Career Exploration and Internships


Career Exploration is a wonderful way to determine if a career choice is the right decision for you.  To learn what opportunities are available during the school year, they will be posted on this site as Career Field Trips.  Check back often as this page will be constantly updated.

Internships are available on this site.  
Internships are under the guidance of Mrs. Consevage. To learn more about various internships, select the Internship tab.  Currently applications are being accepted for Summer programs and the 2017-2018 School Year.  

Employers seeking high school students to fill part-time and summer job opportunities should contact Mrs. Consevage at Cumberland Valley High School.  These positions will be advertised through daily announcements on CVTV.  Mrs. Consevage can be reached at (717) 506-3516 or   


Natural Science/Conservation Internships

PA Careers Outdoor Camp: 
Explore careers outdoors in a week-long residential camp for high school students from across Pennsylvania.  participate in action-packed, hands-on activities and recreational adventures in Pennsylvania's state parks and forests. This 6 day adventures consists of activities involving water, land, forests and wildlife.  This camp is held the second full week of July.  More information and applications are available at 


Holy Spirit Hospital:

The Junior Volunteer Program at Holy Spirit is a summer long (mid-June to late August) opportunity for high school students in their sophomore through senior years of high school. Students will be scheduled one shift per week, for the same three-hour shift either 9 to noon or noon to 3, Mondays through Fridays only. The program is designed toallow the students to serve in their community while assisting the clinical staff in delivering the very best in caring, friendly interactions with our patients.  Students will be trained in our “rounding labs” at their orientation, learning from the nurses what to say, what to look for, and how to be the best junior volunteer they can be!

Applications will be available after February 1 at

Pinnacle Hospital:

Pinnacle Health’s student volunteer program is designed to introduce young people age 15 and older to the activities of a hospital. Activities are based on the individual student volunteer's interests and skills. 

Applications for the Summer Student Program are accepted annually beginning Feb. 1.  Applicants are encouraged to apply early as the program fills quickly.  Please follow the steps listed below:

  1. 1.  Complete the Student Application at  
  3. 2.  Once the application is submitted, call either Vonnie Kain – (717) 782-3353 or Andrea Flowers (717) 657-7397 to arrange an interview

  4. 3.  Sign up for Interview/Information session. Sign-up for evening information and interview session.

  5. 4.  Attend an Information/Interview Session.  Note: A parent/guardian must accompany students under age 18.

Acceptance. Students will be notified by email on May 1 of their acceptance into the program.  Please Note: We are able to accept approximately 1 out of 3 students interviewed.

Students must attend both days of summer volunteer orientation (Monday, June 19 and Wednesday, June 21).  To participate in the program, students may not miss more than two assigned days during the program (June 19-August 18).

Carlisle Regional Hospital:

Applications are now available at  Select Junior Volunteer Application to apply.  Completed applications can be emailed to  You can also mail to:
Ms. Denise Garman
Volunteer Services
Carlisle Regional Medical Center
361 Alexander Spring Road
Carlisle, PA  17015


ACE Internship
:  ACE (Architectural, Construction and Engineering Mentor Program) accepts applications annually from September 1 through September 30.  Students apply directly to the program at  The affiliate section is Central Pennsylvania with Cumberland County as the local affiliate.  Make sure to write down and save your email and password at the conclusion of the registration process.  Please see Mrs. Consevage if you have any issues with registration.  Fliers with directions and the meeting schedule for the year are available outside the Career Office (across the hall from Room 283). One credit will be reflected on your transcript upon completion of the program. 


Applications are accepted until the end of November from seniors for the CNA and EMT internships for 2nd semester of the school year. The CNA and EMT programs provide training for hands on experience, which helps give students a competitive edge for nursing and other college health majors. 

CNA:  Through a partnership with Carlisle Regional Medical Center and Harrisburg Area Community College, students, in their senior year, can complete the 120-hour course in preparation for the state’s CNA exam. Students begin the Fall program by exploring the different departments at Carlisle Regional Medical Center to gain insight about their medical science interests. Then, the five-week intensive study explores the role of the nursing assistant and provides training in the essentials of patient care. Classes meet Monday through Friday from 12:00 - 3:00.  Students can expect to complete clinical hours at local nursing homes during after school and weekend hours. Daily homework assignments are an essential part of the course. Students who successfully pass the state exam and are 18 years of age can expect to be gainfully employed as CNAs while still attending high school. After the class is completed, students will volunteer to earn the internship credit.  Students are responsible for all tuition and fees, estimated at approximately $895. Interested students should see Mrs. Consevage for an application by June 30 for the 1st semester and November 30 for the 2nd semester. 

EMT:  The EMT program offered through the CAIU Partnership and Harrisburg Area Community College.   Students must complete an application process by December 1st.  The course begins in mid January.  The nineteen week study will include the overall roles and responsibilities of the EMT; general anatomy and physiology; assessment of injuries and illnesses; cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR); medical emergencies; lifting and moving of patients; automated External Defibrillation (AED); assessment of the scene; transportation of patients to the emergency department and much more.  Classes will meet every Monday-Friday from 12:30-3:30 at the Cumberland-Goodwill's site in Carlisle during the 2nd semester.  Daily homework assignments are an essential part of the course. Tuition for the EMT program is approximately $825.00.  Tuition includes pocket mask, stethoscope, and two uniform shirts.  It also includes the student liability coverage premium.  Students are responsible for purchasing the textbook prior to the first day of EMT class.  Interested students should see Mrs. Consevage for an application.

Legal Internship:  Dilworth Paxson, LLP, a midsize law firm headquartered in Philadelphia, offers a paid internship for a semester at the firm's Harrisburg office.  The firm looks for a student who is available to work two to three afternoons per week.  Free parking is provided.  This internship is available to rising seniors. Applications can be obtained from Mrs. Consevage.  Deadlines to apply are June 1st for the 1st semester of next year and November 1st for the 2nd semester.  Interest students should see 
Mrs. Consevage to apply.  

Please direct any questions to Mrs. Consevage at (717) 506-3516 or 

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