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  • NAF’s goal is to clarify policy, come up with materials, etc. Pay - stipends, scholarship, independent contractor, minimum wage or higher
  • Bundling unpaid and paid (half price internship)

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  • Paid Internships How to Get ‘em, How to Keep ‘em 2008 Summer Institute Thursday, July 10 2:00 – 3:15 p.m. Presented by: Yvette Furlonge, AVP, Human Resources, Bank of New York Mellon Laura Fidler, Project Manager Charlie Katz, Director, Advisory Board Development Marie Segares, Partnership Manager National Academy Foundation
  • Agenda
    • Introductions
    • Internships – A Business Partner’s Perspective
    • Paid Internships Defined
    • How to Get ‘em
    • How to Keep ‘em
    • Internship Toolkit
    • Wrap Up, Q&A
  • Paid Internships
    • A Business Partner’s Perspective
      • Readying a new generation
      • Real world experience
      • Return on investment
  • Paid Internships Defined
    • “ Quality” internship
    • 100% of “eligible” students
    • Creativity and flexibility
      • Alternatives to the “model”
    • Unpaid internships - being creative with “pay”
    • Competing with free college internships
    • Internship curriculum
    • When do you start, and why
    • Internship Toolkit
  • Competing with “Free” Internships
    • Our students are typically from lower socio-economic groups and NEED the money
    • Students (and all others) are motivated by being compensated for their efforts
    • Students have the “ah-haa” moment when they see how they are compensated for what they know
    • Employers’ expectations and students’ output and productivity are raised when compensation is involved
    • “ Free” internships continue to foster this country’s “caste system”
  • How to Get ‘em
    • Advisory Board members
    • Internship committee
    • Chamber of Commerce
    • Service clubs (Kiwanis, Rotary, etc.)
    • Professional associations
    • Small business opportunities
    • NAF alumni
    • 10 th grade unpaid experience (“try before you buy”)
    • Other?
  • How to Keep ‘em
    • Reward and recognition
    • Involvement during year
    • Asking again - early (business budget cycle)
    • Other?
  • Internship Toolkit Online
    • www.naf.org
    • Internship Toolkit
    • Director section
    • Employer section
    • Student section
    • Reference in curriculum
    • Reference to “employability” skills
  • Questions?
  • Contacts
    • Yvette Furlonge, AVP, Human Resources
    • Bank of New York Mellon
    • [email_address]
    • Laura Fidler, Project Manager, NAF
    • [email_address]
    • Charlie Katz, Director, Advisory Board Development, NAF
    • [email_address]
    • Marie Segares, Partnership Manager, NAF
    • [email_address]