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The San Rafael Chamber Internship Connection

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Mission Statement
The San Rafael Chamber Education Committee is helping support Marin County students by encouraging local businesses to provide meaningful internship experiences. The Internship Connection links the business community and the education community together to help accomplish this.


What is the Internship Connection Program?
The Internship Connection is a recruitment portal which allows local Marin County businesses to sign up and offer internship opportunities to local high school and college students. 


How Does the Internship Connection Program Work?
It’s simple. First click on the 'Guidelines for a Successful Internship' button below to review how other Marin County businesses have successfully offered internships to local students.

Then click on the link to 'Sign My Business Up to Offer a Student Internship'. Your form will be submitted to the Marin County Office of Education’s School to Career Partnership program coordinator as well as the College of Marin’s internship coordinator. They will match up the best student(s) for you to interview regarding your internship opportunity.

Interested in other ways to engage with students?

Learn about MCOE's School to Career Employer Participation Options


Contact Information 
Chamber Education Committee: Emily Maloney (emaloney@srchamber.com, 415-343-4163)
Marin County Office of Education School to Career Partnership: Araceli Nunez (anunez@marinschools.org, 415-484-9092)
College of Marin Internship Program: Lissette Flores (lmflores@marin.edu, 415-485-9670)
Dominican University of California: Sharon Morrison (sharon.morrison@dominican.edu, 415-457-4440)



Are you a student looking for an internship?
Please click your school below to learn about available internship opportunities.