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  • Win Win Internship

    1. 1. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />The Win-Win InternshipDr. Julianne Gassman and Richard Potter <br />
    2. 2. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />Introductions<br />What do you think of when you hear the word, “intern?”<br />
    3. 3. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />American Humanics<br /><ul><li> National Certification
    4. 4. Preparing Nonprofit Leaders
    5. 5. What it means when your intern is AH Certified</li></li></ul><li>American Humanics Nonprofit Partners<br />
    6. 6. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />What Can Students Offer?<br /><ul><li> Highly motivated to make a difference
    7. 7. Connections to their University/College
    8. 8. Willingness to work hard for minimal pay
    9. 9. Access to </li></ul> alternative funding<br />
    10. 10. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />Why Students Choose NPO’s<br />The Nonprofit Sector is Enormous<br />1.4 million registered NPO’s<br />$1.6 trillion in revenue<br />12.9 million employees<br />NPO’s account for more than 7% of America’s GDP<br />Fairly competitive salaries<br />Only 15% salary gap between NPO’s and for-profits.<br />2008 Nonprofit Almanac, published by Urban Institute. www.urban.org<br />
    11. 11. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />Why Students Choose NPO’s<br />$30 - $120K is an average salary range<br />$60K national average for Executive Director<br />640,000 senior level management positions needed over the next 10 years<br />2008 Nonprofit Almanac, published by Urban Institute. www.urban.org<br />
    12. 12. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />Why Students ChooseNPO’scontinued<br /><ul><li>“Nonprofit jobs are available, desirable, and significant growth is projected over the next ten years.”
    13. 13. Over the next decade NPO’s will need to attract and train 640,000 new senior managers.” </li></ul>www.bridgespan.org<br />The Nonprofit Sector’s Leadership Deficit, Thomas J. Tierney<br />
    14. 14. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />What Interns Need<br />YOU to spark their interest<br />Gain students’ attention<br />Utilize Career Services Departments<br />Help students’ see potential nonprofit career opportunities<br />
    15. 15. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />Internships 101<br /><ul><li> Provide Diverse Task Opportunities and Experiences
    16. 16. Allow student to develop personal skills
    17. 17. Expand student’s </li></ul> knowledge of the field<br /><ul><li> Provide frequent </li></ul> opportunities for self <br /> and supervisor feedback<br />Adapted from University of Northern Iowa’s LYHS Internship Manual,07-08<br />
    18. 18. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />What Interns Needcontinued<br /><ul><li>Job Descriptions
    19. 19. Project Specific
    20. 20. Department Specific
    21. 21. Rotational
    22. 22. Organized Training and Supervision
    23. 23. Include education</li></ul>on your organization’s<br />culture.<br /><ul><li>Time for Reflection</li></li></ul><li>American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />What Interns Needcontinued<br />Financial Compensation<br />Organizational Recognition<br />Leads to <br />Appropriate<br /> Employment<br />
    24. 24. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />How Interns Benefit You<br />Increase your organization’s visibility<br />Provides your staff with supervisory experience<br />Better candidate pool<br />Increases staff diversity<br />Quality work, at lesser cost<br />
    25. 25. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />Resources<br />Total Internship Management<br />Employers Guide and <br />Supervisor’s Handbook<br />www.internbridge.com<br />The Nonprofit Career Guide: how to land a job that makes a difference<br />www.nonprofitcareerguide.org<br />
    26. 26. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />Questions?Thank You!<br />
    27. 27. American Humanics, Inc.<br />Preparing next generation nonprofit leaders<br />For more information please contact:<br />Richard Potter<br />Director, Marketing & Communications<br />American Humanics<br />1100 Walnut, Suite 1900<br />Kansas City, MO 64106<br />richard.potter@humanics.org<br />(816) 561-6415 x.106<br />(800) 343-6466 x.106<br />www.humanics.org<br />Julianne Gassman, Ph.D.<br />Executive Director, American Humanics<br />University of Northern Iowa<br />HPC 106<br />2351 Hudson Rd.<br />Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0156<br />gassman@uni.edu<br />(319) 273-2264<br />

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