Project Interface Summer Internship Program

  • What is Project Interface?

    Project Interface is a unique, unpaid summer internship opportunity that places students in a career area of their interest. The program is offered to qualified Rockwood juniors in the summer leading into their senior year of high school. 

    • Project Interface provides students with career exploration opportunities while allowing them to gain practical, real-world experience in a field of interest.
    • Students are partnered with a business professional in the student's area of interest. Students then complete a custom-designed project developed by Project Interface Program Managers with input from the business partner. The project design is written to benefit both the student and the business partner.
    • Successful students receive 1/2 of a CTE credit after documenting a minimum of 75 hours on their projects. The program includes student observation, research, meetings and interviews at the business site. The project culminates in a presentation by the students to the business team and Rockwood staff.


    Program Overview 


    Project Interface Student Information Meeting

    Click Here to Watch the Student Information Meeting



    The Project Interface Summer 2023 Application ​is now closed. 
    We are still accepting Teacher Recommendations for the applicants. 


Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do you look for in a candidate for an internship?

  • What career areas are offered by the Project Interface program?

  • When would I need to have my summer schedule available?

  • How will I know that my application is received and complete?

  • Who do I call if I’m having trouble with my application?

  • What if I decide that I no longer want to participate after I have applied? Or after I’ve interviewed?

  • A NOTE Regarding COVID-19

Project Interface Student Stories