close up of school exterior

Internship Block

This semester project-based program allows students to relate what happens in the work place to their learning in school. The block uses experiential learning in work places to highlight practical ways for students to learn to serve and work with others through their internships. 

Successful students earn two credits, each consisting of 110 hours, by attending school for three days (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday): English (ENG3C, 3U, 4C or 4U) and a mathematics credit (oragreed upon alternative credit). On Tuesdays and Thursdays, students earn two related cooperative education credits, each consists of 110 hours, through their approved Internship (or coop) placement.