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An internship offers students the opportunity to apply their academic knowledge and skills in corporate and community settings.  It’s a hands-on learning experience in which students are expected to solve problems and interact with colleagues in real-world employment settings.  An internship is also a great way to see firsthand if you will enjoy the field you are planning to enter.

Internships, or experiential learning opportunities, are intended to give students more ways of channeling the energy, enthusiasm, and skills they already have, and to provide situations to expand on these skills.


For more Information about an internship at The Arc ECT, where you can gain practical work experience and make a difference in someone's life:


Call: 860.889.4435 x111 

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Arc Eastern Connecticut, established by two groups of families in 1952, provides advocacy and supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities across the entire region. Our services touch every aspect of a person's life: housing, employment/job development, vocational/micro-enterprise ventures, education, day programs, in-home supports, Senior services, health/fitness activities, and community involvement.


The Arc Eastern Connecticut

125 Sachem Street

Norwich, Connecticut 06360

T: 860.889.4435

F: 860.889.4662


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