This study aims to determine the implementation of industrial work practices and to find out the results of the implementation of industrial work practices at vocational high schools in South Minahasa Regency. This research is an evaluative study using the CIPP evaluation model approach. This research was conducted in the vocational high school multimedia expertise program in South Minahasa Regency. The subjects of this study were 50 students and 8 mentors. The research instruments used were documentation, open questionnaire and closed questionnaire, and observation. The research data obtained were then analyzed by descriptive statistics. The results of this study were 44 participants with a percentage of 88% the business word or the Industrial world Guidance stated that the category was moderate, so it was necessary to improve communication skills for students. School guidance as many as 32 students with a percentage of 64% stated that the category was moderate so it was necessary to increase the intensity of monitoring from the supervisor recommended by the school. The performance of students in implementing apprenticeship states that as many as 3 mentors with a percentage of 37% stated the moderate category, and as many as 5 mentors with a percentage of 63% stated the high category. The results of apprenticeship shows that the work readiness of 16 students with a percentage of 32% stated the medium category and as many as 34 students with a percentage of 68% stated the high category.