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Published: Thursday, February 28, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

EvCC has IT interns available

Everett Community College is looking for businesses and other organizations that need IT interns.
Internships are from 60 to 250 hours, and give students a chance to apply academic experience to a real-world project, said EvCC instructor Greg Jackson.
Students are available for projects at schools, businesses and community service programs. Interns work with the employer and an academic adviser.
Interns could work with a company's IT staff in a role similar to that of a new employee trainee. Or interns could work on specific projects, such as Windows Server Administration, data backups, installing and configuring Cisco routers and switches, unpacking and setting up lab computers, packing and transporting bumpdown computers, unpacking and preparing new office systems for an image, delivering office computers and assisting IT in final setup steps, upgrading systems, system cleaning and appearance improvements, designing and maintaining network infrastructure, wiping drives and preparing systems for surplus.
All internships require a written job description, supervision and a willingness to participate in a mid-internship visit by a college supervisor.
EvCC's Computer Information Systems Department offers an associate of science transfer degree, associate of applied science transfer degree and certificates in areas relating to the computer field.
Information about degrees and certificates is available at www.everettcc.edu/cis.
For more information about internships, contact Jackson at gjackson@everettcc.edu or 425-388-9983.
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