The Information Technology Capstone Program partners with Computer Science Departments at local Colleges and Universities to offer students an unpaid temporary work experience that will also satisfy a portion of their academic credits required for graduation. This program provides students the opportunity to apply practical experience through the knowledge and skills acquired in their courses to specific real world issues or problems. Students are assigned to a Division mentor and are expected to spend up to 45 hours working on assigned task or projects. At the end of the program students are required to demonstrate their achievement gained through being mentored and are presented with a Certificate of Completion that can be a great addition to their career portfolio.
The Information Technology Internship Program is a twelve week unpaid temporary work experience designed to provide students practical experience through the knowledge and skills acquired in their courses to specific real world issues or problems. Students gain valuable on the job experience by working with an assigned division mentor, team members and customers, troubleshooting technical issues, and participating in team meetings designed to educate and inform. This truly unique twelve week program allows participants to understand what it feels like to work in the Information Technology field.
To learn more about The Capstone and Career Development Programs contact:
Carlene Cidel, Project Coordinator Cidelc@stlucieco.org