Hosting an internship program is a “win-win”, providing extra support for your organization while offering practical learning experiences for students, empowering younger generations of workers – and in fact, allowing you to vet and onboard prospective full-time employees.
This 10-hour in-depth class includes all of the necessary components to host a successful internship program that meets your organization’s needs and provides a supportive, educational experience for your interns. It gives you the tips and tools to navigate the challenges and obstacles you might encounter.
Your course registration will include a handbook of all needed templates of HR materials, assessments, task lists, effective resources, work plans, and job descriptions to launch a successful program.
Two 15-minute breaks each day at instructor’s discretion
DAY 1. Session I (2.5 hours)
INTRODUCTION: WHY HAVE AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM?
DAY 1. Session II (2.5 hours)
FUNDAMENTALS OF AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM and
STRUCTURING YOUR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
DAY 2. Session I (2.5 hours)
FINDING AND SUCCESSFULLY HOSTING INTERNS
Recruiting Best Interns: Marketing your organizations Internship program
Reviewing Resumes and Interviewing Candidates
Recruiting DEI and Non-Traditional Interns
Creating a Positive Internship Experience
DAY 2. Session II (2.5 hours)
COMPENSATION, BENEFITS, AND LEGAL ISSUES OF INTERNSHIPS and “OFF-BOARDING” YOUR INTERNS
Compensation, Benefits, and Legal Issues of Internships
CONCLUSIONS AND LAST THOUGHTS
Each session’s recorded link will be available within 24 hrs after the completion of each live daily session and will remain available to participants only for one month after the course ends.
Groups of four or more receive a 25% discount off the otherwise applicable rate. Us the coupon code ‘GROUP25’ at checkout to get the 25% discount.
Cancel up to 30 days in advance for a full refund. Thereafter, refund is 75% of registration fee. Registrations may be transferred to another person at no cost. Transfers to alternate dates/locations are generally available at no cost.
Bill Edelstein is a consultant specializing in helping not-for-profits develop diversified revenue streams. He holds Advanced Degrees in Education and Not-for-Profit Development. His professional work is focused on Donor Relations and Fundraising. Bill is an adjunct professor at John Jay College of the City University of New York.
Bill Edelstein DevelopmentConsultant.org
I participated in the P2P webinar which, by the way, was amazing. Thanks for all the information you shared. – Elliot, Adcieo
Thank you Bill!! I enjoyed the presentation, in fact one of the best I have attended in some time. – Wendy, Ferris State University
A great Grant Writing Class 101! – Cheryl, Tulane University
Keep up the great work. Really glad I was able to join today. – Anna, Community Bridges
Thanks so much for an amazing Webinar. So much info there. I’ve already sent my notes to the fundraisers but I am glad they will be getting your recording! – Diana, St. Joseph Center
Thank you for your time and effort teaching this course – I am really enjoying participating with other ‘students’! – Liz, AFTD
GREAT CLASSES! – Karen, Chicago Urban League
I’d like to thank you once again for the great virtual facilitation and training sessions. You were patient, understanding, engaging, and checked in with us on our learning in several ways. I admit that this is a very busy time for me as it is reporting season so I wasn’t able to participate in the homework the way I would have liked. I was so grateful that I felt nothing but understanding from you and was able to learn so much from your sessions! – Clarinda, United Way of Central Minnesota
Thank you Bill. I found the course helpful because you provided a comprehensive overview of all the moving parts with grants management and specific resources to help. – Julia, Wings for Kids