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Presentation portion of a webinar that reviews the Quaickstart Internship System by CreativeInterns.com to create a quality internship program.

Presentation portion of a webinar that reviews the Quaickstart Internship System by CreativeInterns.com to create a quality internship program.

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  • Find future employees and increase employee-retention rateIncrease productivityGive back to the communityInterns bring a fresh perspective and enthusiasm to your teamInterns can bring a continuous flow of ideas into your organization
  • Find future employees and increase employee-retention rateIncrease productivityGive back to the communityInterns bring a fresh perspective and enthusiasm to your teamInterns can bring a continuous flow of ideas into your organization

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  • How To Create and Launch AQuality Internship ProgramMARC SCOLERICEO, Co-Founder of CreativeInterns.commarc@creativeinterns.com/ skype: marcscoleri
  • Who am I?• Marc Scoleri, CEO and Co-Founder of CreativeInterns.com a division of Creative Village, LLC.• Over 15 years experience in career services, talent management and career education. • Executive Committee Member and Director of Career Services at The Art Institute of New York City. • Career Advisor for The Art Institute of Philadelphia • Professional Recruiter for Aerotek and Fortune 500 Corporations. • Regional Director for Vitamin T a division of Aquent’s Creative Staffing Agency.• Get LinkedIn with me marc@creativeinterns.com
  • Did You Know…1. Any size company can have an internship program2. Customize program to add value to company + intern3. CreativeInterns.com helps you customize an internship program and find interns
  • Get Ready to Learn!1. How can an internship program help your business grow?2. What are the components to creating a quality internship program?3. What resources are available for customizing and promoting an internship program?
  • 10 Business Benefits
  • Consider this…
  • 2. What are the components to creating a quality internship program?
  • Create An Internship Structure toEnsure a Quality Experience Interview Candidates Implement On-boarding Program (orientation) Improvements Program Evaluation Start Internship Exit interview & Intern Evaluations Intern Evaluation & Verbal Feedback Finish Internship
  • Additional Components To AQuality Internship Program • Program Mission • Requirements, Goals and Objectives • Welcome Packet for Interns • Recruiting Plan • Job Descriptions with Learning Exercises • Agreements/Offer Letters for Legal Reasons • Time Log: For-Credit Academic Considerations • Specialized Considerations for Your Business
  • Why is a Quality ProgramNecessary? 1. Legitimate businesses will have a written program to show universities, applicants and employees 2. Provides continuous improvement as the program grows and needs change 3. Quality experience for the interns = Brand Ambassadors 4. Others can manage the program once it’s created
  • 100% Guaranteed Solution • Step By Step Directions with Examples • Create An Internship Program Mission • Create Internship Program Requirements • Create Internship Program Objectives • Create Learning Exercises and Job Descriptions • Create A Recruiting Plan • 60 Minute Program Consultation • General Program Recommendations • Paid Internships VS. Unpaid Internships • CreativeInterns.com The Website • Customizable Forms And Resources • Form A: Paid Internship Offer Letter • Form B: Unpaid Internship Offer Letter • Form C: Unpaid For-Credit Internship Offer Letter • Form D: Internship Hours Log • Form E: Intern Evaluation • Form F: Program Evaluation • Form G: Welcome Packet Template for InternsFor assistance email Marc Scoleri: • Form H: Internship Program Templatemarc@creativeinterns.com
  • Types of Internships• Unpaid Internship• Paid Internship• For-Credit• Stipend• Virtual• Onsite• Combination
  • Benefits of Unpaid & For-CreditInternships• No or Low Cost• Save $$$ on labor• Current students only
  • Benefits of Paid & StipendInternships• Attract interns anytime of the year• Students and graduates can participate• Flexibility to offer bonuses for hitting performance goals and growth incentives
  • Quickstart Internship System Don’t Waste Time – Download Instantly Reduced from $795 Webinar Special Offer $497• Use the Quickstart Internship System to create a quality internship program• Grow your business with low cost intern talent• Save $$$ by implementing a quality program• Create a quality experience for the interns = Brand Ambassadors• Others can manage the program once it’s created• Attract interns anytime of the year• Students and graduates can participateTo purchase email Marc Scoleri: marc@creativeinterns.com
  • Create A Quality Internship Program • Step By Step Directions with Examples • Create An Internship Program Mission • Create Internship Program Requirements • Create Internship Program Objectives • Create Learning Exercises And Job Descriptions • Create A Recruiting Plan • 60 Minute Program Consultation • General Program Recommendations • Paid Internships VS. Unpaid Internships • CreativeInterns.com The Website • Customizable Forms And Resources • Form A: Paid Internship Offer Letter • Form B: Unpaid Internship Offer Letter • Form C: Unpaid For-Credit Internship Offer Letter • Form D: Internship Hours Log • Form E: Intern Evaluation • Form F: Program Evaluation • Form G: Welcome Packet Template for InternsTo download email Marc Scoleri: • Form H: Internship Program Templatemarc@creativeinterns.com
