Become an Internship Partner

If you are interested in hosting student interns, please complete our Industry Internship Interest Form. You can also email the Internship group, or contact:

Jeff DeLong
Work-Based Learning Coordinator

Email Jeff

(559) 248-7468

Brad Berrett
Manager, Career Readiness

Email Brad

(559) 248-7454

To find out more about how to partner with Fresno Unified on other work-based learning, please see our Industry Partner page.

Learn more about Fresno Unified internship programs and opportunities.

Student Internship Opportunities

Currently, many Fresno Unified CTE courses in different pathways and programs offer paid and unpaid internship opportunities to qualifying students.

In the 2022-2023 school year, General Internship courses are being offered at Bullard, Fresno, McLane, and Roosevelt High Schools that are designed to give students an opportunity to participate in paid and unpaid internships during the school day. Students will earn up to 20 elective credits for successful completion of the course and will learn valuable employability skills with a designated teacher, along with industry-specific experience while working with industry professionals at work sites.

If you are interested in an internship, contact your school site Job Developer, Counselor, or CTE teacher for more information.

Internships in Action

DeWolf High OldCastle Welding Internship Students

In 2022, seven DeWolf students completed a two-week internship with OldCastle Infrastructure, gaining skills in production welding. At the conclusion of the internship students were able to pass the company’s weld test for potential new employees. This opportunity for students would not have been possible without DeWolf’s relationship with OldCastle Plant Manager David Pino.

Student using welder during internship

2021 Duncan graduate Savanah Ruiz interned at United Western Industries, which is near Highway 99 in central Fresno. What started out as a warehousing internship quickly morphed into an opportunity for hands-on experience in welding, the career she hopes to have.

For more of Savanah’s story, check out this GV Wire article.

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