Mrs. Barb Gillespie
Office: 70-219, Phone: (619) 644-7984
BOT (Business Office Technology)
- Eligible students will have
completed 12 units in their BOT major, whether medical office
assistant, general office, accounting or insurance.
- At this time, there are no
medical office internships available. Medical Office Assistant
students may apply for and complete an internship in a
- Eligible students are required
to be enrolled in at least 7 units during the internship period,
including internship unit(s).
- Internship students will
provide their own transportation to the site.
*varies according to when a student begins their work
student uses their present job, then they must assume
responsibilities above and beyond current duties.
training Site Supervisors:
- Communicate with intern and
Coordinator in a timely manner.
- Sign required (hold harmless)
forms, complete intern evaluation at the end of the semester.
- Provide a safe, rewarding work
- Be accommodating with studentís schedule.
- Complete all required
paperwork: Basic information sheet describing your work
experience to date, a Hold Harmless Packet, provide a copy of
your transcript showing the number of BOT units completed, Goals
& Objectives form, Timesheet (obtain supervisorís signature
after appropriate hours on the job), and end-of-internship
report (one page).
- Communicate with training site
and Coordinator in a timely manner on all issues.
- Complete the internship within
the specified time allowed during the semester.
- Represent the college in a
positive way as an intern.
If you're interested in participating in the BOT Internship
program, contact the Internship Coordinator at
We'll then see what kind of working environment you're interested in
(whether it be on or off campus) and I'll assist you in finding a
site that is in need of an intern's assistance. It's up to you, the
potential intern, to enroll in the class (see chart above), then
contact the me to begin the process of finding an internship site