  • Create A Mission • A mission statement is a short and focused statement of purpose for your internship program  describe the programs’ fundamental purpose for the interns, company, clients, employees, and/o r the general public
  • Internship Program MissionExamples• Disney Theme Park and Resorts Management Internships offer participants the opportunity to work in a professional setting while adding real-world experience to their résumé from a world-renowned entertainment company.• The White House Internship Program’s mission is to make the “People’s House” accessible to future leaders from around the nation.
  • Create Goals/Objectives • Low cost labor • Reduce recruiting costs and hiring risks • Innovation & new ideas • Research assistance • Identify new talent for specific tasks
  • Develop A Formal Written Program • Create an intern manual or welcome packet • Create a recruiting plan to attract interns • Create job descriptions with learning exercises • Create agreements/offer letters for interns • Create an internship process & support structure • Create an evaluation process
  • Quickstart Internship System Don’t Waste Time - Get Started Today Reduced from $795 Webinar Special Offer $497 Quickstart Internship System (Instant Download) + 60 Minute Consultation via Phone or Skype with Marc Scoleri, Co-Founder of CreativeInterns.com = A Quality Internship Program
  • Quality Internship Program Solution • Step By Step Directions with Examples • Create An Internship Program Mission • Create Internship Program Requirements • Create Internship Program Objectives • Create Learning Exercises And Job Descriptions • Create A Recruiting Plan • 60 Minute Program Consultation • General Program Recommendations • Paid Internships VS. Unpaid Internships • CreativeInterns.com The Website • Customizable Forms And Resources • Form A: Paid Internship Offer Letter • Form B: Unpaid Internship Offer Letter • Form C: Unpaid For-Credit Internship Offer Letter • Form D: Internship Hours Log • Form E: Intern Evaluation • Form F: Program Evaluation • Form G: Welcome Packet Template for InternsTo purchase email Marc Scoleri: • Form H: Internship Program Templatemarc@creativeinterns.com
  • Create a Recruiting Plan• Online Resources - ex. CreativeInterns.com• Social Media Resources – ex. Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn• Colleges and Universities• Open Houses or Internship Fairs
  • Create An InternWelcome Packet• Provide a document with important information: • Policies & procedures • Expectations • Agreements • Company summary • Location information • Job description • Learning exercises • Other important information
  • Agreements Form A: [Sample Offer Letter: Paid Internship] Date Name Address City, State Zip Code Re: Paid Internship Offer Dear ___________ (Intern Name), We are excited to offer you a paid internship opportunity with _______________ (the “Company”). As agreed, your internship is expected to start _____________ (Start Date and Time) and end __________ (End Date). As an intern, you are responsible for keeping track of your internship hours and providing all appropriate paperwork to your educational institution for college credit. The internship duration can be extended, shortened or discontinued without advance notice by the internship site supervisor or Company. Here is a brief description of the internship duties and/or expectations: [INSERT JOB DESCRIPTION AND/OR EXPECTATIONS HERE] As a paid intern, you will be considered a temporary employee. Temporary employees do not qualify for benefits that are given to Company employees such as salary, wages and compensation of any kind. You will not qualify for sick leave, vacation pay, holiday pay, 401 (k) plans, health benefits or any other benefits given to Company employees. You understand that participation in this paid internship program is not an offer for full-time employment, and (Sample from Quickstart Internship System) completion of the internship does not entitle you to full-time employment with our Company. Your temporary employment status is at-will and can be terminated at anytime by you or the Company without cause and without notice. By accepting this internship offer you agree to follow all Company policies, procedures and ethical standards that apply to non-Company interns. Access to confidential Company information, digital documents and trade secrets during the internship is possible. By accepting this internship you agree to keep this entire information confidential, refrain from using it for your own purposes or from disclosing this information to anyone outside the Company. At the conclusion of the internship you agree to return all Company property, equipment, documents and digitally stored files, images and videos. This temporary employment offer is contingent upon the receipt of proper identification and verification of your authorization to work within the United States. This letter describes the offer and terms of the paid internship with our Company and can be modified only if both parties agree and sign the document after the changes are made.
