FIVE CMC STUDENTS FINISH LOCAL INTERNSHIPS

FIVE CMC STUDENTS FINISH LOCAL INTERNSHIPS

The Copper Mountain College Community Partners program is seeing success with five more interns completing. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has the kudos…
Some five Copper Mountain College students recently completed the 100-hour Community Partners Internship Program. Sarah Gardiner and Darin Sandin interned at Parrten Products; Dustin Freeman spent his 100 hours at the San Bernardino County Public Defenders Office; John Davis interned at Hi-Desert Water District, and Nicholas Monroe spent his time with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. The five interns will be awarded an Amazon Kindle Fire thanks to the CMC Foundation. The students benefit from these experiences in many ways including participation in a resume and career workshop, from on-the-job-training; from the entry on their university applications and resumes; and finally, the internships offer networking and job opportunities.

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