Rock Internship Program

[NOTE: The application period for the summer 2022 program has closed.]

The purpose of the summer Rock Internship Program is to accelerate personal, as well as professional, skills development and career-related exposure for rising High School Seniors. This structured, earn-and-learn (paid internship @ $13 per hour) model will provide students with a meaningful, career pathway experience that will serve as a foundational element of their Academic & Career Plan (ACP); thereby, positioning students for future academic and workplace success. As such, students will gain: valuable interviewing, job searching and resume building experience; direct, career exposure at a worksite; opportunities to develop or improve communication, critical thinking, leadership and teamwork skills; and important networking connections. These internship placements are competitive, and determined by a combination of factors, including but not limited to: match-making / compatibility with student ACP's and the types of available internships. For a recap of the 2019 program, click here

The summer 2022 Rock Internship Program will last for a total of six weeks (i.e. up to 30 hours per week), beginning on June 10th with a Signing and Orientation Day. Then on June 13th, students will report to their designated worksites. Additional activities will take place at BTC's Central Campus, as well. The last day of the program will be July 29th. Download a copy of the Student flyer here; or download a copy of the Employer flyer here.

The Rock Internship Program is a collaborative talent development offering supported by participating employers, Blackhawk Technical CollegeRock County 5.0 and the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.

Participating Employers

Student Participation & Eligibility Requirements

  • Students must be at least 16 years and a resident of Rock County, WI, by the Signing and Orientation Day; and be eligible to work in the U.S. and Rock County, WI.
  • Students must be entering their senior year of High School, as identified and/or recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Instruction or an accredited education organization.
  • Students must have parental and/or legal guardian consent and be able to document said consent, by the Signing and Orientation Day.
  • Students must have reliable transportation, ensuring full access and participation as it relates to every program obligation outlined with this manual and the Internship Program Participation Agreement.
  • Students must have an active ACP; be making progress toward fulfilling and/or meeting district-specific ACP requirements; and there must be alignment with the identified internship and the ACP (NOTE: To access and download your ACP, see pages 13-15 of the Rock Internship Student Manual).
  • Students must apply online [NOTE: The application period has closed for the 2022 program] and submit a completed application (e.g. including one Letter of Reference from an existing district staff or faculty member and an electronic version of of their ACP) by no later than April 27, 2022.

Internships Available

Aviation (SW Regional Airport)

Aviation (SW Reginal Airport)

The following provides a summary of the responsibilities generally associated with this intern position. Pleas note, these  items are subject to change: learn and observe what it takes to operate and maintain a large, general aviation airport, assist the airport maintenance staff where needed, work under direct supervision, become familiar with airport markings, signage, lighting, wildlife control methods and rules that mandate each area. Additional tasks may also include: painting airfield markings, making concrete repairs, mowing, general maintenance of buildings and T-hangars, inventory and general clean-up of equipment. The majority of work time will be spent on airport property.

Ag, Food & Natural Resources (Landscape Crew)

Ag, Food & Natural Resources (Formecology Landscape Crew)

The Formecology crewmember will report to the crew lead/foreman. The primary function of the crewmember will be to complete landscape installation and maintenance tasks including installing plant and stone material and maintenance related tasks. Our office is located in Evansville, but most of our work is in the Madison/Dane county area. A typical full-time schedule is Monday-Thursday, starting at 7 AM.

 

Architecture & Engineering (Civil Engineering)

Architecture & Engineering (Batterman Civil Engineering Intern)

As a part of our growing civil engineering team, you will assist in the design and construction management of various transportation, land/site development, infrastructure, and facility improvement projects. We provide a supportive work atmosphere, where you will be mentored by respected leaders in the Civil Engineering/Surveying Profession.  

