• UPDATE: Summer 2020 Student Internship Information

    Find your passion! Create your future!



    In light of the Governor’s Stay Home Stay Healthy proclamation, the closure of school buildings through the duration of the school year, and uncertainty of ability to host in-person summer internship programs, Everett Career Link has been redesigned as an online experience for summer 2020.

    The summer 2020 Career Exploration, Networks, and Mentorships online course will provide high school students the unique opportunity to engage in career learning up-close while social distancing.

    The Career Exploration, Networks, and Mentorships course will:

    • Run from Jun 29 – August 14 (six weeks)
    • Award students with .5 CTE credits
    • Focus on regional in-demand careers with global career awareness
    • Include activities such as virtual worksite tours, employer presentations, panel discussions and real-world projects connected to regional career opportunities

    Benefits to students include:

    • Exploration of career options in various fields
    • Build community connections and networks by connecting with students from across the district and employers from across the region
    • Enhance employability and 21st Century skills
    • Inform and motivate course and career planning
    • Boost resume and college application


    May 4 – May 15: Career Specialists and Internship teachers talk with students about the summer 2020 opportunity

    May 22: Students confirm interest in participation in summer 2020 course

    June 5: Student paperwork and course registration complete

    June 29 – August 14: Career Exploration, Networks, and Mentorships online course

    To Learn More


    Each high school has a career specialist and/or an internship teacher ready to help with this process.

    Everett High School:     Career Specialist: Dayna Weir   | Internship Teacher: Tammy Price 

    Cascade High School:  Career Specialists: Trish Roberts  | Internship Teacher: Bree Youngberg

    Jackson High School:   Career Specialists: Deron Dahlke   | Internship Teacher: Daniel Mills

    Sequoia High School:   Career Specialists: Tricia Schuldt