Internships

Encore’s Academic / Career Arts Internship Opportunities 
Earning the Encore edge includes being able to gain “on the job” style training in one of Encore’s Internship Programs. For high school students grades 10 – 12, students can enter an internship program that can help them understand the inner workings of education careers, counseling / psychology careers, and office careers.

OFFICE INTERNSHIPS – Students that are in grades 10 – 12 can sign up to interview for Encore’s clerical internship program for next school year. This program will give Encore students work experience that can help them secure an entry level clerical position after high school.
● Students will be trained how to work as and office receptionist. After training, students can try their hand at working the main hub on campus as the front desk receptionist. This will help you learn how to answer phones, take messages, and help direct traffic in a busy office. WORK EXPERIENCE: This can help you gain a job as a restaurant host, receptionist, or beginning clerical position in a busy office.
● Students will work in the attendance office to help collect paper attendance from each classroom and then work with compiling non confidential data. WORK EXPERIENCE: This can help you gain a job as a beginning level data collector, receptionist, or beginning clerical position in a busy office. Skills learned here can also help instill management abilities. This job is detail oriented and requires accuracy.

TEACHING INTERNSHIPS – Students that are in grades 10 – 12 can sign up to interview for Encore’s teaching internship program for next school year. This program will five students work experience that can help them get hands on insight into the teaching education world.
● Students will work with data analyst and with the Deans of Academics to help compile reporting in regards to Education standards. This is a good place for people interested in becoming teachers to intern so they can learn about pacing and standards. WORK EXPERIENCE: This can help you gain a job as a beginning level data collector, receptionist, or beginning clerical position in a busy office. Skills learned here can also help instill management abilities.
● Students will work in the main office as a runner, collecting and filling out reports in each classroom regarding state standards covered in each classroom. The information collected from the reporter will be used in District reporting. WORK EXPERIENCE: If you are interested in becoming a teacher or other educator, this position will give you the opportunity to see a variety of teaching methods and give awareness to how to track teaching pacing.
● Students will work in the RTI offices to act as peer tutors for students that are struggling with their academics. Students will be responsible for helping students complete current assignments and work 1 on 1 for remediation for underclassmen. WORK EXPERIENCE: Students that are able to take part as Teen Tutor on campus can build the opportunities to help students tutor after high school. This is a great way for students planning to become educators get their feet wet in the process while helping fellow students with their homework.

COUNSELING INTERNSHIPS – Students will go through a summer training program to prepare to be able to help fellow students in the counseling department. Learn how to help be a better friend and help the campuses build peer groups and programs like “No Child Eats Alone.” WORK EXPERIENCE: Students that are able to take part as a peer mentor get the opportunity to work in the counseling department to get hands on experience and insight into the world of psychology and counseling. Students completing summer boot camp can earn recognition as a peer counselor.