Project opportunities may range from interstate reconstruction field inspection, along the I-39 corridor to local government infrastructure (e.g. Town, City and County) and private sector redevelopment design or field inspection. Examples of duties you may be performing include:

  • Provide assistance to the Project Manager for Construction projects, including maintaining project records and documentation
  • Provide assistance on design projects including plan preparation, data collection, report writing and design field review
  • Provide assistance on traditional construction layout projects and stake-less paving operations
  • Provide assistance in the inspection of highway culverts and local road reconditioning/reconstruction
  • Provide assistance in the inspection of private sector development

Business Management & Administration (Admin. & Accounting)

Business Management & Administration (BTC Admin. & Accounting Intern)

The candidate chosen for this internship will gain exposure in the following areas/duties of the Accounting Department at Blackhawk Technical College:

  • Account reconciliations
  • Entering journal entries into our accounting software
  • Entering, taking inventory and fiscal year end reconciliations of fixed assets
  • Daily and monthly bank reconciliations
  • Accounts payable processing
  • Accounts receivable (entering of contracts, invoice preparation and collection of payments from third party accounts)
  • Process daily deposits
  • Payroll processing
  • Quarterly payroll tax preparation
  • Benefits billing
  • Working with the Purchasing department
  • Reconciling P-cards
  • Auditing expense reports
  • Reconciling daily cashiering sessions
  • Filing

 

Business Management & Administration (Data Analytics / Reporting)

Business Management & Administration (BTC Data Analytics / Reporting Intern)

The candidate chosen for this internship will be responsible for assisting in data reporting and data validation, as well as ad-hoc data requests to support business decisions at Blackhawk Technical College.

Responsibilities:

  • Assisting in data reporting, data validation at Blackhawk Technical College.
  • Work collaboratively with all staff to improve College data and standardized data.
  • Assisting the preparation of state, federal and other agency reports and data requests, according to requirements (e.g. Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System)
  • Assist in the Completion of ad-hoc data requests from internal and external requestors.
  • Work with large complex data sets, including exporting/importing from various sources, cleaning data files and maintaining historical records.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  1. Excellent oral and written communication skills, with ability to explain complex technical concepts in business terms for non-technical users.
  2. Excellent organizational and analytical skills.
  3. Strong documentation skills.
  4. Ability to thrive within a team environment.

Business Management & Administration (Human Resources - Financial Services)

Business Management & Administration (Blackhawk Bank Human Resources Intern)

As a member of Blackhawk Bank's human resources team, the intern will provide an array of team member support and assistance. In doing so, the intern will gain first-hand knowledge and related experience as it relates to the financial services industry. 

Business Management & Administration (Human Resources)

Business Management & Administration (Prent Human Resources Intern)

As a member of the Prent Human Resources Team, the intern will gain first-hand knowledge to a variety of HR disciplines. The intern will gain exposure and experience related to personnel file management, recruitment support, safety program management, service awards, and other duties/projects as assigned.

 

Construction

Construction (Junior Craftsman / Youth Laborer)

SUMMARY  

Under the direction of the General Superintendent of Trades, the Junior Craftsman / Youth Laborer assists crewmembers in accordance with company policies and procedures. This position requires the candidate to have the ability and willingness to travel to-and-from various CCI project locations.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned) :

  • Assist Carpenters with clean up.
  • Assist Superintendent with job site clean up.
  • Assist Carpenters with specific tasks being performed.
  • Keep project site clean and appearance professional daily.
  • Ensure vehicle and equipment is cleaned and maintained as it is used.
  • Maintains equipment and tools in good condition with all safety guards and features in place when in operation.
  • Utilizes tools & equipment trained to operate and requests training when needed.
  • Ensure proper signing in/out procedures is completed as equipment/material is used.
  • Use, maintain, and inspect safety equipment and personal protective equipment prior to use.
  • Performs tasks safely and doesn’t attempt to complete without the proper training.
  • Knows location of first aid kit, fire extinguisher, MSDS, egress routes and emergency information when reporting to jobsite.
  • Attend and participate in all required safety trainings and toolbox talks.
  • Project a positive image (appearance, language, behavior) at all times with customers, vendors, subcontractors, visitors and fellow associates.
  • Motivate fellow associates to achieve desirable production rates and set the standard for quality work.

Education (Early Childhood & Camp Counselor)

Education (Early Childhood & Camp Counselor)

This intern position will support the work of the YMCA Northern Rock County, which is a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.  

The responsibilities of this position will likely include: 

  • Supervise assigned children and all areas of program utilization. Closely monitor arrivals, departures and absences of all participants.
  • Implement appropriate lesson plans that utilize, but not limited to, the following areas: values, storytelling, games, drama, arts and crafts, singing, multi-cultural activities and sports/fitness.  
  • Ensure sufficient staff-to-participant ratios for assigned programs. 
  • Maintain documentation, participant records, and uphold program policies and practices in compliance with state licensing requirements.
  • Maintain good public relations and open communication with parents and off-site facility personnel.
  • Ensure safety and cleanliness of all equipment and facilities utilized by programs. 

