Mendocino County offers multiple STEM internships. Contact your MESA director or Mendocino County Human Resources (707.463.7742) for an application.
Mendo Technet is a local technology company providing web design, online marketing, search engine optimization, phone repair, computer repair and upgrades, as well as classes on how to utilize this technology. If you are interested in computer science, consider job shadowing or interning with Mendo Technet! Contact your MESA director to find out how. View their website to learn more.
Mendocino National Forest provides opportunities for job shadowing for students interested in earth science, conservation biology, and engineering. Contact your MESA director for opportunities. View their website for more information.
Ukiah Veterinary Hospital has partnered with MESA and offered job site tours, job shadowing and possible internships for MESA students interested in pursing a career in veterinary medicine. Find out more at their website.
Vicchi Oleski of community heals and SoCoHA has presented on entrepreneurial journey and what it takes to sustain a successful local business. She is a great source of information for business and kinesiology majors.
North Coast Opportunities is a Community Action Agency which assists low-income and disadvantaged people in becoming self-reliant. They have over 250 employees and are a great partner for community service opportunities. They have also offered to support job shadowing for business and math majors. Contact your MESA director for more information. View their website to learn how to volunteer, a great way to help others while adding a significant line to your resume or university application.
Mendo Mill is a great resource for business and math majors interested in learning from a successful local business. Job site tours, job shadowing and possibly internships are available. Contact your MESA director for more information. View their website to learn more.
Interested in becoming a counselor assisting migrants or pursuing a career in education? The Migrant Education Adviser Program may have opportunities for you. Email Giselle Perry for opportunities. More information available on this informational flyer.
In close connection with MEAP, California Mini-Corps provides opportunities for those interested in pursing a career in education, while assisting migrant children and increasing the number of professional educators who are specially trained, experienced and committed to working with migrant children. Email Elaine Pearson for opportunities. More information available in the Mini-Corp Tutor Application.