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Blog Recap: Developing and Managing a Strong Internship Program

  Blog Recap: Developing and Managing a Strong Internship Program   Check out the blog links below for tips and strategies to develop and manage a strong internship program: Sign Up for a Free Internship Program Assessment Why Should I Hire An Internship Consultant? Develop A Plan For Your Internship Program Don’t Believe These 5 …

New SFA Internship First of its Kind in U.S.

New SFA Internship First of its Kind in U.S. By Alyssa Faykus, Staff Writer SFA’s College of Liberal and Applied Arts has a new program to help students gain real-world experience and increase their likelihood of getting job offers. The Applied Skills Internship is the first program of its kind in the nation. The program …

From Interns to Influencers: Foster Youth Internship Program a Growing Force on Federal Policy

  By John Kelly Tiffany Boyd, a former foster youth from Long Beach, Calif., had been interning in the office of Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) all summer. But save a “Hello” here and a “Good morning” there, she hadn’t yet had occasion to speak with her summer employer, who sits on several committees and keeps …

The Corporate Culture at America’s Second-Fastest-Growing Media Company

  At Twomentor, we share bi-weekly thought leadership from phenomenal executives and social entrepreneurs focused on: a diverse skilled workforce, social impact entrepreneurship, mentoring cultures, sponsorship and elevating women in their careers. This week we caught up with the Chief Operating Officer of Render Media, Rachel Bullock. She gets it! They say culture eats strategy …

How to create and manage a successful internship program (Part 2)

  How to create and manage a successful internship program (Part 2) By Nicole Cendrowski, director of engagement, A-LINE Interactive While the nature of an internship may require independent work, it’s important to provide guidance and feedback during projects, especially in the event of hiccups, mistakes, and challenges. Last week, I shared some guidance from …

How to create and manage a successful internship program (Part 1)

  How to create and manage a successful internship program (Part 1) By Nicole Cendrowski, director of engagement, A-LINE Interactive The key to a successful internship is to build a strong foundation before the interview process begins. First, develop a clear job description. Second, ensure you and your team have the time and energy to …

Confession: I’ve Failed Three Interns

  If you are a regular reader, you know I am a huge proponent of internship programs. I’ve supervised nearly twenty interns in eleven academic disciplines in the last six years. Many were absolutely amazing. Others not so much. I advocate for internship programs not because I have always had fantastic experiences, but because I …

Cleveland State University receives $500,000 for internship program

  Cleveland State University receives $500,000 for internship program By Karen Farkas, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland State University has received a $500,000 gift to support service learning, paid internships and opportunities to study abroad. The Bonnie and Peter Raquet High Impact Learning Fund will help students in the College of Liberal Arts and Social …

Another Successful Summer for the SHRM

  Another Successful Summer for the SHRM By Kathleen Coulombe 2017 proved to be another great year for the SHRM/Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) internship program. With a successful pilot year in the books for 2016, the program expanded from California to two additional states—Texas and Illinois. For 2017, four interns completed summer internships at …

EDITORIAL: Inequity of Unpaid Internships

  EDITORIAL: Inequity of Unpaid Internships By The Hoya Editorial Board For many students looking to gain valuable work experience and make an income, unpaid internships can be an unfortunate reality. Although the Georgetown University Student Association should be commended for its recent efforts to financially support students pursuing these opportunities, it is vital that …