Students in any of the ICT programs have the opportunity to gain real world experience that can go on their resume by participating in an internship with the school.  Internships require at least a 2 hour per week commitment, with a weekly mandatory meeting.   Internships generally have 4 levels of advancement, with different levels having different prerequisites and co-requisites.  See the individual course outlines for more information.

This instructor-supervised course gives students real-world computer technician experience within an organization, as well as providing a bridge to a job.  Projects and tasks will be assigned as-needed for the needs of the organization, with each one being something that could potentially be valuable for students to document in a portfolio.