Externship

Classes

EXTN-200: Externship Orientation

An introduction to the requirements of the Externship course. Students will explore the steps for planning and conducting a full-time job search. Topics include the course requirements, policies and procedures, the process to secure the position, résumé and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, and career planning. Researching approved externship locations as well as travel and housing accommodations are all discussed. (Pass/No Show grading)

EXTN-205: Externship Prep Seminar II

The seminar includes a discussion of the college's expectations and a full overview of the externship manual assignment. In addition, the CIA's values and the importance of maintaining professionalism are reviewed. A completed training agreement is required. (Pass/No Show grading)

EXTN-210: Externship Orientation

An introduction to the requirements of the Externship course. Students will explore the steps for planning and conducting a full-time job search. Topics include the course requirements, policies and procedures, the process to secure the position, résumé and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, and career planning. Researching approved externship locations as well as travel and housing accommodations are all discussed. (Pass/No Show grading)

EXTN-220: Externship (Culinary Arts)

A supervised work experience designed to expand career knowledge while increasing speed, timing, organization, and ability to handle cooking or baking and pastry creation in an approved commercial foodservice and hospitality establishment. Students on externship will receive feedback from their supervisor and keep an externship manual to record and reflect on their work experience.

EXTN-225: Externship (Baking & Pastry)

A supervised work experience designed to expand career knowledge while increasing speed, timing, organization, and ability to handle cooking or baking and pastry creation in an approved commercial foodservice and hospitality establishment. Students on externship will receive feedback from their supervisor and keep an externship manual to record and reflect on their work experience.