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1 SENIOR INTERNSHIP PROJECT CLASS OF 2012

2 SENIOR INTERNSHIP PROJECT PHILOSOPHY The Senior Project at Nordonia High School is an optional program open to all eligible seniors who meet program criteria. Program criteria include students that demonstrate good character, excellent attendance, and have maintained a passing average and are failing no classes. In addition to grades and absenteeism, outstanding fees, disciplinary records, and successful completion of all categories of the OGT are other considerations impacting eligibility. This program provides opportunities for students to: A. Work on meaningful and independent workplace experience projects of their own design in lieu of regularly scheduled classes. B. Become exposed to potential career opportunities and people within the community outside of the classroom environment. C. Plan and finalize all necessary arrangements in accordance with the approved timeline. D. Develop a community partnership. 2

3 THE SENIOR PROJECT SERVES AS AN EXCELLENT TRANSITION FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL EXPERIENCE TO AN EXPERIENCE DEALING WITH LIFE LONG INTERESTS OR CAREER GOALS. TERMS TO UNDERSTAND!! MENTOR COMMUNITY CONTACT MENTEE- PARTICIPATING STUDENT ADVISOR- FACULTY/STAFF CONTACT 3

4 SENIOR EXPERIENCE PROJECT TIMELINE DECEMBER 7, 2011 WEDNESDAY * ASSEMBLY to explain Project and Options MARCH 9, 2012 APPLICATIONS DUE ONLINE *Senior Project Application completed online MARCH 30, 2012 FRIDAY *Notification of Approval of Applications APRIL 27, 2012 FRIDAY *Final check of academic eligibility to participate MAY 3, 2012 THURSDAY *LAST DAY FOR PARTICIPATING SENIORS (May 4, Prom / Senior Day) MAY 7-21, 2012 * SENIOR PROJECT PARTICIPATION DATES (AP Test dates-may 7-15, 2012) MAY 22, 2012 TUESDAY during school hours *Morning Presentations will be scheduled (3-5 minutes in length). Schedule will be determined in April. Due to Advisor: Journal, Mentor Evaluation, Advisor Checklist, & Student Evaluation SENIOR EXAMS MAY 21-MAY 23 (LAST DAY FOR NON- PARTICIPATING SENIORS-MAY 24, 2012.) GRADES DUE MAY 24, May 31, THURSDAY **GRADUATION 4

5 SENIOR INTERNSHIP PROJECT ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA In order to participate in the Senior Internship Project, students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing. Note: The criteria listed below will apply to seniors in their final semester. 1. Grades passing grades for ALL courses second semester 2. Absences no more than six days of excused absences for the final semester up to the day the Senior Internship Project begins (excluding field trips or college visits) NO UNEXCUSED ABSENCES!! 3. No PALE Placement or Out of School Suspensions during the final semester (including those assigned for excessive tardies) 4. OGT- must have passed all parts 5. Administration reserves the right to deny participation. You are representing Nordonia High School and our community as you participate in this experience. 5

6 Senior Internship Requirements Any senior participating in the Senior Internship Project must complete the following requirements: hours of time spent in the workplace. This is reduced to 20 hours for CVCC students. Students enrolled in AP courses will have their time reduced by 3 hours for each AP on their schedule. 2. Completion of a journal of your experience. 3. Presentation (3-5 minutes) that summarizes your experience, with a visual aid. 4. Submission of all paper work online by the appropriate date. 6

7 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 1. What do student athletes need to do if they want to participate? Most high school sports have completed their season by the start date of this experience. If your sport is still in competition, the student should contact the coach for guidance regarding practices. The student is still eligible for all athletic activities as long as he/she is making adequate progress on the senior experience. However, coaches may require attendance at practices in order to participate. Students must take the responsibility for coordinating work and sports schedules. 2. What do band students need to do if they want to participate? The student must contact the band director for guidance in this issue. The student is still eligible for band competitions and performances as long as he/she is making adequate progress on the senior experience. However, the band director may require attendance at rehearsals in order to participate. Students must take the responsibility for coordinating work and band schedules. The senior experience does not exempt students from any required performances. 3. What do AP students need to do if they want to participate? It is the responsibility of AP students to arrange their work schedules so that they can maximize the amount of review/practice time provided by their AP teachers. It is also the responsibility of AP students to arrange their work schedules in order to have adequate time to prepare for and to take the AP tests. Students in AP courses will have the total time reduced by 3 hours for each AP course on their schedule. 4. May I schedule my senior intern hours on weekends or evenings? Yes, as long as you put in a least 40 hours (20 for CVCC students) on at least 5 different days between May (Keep in mind that you will be attending regular classes through May 3, Can I use the same position from this experience as the one I use for my CVCC early placement program? Yes, please let your advisor know that this is what you are doing and arrangements will be made. Remember, internship hours are unpaid hours. 6. Does my position have to reflect my career goals or career preparation classes? No, you may choose to participate in any area that interests you including non-profit or charitable organizations. If you are uncertain about a possibility, please discuss this with your advisor or principal. 7

