Sedalia FIT (Forty-hour Internship Tryout)

2018-19 FIT Internship Schedule

  • High school Juniors & Seniors are encouraged to complete a FIT internship to learn more about a career they are interested in pursuing after graduation.  Over 100 Sedalia employers offer a variety of career opportunities. Students are released from school for a week to complete 40 internship hours during the school day. Students are responsible for making up missed school work. To be eligible to participate students cannot have any D or F grades, must have good attendance, and no discipline issues.

    Application Due

    Interview Date

    Internship Week

    Thurs., September 13

    Wed., September 19

    October 8-12

    Thurs., October 18

    Wed., October 24

    November 5-9

    Thurs., January 17

    Wed., January 23

    February 4-8

    Thurs., February 14

    Wed., February 20

    March 11-15

    Wed., March 20

    Wed., March 27

    April 8-12

    Thurs., April 25

    Wed., May 1

    May 20-24 (Seniors only)

    Applications are available in the Guidance Office & room C118,
    and should be returned to Mrs. Harvey in C118.

    Download Application Here

Program Coordinator

 Amanda Harvey

Phone: 660-851-5326

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Amanda Harvey

Amanda Harvey is a business education teacher at Smith-Cotton High School. As the high school's coordinator for the Sedalia FIT program, she performs screening interviews with students to help pair them with local businesses.

Sedalia FIT logo

About the program

  • The Forty-hour Internship Tryout (FIT) program is designed to provide every high school student prior to graduation the opportunity to experience a non-paid 40-hour internship experience before they purse a technical, associate or bachelor education.  Pettis County is a Certified Work Ready Community (CWRC), so it is an ideal area for a first-of-its-kind prototype to be implemented.

    For more information, check out the FIT Showcase video.

FIT Employers/Sponsors

  • We extend are gratitude to the following who have hosted interns thus far:

    Auto Master, Liz Rehmer
    B&P Excavating
    Bob Taylor's Barber Shop
    Boonslick Regional Library, Jo Boger
    Bothwell Regional Hospital (ER, Cardio, Pharmacy, L&D, Skilled Nursing, Engineering, Surgery, Oncology, Sonography, Radiology)
    Brad Metzner, Veterinarian
    Brian's Gym,Brian Spencer
    Bryant Motors, Kyle Herrick
    Building Blocks Pediatrics, Warrensburg MO
    Callis & Associates, Cliff Callis
    Center for Human Services, Ann Graff
    Center for Human Services, Erica Rennison
    Central Missouri Electric Cooperative, Gary Coulter
    City of Sedalia Firefighters, Daniel Shaw
    City of Sedalia Police, Larry Ward
    City of Sedalia Administration, Kelvin Shaw
    Cochran Head Vick & Co., P.C.
    County Distributing, Joe Beykirch
    Dr. Carl, The Eye Clinic
    Dr. Kent Keethler
    Dr. Kiburz, Orthopedic Surgeon BRHC
    Dugan Paints, Tammy Homan
    Elliott Financial Services, John Swearingen
    Gardner Denver, Paul Blackburn & Mike Kreisel
    General Cable, Tom Moss
    Heritage Fabrication, Todd Hudson
    Honey Bear Daycare, Shelly Webb
    Impact Signs
    Interstate Studios, Jen Volcko
    Katy Trail Dental, Dr. Vandevender & Stephanie Morey
    Kim Tanner Law
    LaTonya Marshall Law
    M Power, Travis DeMoss
    Maintenance Source, Stafford Swearingen
    McCarthy Toyota
    Mefford & Associates
    Missouri Bank II
    Missour Heart Center
    Missouri Dept of Conservation, Kevin Polley
    MU Audio Engineering
    Pathways Behavioral Health Center, Cindy Taylor
    PEAK Performance Mike Trammel
    Pettis County Ambulance District, Eric Dirck
    Pettis County Health Center, JoAnn Martin
    Pettis County Judge Paul Beard
    Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney, Phillip Sawyer
    Pettis County Sherrif's office, Captain Dave Keller
    Pettis County Sheriff's office, Detective Tollie Rowe
    Plaza West Pharmacy, Stephanie Parkhurst
    Precision Computer
    Pro Energy, Engineering, Welding, Accounting
    RE Solutions, Josh Appleman
    Rea Funeral Chapel, Brad Rea
    ReMax of Sedalia, Ashlee Paxton, Billie Barnes
    Rick Ball Ford
    Robert Rollings Architect
    Robert Treuner Masonry, Andrew Treuner
    Sedalia Animal Shelter
    Sedalia 200, Athletic trainer, Andre Taylor
    Sedalia 200, Early Childhood Cntr, Grace Kendrick, Shelby McConnell
    Sedalia 200, Heber Hunt Elementary, Kevin Ditzfeld
    Sedalia 200, Horace Mann Elementary, Danielle Gerke
    Sedalia 200, Jason Kindle, Physical Therapy
    Sedalia 200, Maintenance Dept, Jordan
    Sedalia 200, Marsha Campe, sign language interpreter at Skyline Elementary
    Sedalia 200, Occupational Therapist Jennifer Hurley
    Sedalia 200, Occupational Therapy, Sonya
    Sedalia 200, Parkview Elementary, Breanna Harding
    Sedalia 200, Parkview Elementary, Kari Pyle
    Sedalia 200, Parkview Elementary, Mrs. Zayats
    Sedalia 200, Parkview Elementary, Ms. Kenny
    Sedalia 200, SC Jr. High, Brian Foster
    Sedalia 200, SCHS, Larry Hodge
    Sedalia 200, Skyline Elementary, Ashley Gieschen
    Sedalia 200, Skyline Elementary, Brooke Spratley
    Sedalia 200, Skyline Elementary, Emily Emo
    Sedalia 200, Skyline Elementary, Katie Dake
    Sedalia 200, Skyline Elementary, Mrs. Sparks, Counselor
    Sedalia 200, Skyline Elementary, JIll Barnholdt
    Sedalia 200, Smith-Cotton Jr. High, Chris Yeager
    Sedalia 200, Smith-Cotton Jr. High, Coach Hunolt & Coach Ditto
    Sedalia Democrat, Tim Epperson
    SFCC - Ag Dept, Brad Driskill
    SFCC - Eric Fudge, Technology
    SFCC - Humanities Dept, Cara Barth-Fagan & Mike Davis
    SFCC - Athletics, Darren Pannier
    SFCC - Automotive Technology, Matthew Clark
    Sierra Bullets, Pat Daly/Doug Wickham
    Small Cakes
    Stay True Tattoo, Adam Templeton
    Studio A Dance
    Studio Vogue, Stefanie Reid
    The Hair Salon and Spa, Lynette Shumacker
    Thompson Hills Animal Clinic
    TLC Pediatrics
    Wallace Architects
    Wilson Toellner CPA
    Winchester Meadows, Rhonda Gaylord
    Updated 8/6/18