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    The Roseville Joint Union High School District supports the preparation of all students for college and career readiness.  The goal of the Career Technical Internship Program is to provide students with the opportunity to explore career options and develop 21st Century employability skills. 

    The internship provides a practical, hands-on work-based learning experience, designed to be an extension of CTE classroom learning. 

    Students who complete two or more years of a CTE pathway may apply for an internship. By becoming a student intern, students can gain valuable work experience, learn 21st Century employability skills, and more! 

    To learn more about becoming a student intern, to get information about the specific internships available, or to ask questions about the internship program, please contact Terri Griffin (tgriffin@rjuhsd.us).

  • Contact:

    Terri Griffin

    Work Based Learning Coordinator








    Testimonials and Review:


    "This internship provided opportunities for me to grow and succeed. Real world training that cannot be found in a school curriculum." - HG. Junior, Granite Bay High School, Intern @ The Growth Factory 


    "I really learned a lot about engineering and myself as a person in the workplace. I've exercised my strengths and learned my weaknesses and became ready to be a contributor in the 21st century workplace. I've learned many new skills in the internship class which I could then apply to my internship and learn to make those skills a habit for when I officially join the workforce after college." - RC. Senior, Antelope High School, Engineering Electric Intern @ Roseville Energy Park