8 Senior Internship Project Presentation Requirements **Appropriate dress is required** The presentation panel will consist of staff members and may include the following: A. Advisor B. Principals or District Administrators C. Nordonia High School Staff Members D. Mentor E. Community Members *The presentation will be a minimum of three minutes and a maximum of five minutes in length and will be concluded with up to three minutes of questions from the panel. *The student internship journal should be utilized to create this presentation. Pictures may be submitted to be used for examples of future Senior Internship Projects. The presentation must include the following elements: a. Restatement of your goals b. An overview of your activities and responsibilities c. A discussion of what you learned (specific skills or procedures) and how you benefited from the Senior Internship Program d. How successful you were in attaining the goals you set for yourself and what you learned about yourself through this process You must use at least ONE professional quality visual aid during your presentation. For example: a. Overhead projector b. Picture board(s) c. Video d. Audio tape(s) e. Portfolio or photo album f. Multimedia device(s) PowerPoint, web pages, smart board, etc. g. Props from the professions h. A student created product from the internship session i. Other as approved by Advisor **NOTE: It is your responsibility to insure that all equipment needed is set up and working correctly in the room where you will be presenting. Presentations may be videotaped for future use. These tapes will become the property of Nordonia School District. 8

9 Senior Internship Project Student Agreement To the Student: I agree: *to adhere to my project schedule as closely as possible *to adhere as closely as possible to the objectives I have set forth for the Senior Internship *to adhere to the guidelines established in this packet and at Nordonia High School I understand: *None of the following locations may be used for senior project sites: Any Nordonia Hills City Schools, CVCC, or St. Barnabas *That I am excused from my academic requirements during the period of the Senior Internship with the exception of AP Test prep, AP tests, attendance at CVCC and band performances *That if I choose to discontinue or if I am dismissed from my project, I will return to my scheduled classes and I am responsible for all the work and final exams in those classes *That it is my responsibility to notify all coaches and activity sponsors of my project and that successful completion and acceptable reporting of the project are required. Also, I am required to attend those activities required for graduation. *That I must not receive any payment now or in the future for this project *That Nordonia City School District is not liable for any injuries that I may sustain as a result of this project *That I am responsible and liable for all transportation and any costs connected with this internship *That I must attend a minimum of 5 days *That my total hours on location must equal no less than 40 hours (20 for CVCC students.) *THAT IF I ELECT TO PARTICIPATE, SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THIS PROJECT IS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION *That any misrepresentation of information of these forms is grounds for immediate dismissal from the Senior Internship Project. I understand that my participation in the senior internship is optional. If I elect to participate, I understand that I must abide by all policies in this packet.

10 Senior Internship Project Role of Mentor Thank you for considering being a participant in the Nordonia High School Senior Project. The role of the Mentor is essential to the success of the Senior Project. You will play an active and vital part in the student s learning experience. Through the experiences provided by you, students should gain an in-depth understanding of your professional world. Responsibilities: 1. Discuss and agree upon goals for the Senior Internship Project. The goals should be attainable during the time period allotted. 2. Advise and guide the student on his/her project and sign a weekly time sheet indicating that he/she has completed the required hours. 3. Assign responsibilities and duties that are real to the job environment. 4. Mentors should recommend student dress and behavior requirements. 5. Evaluate students upon completion of the Senior Project using the Mentor Evaluation form. 6. Invited to attend the student s final presentation during the day of May 22. Relevant Information: 1. Senior Project work may begin on May 7 and must be completed by May 21, (Presentations will be May 22 based on an agreed upon schedule) 2. Students are to participate in a minimum of 40 hours (20 for CVCC students) for the duration of the project. The scheduling of those hours is between the mentor and the student. 3. Attendance and punctuality are important. If this becomes an issue, please contact the student s advisor immediately. 4. A student may not be paid for his/her work on this project, now or in the future. 5. No relative may be in a direct line of supervision for the student. 6. Each student has selected an advisor from Nordonia High School who acts as a consultant for the student. Furthermore, the advisor will serve as a liaison between the mentor and the school. All contact with the school should originate with the advisor. 7. In a pre-project conference with the student, please establish a mutual understanding of what will be expected during the project time.

11 Senior Internship Project Role of Advisor Thank you for considering being a participant in the Nordonia High School Senior Project. The role of the Advisor is essential to the success of the Senior Project. You will play an active and vital part in the student s learning experience. Responsibilities: 1. Discuss and agree upon goals for the Senior Project. The goals should be attainable during the time period allotted. 2. Meet with the student at least twice during the project dates and complete the following tasks each time: Review journal entries Review advisor checklist Discuss activities and progression toward achievement of goals Discuss final presentation 3. Contact the mentor at least once during the project to check on the student s progress. 4. Invited to attend the student s final presentation during the day of May Serve as a liaison between the mentor and the school. 6. Communicate any problems with a principal/dean immediately. Relevant Information: 1. Senior Internship work may begin on May 7 and must be completed by May 21, (Presentations will be by appointment on May 22.) 2. Students are to participate no less than 5 days totaling a minimum of 40 hours (20 for CVCC students) for the duration of the project. The scheduling of those hours is between the mentor and the student. Feel free to exceed minimum requirements. 3. A student may not be paid for his/her work on this project now or in the future. 4. No relative may be in a direct line of supervision for the student. The student may not complete the internship at a place of business where he/she has been previously employed or is now employed. 5. In a pre-project conference with the student, please establish a mutual understanding of what will be expected during the project time.

12 Senior Internship Project Journal The student is expected to keep a minimum of six journal entries during the Senior Project. Suggestions include work accomplished, skills acquired or honed, anticipated events, unusual events of the day, etc. Responses should represent significant reflection on the day s events. Each journal entry should be words. Journals will be turned in at the start of your presentation and become the property of Nordonia High School.

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