Education & Human Services

Education & Human Services Navigator

The candidate chosen for this internship will support BTC's Recruitment, Welcome Center, and Student Services Division. In addition, the intern will also provide support to BTC's CARE Center - which helps connect and direct students to various on-campus academic / career and other related human services and resources.

The Intern will likely perform the following functions:

  • Providing quality customer service over the phone and in person with BTC faculty, staff, students, and guests of the College.
  • Greet new and returning students at campus events, such as Advising, Registration, Orientation events
  • Provide a campus tour.
  • Rotate through learning sessions with each Student Services department.
  • Learn how to answer basic questions about the College, programs, and functions of the Student Services division.
  • Working collaboratively as a member of the CARE Center team.
  • Helping to update and organize campus and community resource information.
  • Planning and facilitating a summer Student Cupboard drive.
  • Designing, organizing, and updating CARE Center bulletin boards.
  • Planning event(s) for summer and fall.
  • Helping develop materials, such as handbook and training for student employees.

Finance (Commercial/Retail Client Service Specialist)

Finance (Johnson Financial Group Commercial/Retail Client Service Specialist Intern)

At Johnson Financial Group, you’ll experience a welcoming culture unlike any other that inspires, challenges, and empowers our team to give their best at work and in the communities where they live. As a member of Johnson Financial Group’s team, the intern will provide support and assistance to Clients and Relationship Manager’s alike. The intern will perform data entry, data collection, analysis reporting, inter-departmental engagement/support and all other duties as assigned.  In doing so, the intern will gain first-hand knowledge and related experience as it pertains to Johnson Financial Group’s customer expectation standards and policies/procedures. The Intern should possess key qualifications, such as: excellent communication, computer skills and confidentiality.

 

Fire & Emergency Services (Town FD)

Fire & Emergency Services (Town of Beloit Fire Department Intern)

The Town of Beloit Fire Department is offering an internship for a firefighter career exploration and immersion experience. This internship will immerse the candidate into the daily emergency operations for the fire department and emergency medical services. 

This includes: observatory response to emergency incidents; daily equipment checks; maintenance; skills training; and special project work assigned by the Fire Chief or designee. 

Candidates will be exposed to the work, weather, and potentially hazardous conditions. A uniform is required. Desirable candidates should have a strong interest in pursuing the fire service as a career.

Health Sciences (Administration)

Health Sciences (Administration)

JOB SUMMARY

Beloit Health System interns develop their talent through experiential learning, formal training, and interacting with industry professionals who serve as mentors. Interns learn about the inner workings of the health organization, gain broader perspective on the health field and career options through internship placement, networking events, site tours, and career exploration experiences.  Beloit Health System interns have the opportunity to learn the importance of ethics and confidentiality, professional behavior and appearance, proper patient interaction - including age-specific competencies, infection control, fire safety and security.

As a Beloit Health System intern, you will play an integral role in caring for our community. Our goal is to ensure that your intern experience is as rewarding for you as it is beneficial for our patients, families, visitors and caregivers.

 

JOB DUTIES

  • Assist senior executives with day-to-day business operations and administrative support
  • Attend various meetings as assigned and take meeting minutes as needed
  • Complete a rotation throughout various departments
  • Share experience with weekly report outs
  • Work with leadership on special projects and other duties as assigned
  • Work to positively impact the patient care experience by greeting and assisting patients, families and guests throughout the Beloit Health System Campus

Health Sciences (Biomedical Engineering)

Health Sciences (Biomedical Engineering)

 

Health Sciences (Cardiology)

Health Sciences (Cardiology)


JOB SUMMARY

Beloit Health System interns develop their talent through experiential learning, formal training, and interacting with industry professionals who serve as mentors. Interns learn about the inner workings of the health organization, gain broader perspective on the health field and career options through internship placement, networking events, site tours, and career exploration experiences.  Beloit Health System interns have the opportunity to learn the importance of ethics and confidentiality, professional behavior and appearance, proper patient interaction - including age-specific competencies, infection control, fire safety and security.

As a Beloit Health System intern, you will play an integral role in caring for our community. Our goal is to ensure that your intern experience is as rewarding for you as it is beneficial for our patients, families, visitors and caregivers.