  • Evaluations• Continue developing and improving the program • Manager, intern and program evaluations Form E: Intern Evaluation This evaluation form is designed to assist internship supervisors in giving feedback to interns as well as help interns measure their progress. Introduce this form to the intern before they start and explain the evaluation expectations. Supervisors may choose to evaluate interns more than once depending on the length of the internship. Please rate the interns on a scale of 1-5 in the following areas: 1 = Unacceptable Performance 2 = Below Average 3 = Average 4 = Above Average 5 = Excellent ____Ability to Follow Directions ____Quality of Work ____Accepts those with Different Values ____Initiative ____Adaptability to New Situations ____Potential for the Profession ____Attendance ____Punctuality ____Communication Skills ____Technical Knowledge ____Organizational Skills ____Willingness to Learn Overall Performance Rating: Total Points: _____________ 48-60 Points = High Performance 36-47 Points = Good Performance 12-35 Points = Low Performance What are the intern’s greatest strengths? Sample from Quickstart Internship System
  • 3. What resources areavailable for customizing and promoting an internship program?
  • Promoting Your Program Quickstart Internship CreativeInterns.com System Social Media Company Website Colleges & Universities Hire Quality Interns
  • Quickstart Internship System Buy Now and Receive Reduced from $795 Webinar Special Offer $497 Quickstart Internship System (Instant Download) + 60 Minute Consultation via Phone or Skype with Marc Scoleri, Co-Founder of CreativeInterns.com = A Quality Internship Program
  • Quality Internship Program Solution • Step By Step Directions with Examples • Create An Internship Program Mission • Create Internship Program Requirements • Create Internship Program Objectives • Create Learning Exercises And Job Descriptions • Create A Recruiting Plan • 60 Minute Program Consultation • General Program Recommendations • Paid Internships VS. Unpaid Internships • CreativeInterns.com The Website • Customizable Forms And Resources • Form A: Paid Internship Offer Letter • Form B: Unpaid Internship Offer Letter • Form C: Unpaid For-Credit Internship Offer Letter • Form D: Internship Hours Log • Form E: Intern Evaluation • Form F: Program Evaluation • Form G: Welcome Packet Template for InternsFor assistance email Marc Scoleri: • Form H: Internship Program Templatemarc@creativeinterns.com
  • Quickstart Internship System Reduced from $795 Special Offer $497 Buy Now and ReceiveQuickstart Internship System +60 Minute Consultation via Phone or Skype withMarc Scoleri, Co-Founder of CreativeInterns.com = To purchase email Marc Scoleri:A Quality Internship Program marc@creativeinterns.com
  • For Assistance:Contact Marc Scoleri:marc@creativeinterns.comPromote Your Jobs:
  • Reference Websites• CreativeInterns.com • www.CreativeInterns.com• Department of Labor • www.dol.gov• Disney Careers • http://profinterns.disneycareers.com/en/about-disney- professional-internships/overview/• White House Internship Program • http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/internships