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2020-2021 Catalog 
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Capital offers internship and other work-based learning opportunities for students to gain practical, hands-on learning experience necessary for future careers. Most degree programs offer work-based learning opportunities in one or more of the following:

  • Clinical coursework
  • Externship
  • Internship
  • Practicum
  • Service Learning
  • Supervised Field Placement

Below is a list of the courses within different content areas:

BBG* 294 - Business Internship 
BIO* 296 - Internship in Biotechnology 
CJS* 290 - Supervised Field Placement in Criminal Justice 
COM* 295 - Internship I 
ECE* 295 - Student Teaching Practicum 
HSE* 287 - Practicum in Mental Health 
MED* 280 - Medical Assisting Externship 
MUS* 295 - Practicum Project/Internship 
PMD* 211 - Paramedic IV 
PSY* 105 - Group Dynamics 

SOC* 261 - School and Community 
SOC* 201 - Contemporary Social Issues 
SOC* 235 - Introduction to Social Welfare  
SOC* 285 - Community Organization   
THR* 190 - Theatre Practicum I 
THR* 290 - Theatre Practicum II  ​  


NOTE: Nursing, Paramedic Studies, and Radiologic Technology degree programs all offer numerous clinical courses throughout the program.

Insurance Industry Internships Capital’s Career Advancement Program (CCAP)

Capital’s Career Advancement Program (CCAP) is an innovative partnership between Capital Community College, Travelers and UnitedHealthcare designed to expose students to careers in insurance and financial services. As the only community college in the state of Connecticut involved in this partnership, CCC students are in a preeminent position to complete their undergraduate degree and join the professional workforce.

Students work 15-20 hours as part-time paid interns during the Fall and Spring semesters, and 40 hours as full-time paid interns during the Summer. Students are assigned faculty and industry mentors and attend monthly meetings with peers in the program.

For more information call the Capital’s Career Advancement Program Office at 860-906-5234