 

JOB DUTIES

  • Work to positively impact the patient care experience by greeting and assisting patients, families and guests throughout the Beloit Health System Campus
  • Assist leadership with day-to-day business operations and administrative support
  • Clean and tidy rooms after each patient encounter and ensure rooms are adequately stocked
  • Work with Cardiology leadership on special projects and other duties as assigned
  • Rotate through various departments to assist with other duties as assigned

Health Sciences (Environmental & Public Health)

Health Sciences (Rock County Environmental & Public Health Intern)

The Environmental Public Health Intern will be responsible for assisting Rock County Environmental Health staff. Primary responsibilities will be beach, lake, river and stream monitoring to evaluate water quality concerns; conducting a mosquito surveillance monitoring program to assist in evaluating potential vector-borne diseases in the community; and assisting with groundwater monitoring.  The intern would be expected to be able to perform general field collection of samples in a variety of outdoor conditions.  The intern may also provide support to specific public health programs, by presenting materials at health fairs and/or community events.  The internship will also obtain exposure to a large variety of public health roles through job shadowing of sanitarians, health educators, public health nurses, and other public health professionals.  Services are performed under the general supervision of the Environmental Health Director and in partnership with Environmental Health Specialists. However much of the intern’s duties will be conducted independently, in accordance with general instructions and departmental regulations. 

 

 

 

Health Sciences (Lab Assistant)

Health Sciences (Lab Assistant)

JOB SUMMARY

The Laboratory Student Assistant is responsible for assigned tasks, assist with the processing of supplies, maintenance and transportation of supplies and specimen samples and for housekeeping duties in the Laboratory.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides activities as assigned and per routine, according to standards of care, shift routines, and policies and procedures.
  • Answers the pneumatic tube system in a timely manner.
  • Assists with transport of specimens from receiving to testing areas. Performs specimen processing.
  •  Maintains a clean work environment.
  • Maintains supplies, including stocking and ordering new supplies and disposing of expired or damaged supplies.
  • Participates in department quality improvement activities.

Health Sciences (Nursing)

Health Sciences (Nursing - Inpatient Unit)
JOB SUMMARY

The inpatient unit student assistant is responsible for assigned tasks, assist with the unit with stocking, answering call lights, patient sitting, answering phones, and other duties as assigned.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides activities as assigned and pr routine, according to standards of care, shift routines, and policies and procedures.
  • Answers call lights in a timely manner.
  • Assists with the transport of patients to other units or upon discharge.
  • Maintains a clean work and patient environment.
  • Floats to various inpatient units or the ED, based upon identified patient care needs.
  • Participates in department or unit performance improvement activities.
  • Maintains supplies, stocking, disposing of expired or damaged supplies.

Health Sciences (Operations / Supply Chain)

Health Sciences (Operations / Supply Chain)


JOB SUMMARY

Beloit Health System interns develop their talent through experiential learning, formal training, and interacting with industry professionals who serve as mentors. Interns learn about the inner workings of the health organization, gain broader perspective on the health field and career options through internship placement, networking events, site tours, and career exploration experiences.  Beloit Health System interns have the opportunity to learn the importance of ethics and confidentiality, professional behavior and appearance, proper patient interaction - including age-specific competencies, infection control, fire safety and security.

As a Beloit Health System intern, you will play an integral role in caring for our community. Our goal is to ensure that your intern experience is as rewarding for you as it is beneficial for our patients, families, visitors and caregivers.

 

JOB DUTIES

  • Collaborate and assist in day-to-day activities to support team members and assist leadership with day-to-day operations
  • Rotate through various departments to learn about healthcare operations such as supply chain, materials management, etc. and assist with duties as assigned
  • Work with leadership on special projects and other duties as assigned
  • Work to positively impact the patient care experience by greeting and assisting patients, families and guests throughout the Beloit Health System Campus

Health Sciences (Perioperative Services)

Health Sciences (Perioperative Services - Two Internship Positions)

JOB SUMMARY

The Peri-op Student Assistant is responsible for assigned tasks, assist with the processing of supplies, maintenance and transportation of equipment/supplies and for housekeeping duties in the O.R. Suite and all of the Perioperative departments.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides activities as assigned and per routine, according to standards of care, shift routines, and policies and procedures.
  • Answers call lights in a timely manner.
  • Assist with transport of patients from inpatient. procedural or emergency department.
  • Report activities provided according to standards.
  • Maintains a clean work and patient environment.
  • Maintains supplies, including stocking and ordering new supplies and disposing of expired or damaged supplies.
  • Floats to various units based on identified needs.
  • Participates in department or unit quality improvement activities.

