The Project Pathways Internship program provides students experiential learning and skills development in a professional setting with established Broken Arrow Public Schools business partners. Internships provide an opportunity for students to gain valuable work experience and make professional connections in a field aligned with their intended career paths. Internships also provide employers the opportunity to guide and evaluate talent as students hone their talents, goals, abilities and interests. Some internships are paid, while all options allow students to earn elective credit for graduation. Juniors and seniors with a valid driver's license and vehicle are eligible to participate in the internship program.
Current Sophomores and Juniors
View information for internships for current sophomores and juniors.
Businesses interested in supporting this program can contact Community Relations Coordinator Chase Elkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the community partnership form.
Broken Arrow High School senior Gavin Canard is gaining work experience in his planned career field - exercise physiology and athletic training - through his Project Pathways internship with Pro Day Athlete Development. Check out the video below.