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Occupational Work Experience Internship is designed for the student who has decided a major, has taken classes in his major, and is ready for on-the-job experience.

Check out the infographic, “Internships in 2014, the growth continues,” to see all of the data and trends from our survey of students and employers. - See more at: Internship Trends

How to explore Internship Opportunities on the SRJC Job Board -How To Search Form


  • Have you declared a major and completed one semester of college coursework with a 2.5 or better GPA?
  • Have you completed any coursework in your major or do you have any work history related to your major?
  • Are you currently enrolled in courses related to your major?
  • Do you have a career goal?
  • Are you a highly motivated, goal-oriented, self-directed person?
  • If hired. can you provide proof of your eligibility to work in the US?
  • Do you have 4 to 20 hours per week to devote to an intern position?

If you answered YES to the above questions and want specific information about the Intern Courses at SRJC, please contact the Work Experience Department office. Please call 707-527-4329 to schedule an appointment to meet with the Intern Coordinator, Bev Henningsen. Registration is restricted, so you will need a section number and add code to enroll.


  • Purchase your Intern Handbook from Bookstore at Santa Rosa or Petaluma Campus at the beginning of the semester
  • View Intern Orientation Video online Orientation

    or come pick up a orientation DVD at the Work Experience Office
  • Develop 4 learning objectives identifying new learning on the job
  • Meet with your assigned Intern Instructor and supervisor
  • Complete an Intern Project or attend/complete 4 hours of seminars/activities
  • Write a Student Report (including resume)
  • Keep track of total hours worked for reporting to instructor near end of semester


  • Call and make an appointment with the Intern Coordinator to determine your eligibility to participate in the Internship Program and to talk about available and upcoming internships
  • Please bring a current resume with you to the appointment
  • We are located at 4842 Bertolini Student Center, 3rd Floor, and our phone number is 707.527.4329





Students may develop their own internship and enroll to earn units, or utilize the Intern Program for placement. Through an extensive network of employers ranging from major corporations to government, private sector, and nonprofit agencies, the Intern Program matches students with part-time jobs, both paid and nonpaid, in their chosen field.

Students are prescreened and referred to employers for interviews. Selected students are required to enroll in one to four units of Work Experience. An instructor is assigned to visit the student on the job, review the student's goals and objectives, and serve as a resource throughout the semester.

To list your intern position, you will need to follow ths two-step process:

1. Register as an employer at the SRJC Student Employment Job Board: Student Employment Job Board

Please note, when listing your business also include INTERN EMPLOYER (e.g. ABC Company - Intern Employer).

2. Next, you will be approved as an employer to list positions and will be able to submit internship positions. Please remember to select Internship. Please also note that College Central, our job board partner, sends an automated email to you once you have registered; please check your SPAM folder for these emails.


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