and Development A/B (8092/8093)
      Corequisite: Site Based Work Experience A/B (5441/5442)

    • SITE-BASED WORK EXPERIENCE A/B Double Pd

      Students participate in a site-based experience in conjunction with the career seminar class. Students work directly with industry professionals in a career of interest, while refining career goals and postsecondary plans. The SBWE teacher completes on-site work evaluations and assists students with work related issues. Student work sites must be approved and supervised by the teacher. To earn credit for a double period, students are required to have a minimum of 135 hours of work experience per semester.
      Course Number: 5441/5442
      Grade Level: 12
      Prerequisite: College/Career Research and Development A/B (8092/8093)
      Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in College/Career Seminar class is required. Students must successfully complete the seminar class to receive site-based credit.

  • DESIGNATED HITTER

    Course Number: 7813/7816
    Grade Levels: 11-12

  • EXECUTIVE HIGH SCHOOL INTERNSHIP (Honors credit)

    Course Number: 8041/8042

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