Preparing students for the workforce.
The Internship Career Connection Program exists because of the partnership between Rowan College and the Business Community. This unique hands-on career awareness and exploration experience enhances the academic portion of a student’s degree program.
The Internship Career Connection Program requires a student to take a course, ICC 211, which includes 15 hours of academic instruction and preparation for a paid work experience of 150 hours on the job with a participating employer.
Selection for participation in the program is a competitive process; students should register for the experience course, ICC 211, only after they have been selected.