Health Sciences (Radiology)

Health Sciences (Radiology)

POSITION TITLE: Radiology Intern

Summer interns will have a combination of experiences from working as a Radiology Aide, to Reception, to job shadowing members of the Radiology team as well as working on special projects.

 

JOB SUMMARY      

Escorts or transports patients within hospital or other medical facility by performing the following duties.  Assists with patient exams as requested by technologist, nurse, and physician. May be asked to flex hours/shifts as needed to support the needs of the dept.

Information Technology

Information Technology (BTC I.T. Intern)

The candidate chosen for this internship will gain exposure in the following areas/duties of the I.T. Department at Blackhawk Technical College:

  • Assist with computer updates including preparing aged equipment for recycle/disposal and deploying new equipment.
  • Assist with computer asset recordkeeping including maintaining logs of equipment relocation, disposal, and deployment.
  • Assist with organization and maintenance of information technology inventory and supplies storage.
  • Assist with classroom projection system testing and battery/device replacement as needed.
  • Assist help desk technicians as needed.
  • Other duties as may be assigned.

 

Manufacturing (Industrial Maintenance)

Manufacturing (Frito Lay Industrial Maintenance Intern)

The Frito Lay Manufacturing Maintenance Development Program is designed to build a pipeline of skilled technical talent for future, full-time employment. This portion of the program provides an introduction into the skilled trades, technical thinking, and hands-on experiences. The intent is to provide an opportunity to explore the career of an industrial maintenance mechanic, specifically within a food processing environment.

Qualifications:

Interns must possess the following qualifications or attributes to be considered for this program:

•       Reliable and consistent attendance

•       Positive attitude

•       Willing to work with others

•       Ability to follow directions

•       Possess basic mechanical experience (working on car, shop, farm, etc.)

 

Manufacturing (Mechanical Assembler)

Manufacturing (Mechanical Assemblers)

These intern positions will primarily be responsible for assembling ANGI Energy's compressor stations, dispensers, and other CNG equipment. The components assembled include: compressors, electric motors, engines, piping, tubing, filters, coolers, fans, enclosures, grating, safety relief valves, and manual and actuated ball valves. Interns will follow engineering drawings; work order information; manufacturing procedures; work instructions; and other written and verbal specifications, if applicable.

To be considered for these intern positions, candidates should possess the following behaviors and experience:

  • Reliable and consistent attendance
  • Positive attitude
  • Willingness to work with others
  • Ability to follow directions
  • Possess basic mechanical experience (working on car, shop, farm, etc.)

Marketing (Chamber & Community Events)

Marketing (FJI Communications, Development & Special Events Intern)

The individual selected for this internship will spend time with each member of the Forward Janesville team, with a primary focus on learning about and facilitating community development projects; developing and managing special events; and various related marketing activities. This will be an extremely hands-off internship - where communication, collaboration, creativity, independence and time management skills will be critically important. Plus, there will be plenty of networking opportunities with area business and community representatives.  

Marketing

Marketing (KANDU)

Intern Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Support the marketing team in daily administrative tasks.
  • Assist in the development of traditional and digital marketing tactics to support campaign initiatives.
  • Coordinate activities associated with a new website build.
  • Assist in the planning and execution of fundraising campaigns and events.
  • Coordinate various marketing fulfillment duties including newsletters, direct mail, advertising, social media posts, presentations, and other sales literature.
  • Update and maintain marketing/fund development CRM system.
  • Coordinate and assist with public relations programs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Marketing & Communications

Marketing & Communications

The candidate chosen for this internship will be responsible for assisting the Blackhawk Marketing & Communications Team with sharing the Blackhawk story in strategic, innovative, authentic and creative ways.

