Students can search for internships in the technology field at a Web site created by students in the Computer Information Systems/Computer Science Department.
The CIS Internship Portal is at http://cis.highline.edu/internship/.
At the Web site, students can also:
• build a resume
• register for internship class CIS 140
• fill out Highline internship paperwork
• learn the details of how internships work at Highline
• search for paying jobs.
In addition, faculty and employers can post internships.
Learn techniques to manage money and move toward financial self-sufficiency at a Financial Management Workshop. The workshop will run from 1-4 p.m. Dec. 16 and Dec. 17 in Building 10, Room 207.
George Thompson from the School Employees Credit Union of Washington will speak about identity theft and managing finances.
WorkFirst/Workforce advisor Robyn Richins will teach budgeting resources and tips.
RSVP is required – e-mail Robyn Richins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workforce student Ruth Krizan will speak at Highline’s Legislative Breakfast tomorrow morning, Dec. 3. The event, held at the Student Union, gives students a chance to share their concerns with state representatives and senators.
“We want to give legislators stories so the programs that help students get in and stay in school can stay funded,” Krizan said. “We want them to protect that.”
At the event, Krizan will share her personal story and describe how Workforce Education funding has helped her.
“I wouldn’t be here without Workforce,” she said. “For years I’d been dreaming about going back to school.”