The Internship Program is designed to give students hands-on learning experiences in the local business community. Through internships, students are introduced to a chosen career field as an overview of the path of education to that profession. Internships broaden students' knowledge base of the inner workings of the business world and enables them to recognize their own talents, goals, abilities, and interests as they strive to make decisions about their future academic and career goals.

Pam Robinson, Ph.D., Coordinator

Office : Krouch College/Career S.T.E.A.M Center (405)-598-5500

Student Intern Roles & Responsibilities

  • Dedicate one semester and a minimum of one class period to the internship.

  • Participate in non-paid education activities that correspond to the performance objectives at the business/agency site.

  • Must have own transportation to and from worksite.

  • Communicate with the Internship Coordinator and the worksite when they are going to be absent.

Selection Process

  • Students must apply and interview for the program the semester before they would start. (i.e. apply in spring for a fall program)

  • Students are permitted to apply to the Internship Program during the enrollment process for their first semester of their junior year. The number of earned high school credits will be considered.

  • Must have one period of their school day dedicated to an internship assignment.

  • Must complete an application to be submitted to the 11th/12th Grade Counselor.

  • Must submit a recommendation from an adult who knows them well. This person cannot be a relative or person living in the same house.

  • Must submit Parent Permission to Drive and Release of Contact Information form.

  • Must meet credit requirements.

  • Must interview with the Internship Review Team.

Evaluation: Interns will receive credit based upon completion of journals, assignments, six scheduled academic classes, attendance, review of job performance from the site, and a final project.

Professionalism: Interns will follow the procedures outlined by their assigned worksite with regard to proper etiquette, grooming, and demeanor when dealing with all persons with whom the business/agency has them in contact.

Thank you to the following businesses for partnering with THS for the Internship Program:

Fall 2023 Partners

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  • Citizen Potawatomi

  • Nation Health Services

  • Urban Rebel Salon

  • Stuart and Clover, PLLC

  • Rustic Rose

  • Rose Bingham (Baking)

  • AC Doctors

  • Beauty Barn

  • Tecumseh High School (Gina Payne)

  • Oklahoma Baptist University (Dr. Edward English)

  • Tecumseh Oxygen and Medical Supplies

  • Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce

  • Miller Brothers Automotive

  • Valir Physical Therapy

  • Theopolis Social Club

  • Loren Mikale Media

  • Oklahoma Baptist University Athletics

  • Action Physical Therapy

  • Northside Veterinary Hospita

  • First United Bank – Shawnee

  • Workingman Photo, LLC

  • Impressions Dental

  • Andrew Minnigh Dental

  • Oklahoma Family Dentistry – Tecumseh

  • Tecumseh Veterinary Clinic

  • Taylor Aviation

  • Logic Aviation Services, LLC

Spring 2024 Partners

  • CPN

  • Officer Law, PLLC

  • Rustic Rose

  • OBU Sports Media

  • OBU Athletics

  • Impressions Dental

  • Taylor Aviation

  • Logic Aviation Services

  • Cowboys Plumbing

  • Impressions Dental

  • Sooner Stoneworks, LLC

  • Tri County Air Solutions

  • Cama Watts

  • OBU Psychology Dept

  • Shawnee Garden Center

  • Lauren Chitwood Photography

  • F&M Automotive

  • Boy and Girls Club

  • Uplift Mentoring

  • SSM Health

  • AC Doctors

  • Theoplis Social Club

  • Brian Blansett Photography

  • Tecumseh Vet Clinic

  • Athletico

  • Miller Brothers Automotive, LLC

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