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You can earn CSU transferable units for working at your part time job
High School Students enrollment fees
The Work Experience courses at Santa Rosa Junior College connect college education to the workplace. Earn college credit and improve your 21st Century Work Skills.
Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of 21st Century Work Skills
General Work Experience (WRKEX 97) courses are for students working at jobs that are not related to their majors or educational goals. Students earn credit and improve employer required 21st century work skills, such as communication, teamwork, and customer service.
Occupational Work Experience (WEOC 99) courses are for students who work at jobs related to their majors or educational goals. Students earn credit and improve employer required 21st century work skills, such as communication, teamwork, and customer service.
Internships (WEOC 99I) courses are for students who are ready for on-the-job application of classroom learning in a work environment. Students must have a declared major and have completed related coursework.
Community Involvement (CI 51, 53 and 54) courses are self-directed and designed to facilitate experiential learning and service to the community.
"Work Experience is a class for people who are serious about improving their Life, Job, and Education."
~Testimonial from Fall 2012 Work Experience Student
STEPS TO ENROLLING IN A WORK EXPERIENCE CLASS
Be employed by a properly licensed business
Enroll in a Work Experience Course and complete the required Employment Information Form
- Purchase a Work Experience Handbook from the Bookstore on the Santa Rosa or Petaluma campus
NEXT STEP AFTER YOU ARE ENROLLED
- Complete the online orientation and orientation credit form
- Your assigned instructor will contact you within the first few weeks of semester by either email, phone or text.