As a marketing intern, you will help the team with the following:

  • Design and Print Projects
  • Website Updates
  • Photos and Videos
  • News and Storytelling
  • Media Relations
  • Event Promotion
  • Social Media

Marketing & Social Media

Marketing & Social Media (Advantage/Amwood Homes)

The Marketing and Social Media Intern will help build and elevate our marketing process to establish sustainable systems for growth. They will work directly with the Marketing Manager to learn the many aspects of marketing and social media within our organization. They will directly experience working in the new “normal” of work environments, collaborating and learning with peers in person and remotely.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Design and effectively brand various brochures, flyers, and documents
  • Support the updates of company websites and platforms as needed
  • Effectively prepare and publish promotional material for company events
  • Assist with various graphic design needs and projects
  • Develop tools and methods for collecting data such as surveys, opinion polls, or questionnaires
  • Collecting and analyzing data to identify consumer trends
  • Measuring consumer satisfaction with products or services
  • Monitoring and managing the company’s social media platforms, adjusting outreach tactics as needed

Employer Participation & Eligibility Requirements

  • Employers must allow individuals under the age of 18 years old into their place of business, as it concerns job shadowing and employment activities. Well supervised interns will not present a problem, provided they are not assigned to “hazardous” duties, as defined by OSHA standards. Additionally, employers must agree to consult with their insurance agents (in advance) to ensure they fully acknowledge and understand how workers compensation coverage and related liability issues will be addressed within the context of the Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Board (SWWDB) serving as the Employer of Record for this program. For more info, see visit these links: WI Guide to Implementing Career-Based Learning Experiences and Guide to WI's Employment of Minors Law.
  • Employers must agree to cover at least 50% of their financial, as well as technical, support for this program - at $1,750.00 per intern. The remaining 50% of the program's cost will be covered by grant funding procured from the County of Rock.
  • Employers must be in good standing; and in compliance with all applicable local, state and/or federal workplace rules and regulations.
  • Employers must have an established and documented safety plan.
  • Employers must possess a corporate culture that values professional growth and development.
  • Employers must have the organizational capacity to serve as an intern worksite, as demonstrated by past / current earn-and-learn participation and/or other related experiential learning activities (e.g. internships, apprenticeships, job shadowing, mentoring, etc.).
  • Employers must offer a comprehensive, holistic internship experience that extends beyond a specific subject or core competency. For examples, an intern working for a metal fabrication business should be exposed to more than the company’s welding and fabrication operations.
  • Employers must assign a primary contact as the intern worksite supervisor and also provide a secondary or back-up intern contact. The worksite supervisor must participate in the intern interview process; as well as attend the Signing and Orientation Day, and the Graduation Day, events.
  • Employers must agree to work collaboratively and communicate frequently with the Internship Coordinator throughout the Rock Internship Program. This engagement includes, but is not limited to: intern selection and onboarding activities; onsite visits; weekly phone/email communications and related follow-ups; reviewing and signing time sheets, etc.
  • Employers must agree to, if requested, permit the Internship Coordinator to perform a criminal background check to authentic the character of the intern worksite supervisor.
  • Employers must agree to strictly adhere, as well as enforce, the program’s guidelines.

 

Internship Calendar & Work Schedule

[NOTE: Dates are subject to change]

  • April 27, 2022: Intern applications are due.
  • May 9 - May 20, 2022: Onsite (school) district intern interviews; employer and intern interviews. Specific dates and times TBA.
  • May 23 - June 2, 2022: Internship placement confirmations
  • June 10, 2022: Intern Signing and Orientation Day. This is a paid, half-day event that includes various on-boarding and pre-employment activities. In addition, interns will participate in a Power Skills and a Rock Internship Capstone preparation session, too. These activities will be held at BTC's Central Campus. Specific time TBA.
  • June 13 – June 17, 2022: Week 1 of 6; interns report to their worksites. 
  • June 20 – June 24, 2022: Week 2 of 6; interns report to their worksites. 
  • June 27 - July 1, 2022: Week 3 of 6; interns report to their worksites.
  • July 4 – July 8, 2022  Program breaks for the July 4th Holiday.
  • July 11 – July 15, 2022: Week 4 of 6; interns report to their worksites. Interns are required to submit their draft Capstone presentations.
  • July 18 – July 22, 2022: Week 5 of 6; interns report to their worksites. Interns are required to submit their final Capstone presentations.
  • July 25 – July 28, 2022: Week 6 of 6; interns report to their worksites.
  • July 29, 2022: Graduation Day event and Capstone presentations at BTC's Central Campus. Specific time TBA.

For additional information, email Molly Markley at mmarkley4@students.blackhawk.edu .