Camelback Montessori College Preparatory

Sponsor an Intern

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Sponsor an Intern

Practical life experience is a fundamental tenant of a Montessori Education. Our students are interested in exploring future careers including but not limited to:

  • computer coding,
  • engineering,
  • physical and mental health care,
  • academic research,
  • animal husbandry,
  • performance arts,
  • business,
  • law,
  • education,
  • non-profit organization,
  • construction management,
  • and other fields.

We encourage our juniors to shadow professional fields and we require our seniors to engage in a Senior Capstone Experience. While some seniors choose to create an action research project to fulfill this need, others would like to be able to intern during the school day and have a mentor to help guide them in their ability to learn about and impact a specific work field.

If you work at a site that could potentially take on an adolescent intern age 16-18, please email Program Director Danchi Nguyen at so your contact info and work place description can be added to our database for potential internship sites. The real world experience from your professional business would be instrumental in guiding the adolescent to their passion in discovering what they want their role in society to be.



What Parents are Saying

“Oh my goodness this school looks much different from my time there in 1993 I was made to transfer to Central high school. Wish they never transfered me.I had the greatest teachers and the other staff was great too. Not to mention all the friends and memories.”

“Camelback is a great school to be at. The Teachers are nice careing loving people ; they make sure every student can get the help they need to pass their classes and gradeurate; with that being said no student is left behind at Camelback high school.”

“I like this they rly care about their students, and help out a lot, I’ve been here for 3 years, now I’m a senior, this school, the students, the faculty, has or is going to achieve great things.”