Welcome to theAcademy of Finance<br />Northeast High School <br />St. Petersburg, FL<br />
Introduction<br />Debbie Fischer, AOF Director<br />Elisa Petro, Academy Accounting Teacher<br />Maggie Saturley, Academy ...
AOF Mission Statement<br /><ul><li>Students  will
Learn business skills to prepare for the future
Learn money management by making better financial decisions
Practice real-life workplace applications</li></li></ul><li>Purpose<br />Inform participants how to develop internship opp...
Facilitated Discussion
Group Activity
Large Group Discussion
10 Minute Break
Reports
Wrap Up</li></li></ul><li>What are Compensated Internships?<br /><ul><li>Paid internships in the community
Volunteer Hours towards Florida’s Bright Future Scholarship
75 hours
AcademyScholarship Opportunities
Elective Credits
Dual Enrollment College Credits for Program Completers
Uniforms
Campus Based Volunteer Opportunities</li></li></ul><li>Paid Internships  Preparing for the Future<br /><ul><li>Achieva Cre...
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Internships Are Out There: Find The Right Opportunity

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Northeast High School AOF will share best practices for providing paid internships and other meaningful work-based learning opportunities that are attractive to future employees.

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  • Debbie
  • Introduce each person.
  • Huber
  • Huber
  • Saturley
  • Fischer
  • Fischer
  • Fischer
  • Fischer
  • Dawn
  • ElisaEvolution of the program – Consultation services by students traveling out into the community.
  • ElisaSame skills on job sites are also reinforced on campus opportunities.Ethics - Confidentiality
  • Elisa
  • Maggie
  • Maggie30 minutes of work time
  • Distribute tickets as participants enter room after break.Draw two prizes for returning on time.
  • Debbie
  • Draw for two prizes again
  • Internships Are Out There: Find The Right Opportunity

    1. 1. Welcome to theAcademy of Finance<br />Northeast High School <br />St. Petersburg, FL<br />
    2. 2. Introduction<br />Debbie Fischer, AOF Director<br />Elisa Petro, Academy Accounting Teacher<br />Maggie Saturley, Academy English Teacher<br />Dawn Huber, Achieva Credit Union, AOF Advisory Board Member<br />
    3. 3. AOF Mission Statement<br /><ul><li>Students will
    4. 4. Learn business skills to prepare for the future
    5. 5. Learn money management by making better financial decisions
    6. 6. Practice real-life workplace applications</li></li></ul><li>Purpose<br />Inform participants how to develop internship opportunities.<br />Goal<br /><ul><li>Gain valuable knowledge of how to develop compensated internships for academy students.</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br /><ul><li>Interactive Presentation
    7. 7. Facilitated Discussion
    8. 8. Group Activity
    9. 9. Large Group Discussion
    10. 10. 10 Minute Break
    11. 11. Reports
    12. 12. Wrap Up</li></li></ul><li>What are Compensated Internships?<br /><ul><li>Paid internships in the community
    13. 13. Volunteer Hours towards Florida’s Bright Future Scholarship
    14. 14. 75 hours
    15. 15. AcademyScholarship Opportunities
    16. 16. Elective Credits
    17. 17. Dual Enrollment College Credits for Program Completers
    18. 18. Uniforms
    19. 19. Campus Based Volunteer Opportunities</li></li></ul><li>Paid Internships Preparing for the Future<br /><ul><li>Achieva Credit Union
    20. 20. John Handel & Associates
    21. 21. New York Life
    22. 22. PSCU Financial Services
    23. 23. Raymond James Bank
    24. 24. Raymond James Financial</li></li></ul><li>Viking Branch <br />Sponsored by Achieva Credit Union<br /><ul><li>Provides an opportunity to gain real world experience in the financial field.
    25. 25. Allows students to work with members, promote accuracy and efficiency, and learn to work under pressure.
    26. 26. Students are compensated by course credit, volunteer hours, and college credits.</li></li></ul><li>Processes for <br />Viking Branch Internship <br /><ul><li>Prepare resume
    27. 27. Complete application
    28. 28. Ninth grade behavioral interview (PSCU Financial)
    29. 29. Second interview (Achieva Credit Union)
    30. 30. Summer training (Achieva Credit Union)
    31. 31. Management
    32. 32. Teller
    33. 33. Member Service Advisor
    34. 34. Marketing
    35. 35. Auditing
    36. 36. Document volunteer hours towards Florida Bright Futures Scholarship
    37. 37. Compliance Training
    38. 38. Job Shadowing
    39. 39. Performance Evaluation</li></li></ul><li>Positions in the <br />Viking Branch<br /><ul><li>Branch Managers
    40. 40. Assistant Managers
    41. 41. Member Service Advisors (MSA)
    42. 42. Head Tellers
    43. 43. Tellers
    44. 44. Auditing Team
    45. 45. Marketing Team
    46. 46. Trainers</li></li></ul><li>VITA Program<br />Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Internal Revenue Service<br />The VITA program at Northeast High is a collaboration with the local office of the IRS to provide free tax preparation to the general public.  Students begin training at the end of November and conclude the end of January.  Towards the end of the training, students are then tested and certified to prepare tax returns electronically.  The VITA service officially starts on February 1st of each year and ends on April 15th, the end of tax season.  Students are responsible for scheduling, preparing, interviewing, and submitting tax returns electronically.  <br />
    47. 47. Workplace Competencies<br />Attendance/Punctuality<br />Work Habits<br />Communication<br />Team Member<br />Ethics/Integrity<br />Attire<br />
    48. 48. Advisory Board <br />Highly involved in providing experiential and financial components for the program. <br />Business Partners are a key component to the success of the Academy of Finance.<br />Serves as an advocate for the academy to educational, political, and business communities.<br />Provides paid internships for academy students. <br />Consists of members of the business community that meet on a monthly basis.<br />Provides industry expertise to support academy curriculum.<br />
    49. 49. Integrated Curriculum <br />9th Grade – Peer Editing, Presentation, Listening, and Interpersonal Skills, Job Applications, Professional Dress, Team Building, Mock Interviews<br />10th Grade – Resumes, Cover Letters, Research Skills, Behavioral Interviews, IAMME Program, Business Plan<br />11th Grade – Internet Research Skills, Ethics, Integrity, Junior Achievement, Video Conferencing<br />12th Grade – Certifications, Portfolios, Franklin Templeton Presents<br />
    50. 50. Activity<br />
    51. 51. Team Time to Complete Compensated Internship Template – 20 minutes<br />
    52. 52. Break Time<br />
    53. 53. Teams Report<br />
    54. 54. Contact us at<br />Maggie Saturley<br />University of South Florida<br />msaturley@me.com<br />Dawn Huber<br />Achieva Credit Union<br />dhuber@achievacu.com<br />Debbie Fischer<br />Northeast High School<br />fischerd@pcsb.org<br />Elisa Petro<br />Northeast High School<br />petroe@pcsb.org<br />
    55. 55. Closing Remarks and Questions<br />

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