Off-Campus CTE Programs

Internships/Work-Based Learning

Course 7912      Fee $30.00
Work-Based Learning gives the student the opportunity to learn a variety of skills by expanding the walls of the classroom learning to include the community. By narrowing the gap between theory and practice, Work-Based Learning creates meaning for students. The internship is a ‘capstone’ program for students to have a ‘real-world ‘experience through a mentored internship. The internship coordinator will place students in an appropriate business site. Students may request a specific business.
Why participate in an internship?
·         Development of learning and workplace competencies
·         Motivation to stay in school
·         Improvement of student grades
·         Increased awareness of non-traditional career opportunities
·         Improvement in student employability
·         Help for students in identifying Career Pathways
·         Active participation of educators, employees, labor, students, parents, appropriate agency, and partnership with community businesses
·         Earn a full elective CTE credit
·         The internship experience looks great on a resume and college application
Here are the steps to getting an internship:
1.      Fill out the online application
2.      Talk to your counselor and schedule any two consecutive class periods for your internship
3.      Clear any citizenship U’s
4.      Maintain a good GPA
5.      Have reliable transportation/valid driver’s license


For more information, Contact Work-Based Learning Coordinator:
                Cindy Wall  801-989-9056
                Clearfield, Davis (M-Z), Layton, Northridge, and Syracuse High Schools

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  • Hosting school changes each year so see your CTE Coordinator for school rotation                           

  •  $350.00 fee required 

  • Credits: CTE or Elective  

Magnet class taught in partnership with Cornerstone Aviation, by an FFA certified instructor at DSD High Schools.  Course prepares the student for the national airspace system.  To include the following fundamentals, but not limited to:  Principles of flight, Flight environment, Performance and systems, Meteorology and weather data, Basic navigation, Aviation physiology, Flight planning and decision-making. Additional flight training, course fees, and testing fees required.  


  • Credits: CTE or Elective 

Students are released from 12:30-3:30 each day to attend Avalon. Registration must be completed at the beauty school PRIOR to enrolling in this course. Credit is awarded by the high school. Some scholarships and financial aid may be available through the schools to help students with fees. This is a 1600-hour course. See CTE Coordinator, Mrs. Johnson, for more information.