Interdisciplinary Studies-Mentor Course/Sr. Internship Program
Course Description: Year Long, Pass-Fail Course for Seniors Only, Non-GPA weighted
Interdisciplinary Studies Mentor Seminar (ISM) is a student-led exploration and preparation of career and post-secondary interests. The course is designed using a three stage process: 1) Research and Design, 2) On-site internships, and 3) Projects & Presentations. Students are responsible for 1) creating and maintaining personalized goals & plans that pertain to the goals of the course, 2) conducting in-depth research regarding careers and post-secondary studies of interest, 3) participating in at least one on-site internship each semester, and 4) completing program-designed projects. To participate in this program, students are enrolled in a year-long course.
Options for enrollment are:
Students must complete the application process during the Spring semester of their Junior year.