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    • 2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow Paid Internships (in challenging times) Charlie Katz , Director, AB Development, NAF Bernie Sheridan, Senior Director, Internship Development, NAF
    • Paid Internships (in challenging times) AGENDA
      • Introductions
      • “ Old” Standards
      • “ Gold” Standards
      • Got Internships?
        • Who has found them this summer?
        • What is working now?
      • Stepping “Outside the Bun”
        • Creative ideas for retaining and growing internships in the Fall of 2009 and beyond
      • Next steps
      • Resources
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • “ OLD” Standards
      • Paid internship position
      • 6-10 weeks
      • During the summer between the junior
      • and senior years of high school
      • Extension of the classroom
      • Supervised
      • Internship Toolkit
      • Three Stakeholder Groups: Students, schools and employers
      • Three Timeframes: Before, during and after
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • “ Gold” Standards
      • #1: Internships are part of a continuum of work-based
      • learning. 
      • #2: Internships are compensated.
      • #3: Internships address education equity.
      • #4: Internships are based on identified youth learning
      • objectives.
      • #5: Internship experiences align with academic learning.
      • #6: Internships produce valuable work that furthers employers’ organizational goals.
      • #7: All participants are prepared for and reflect upon internship experiences.
      • #8: Systems are in place to support internship participants throughout the experience.
      • #9: Internships are assessed against identified youth learning objectives.
      • #10: Internships occur in safe and supportive environments.
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • got internships? ?
      • Who has found internships this summer?
      • Where? How?
      • What’s working now?
      • Are all internships for the summer?
      • Other ideas?
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • Stepping “Outside the Bun”
      • Where else can you look for internships?
        • Chamber of Commerce, Industry associations, Service organizations
      • Changing “job” to “internship”
      • Stipends/scholarships vs. paychecks (undocumented students)
      • Advisory Board intern position
      • Local / regional government positions
      • Cross-selling between Academy themes
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • Next Steps
      • Start NOW!
      • Corporate budget / calendar
      • Internship Committee
      • Post-internship recognition event
      • Review the Internship Toolkit
        • www.nafconnect.org/advisoryboards
      • Employ an “Evolution of the Relationship” model
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • “ Evolution of the Relationship”
      • Sequential steps :
        • Classroom presentations (an hour)
        • Job shadowing (a half-day)
        • Mentoring (once or twice a month)
        • Student conferences / internship preparation (full day)
        • Paid Internships (240 – 400 hours)
      • “ Let your business partners get used to the water, before you ask them to dive into the deep end”
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • Resources
      • www.nafconnect.org , Advisory Board tab
      • The Internship Toolkit
      • Bernie Sheridan
        • [email_address]
      • Charlie Katz
        • [email_address]
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow
    • You Got Questions?...
      • We got answers!
      2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow