Presentation on theme: "Internship Program Supervisor Orientation. Agenda Internship Benefits Supervisor Responsibilities Internship Program Calendar Supervising Academy Interns."— Presentation transcript:
Internship Program Supervisor Orientation
Agenda Internship Benefits Supervisor Responsibilities Internship Program Calendar Supervising Academy Interns Activity Assessment Expectations Intern Work Plan Interns First Day Schedule HR Requirements and Required Forms Next Steps Gold Standard 7: Employers receive orientation and training about how to engage youth in internships to maximize their own participation and youth’s learning experiences.
Internship Benefits Gold Standard 3: Internships are part of a high quality education that equips students with the knowledge and skills to achieve their full intellectual and social potential. For employers: cost-effective means of completing projects fresh perspective on problems reduction in training and recruitment costs increase in employee morale opportunity to provide students with "real ‐ world" experience to complement their academic preparation For students: motivation to succeed in school acquire practical employability skills see the relevance of NAF curriculum learn responsibility and financial literacy Begin establishing a professional network connect with employers who can for future opportunities
Supervisor Responsibilities Page 3
SunMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 3 Wk Intern Orientation & First Day 6 7 Financial Literacy Training: 11-1: Wk Financial Literacy Training: 11-1: Wk Lunch & Learn Wk 4 25 Lunch & Learn Wk Lunch & Learn 45 7 Wk 6 89 Lunch & Learn 1011 Intern Assessment Due 12 Intern’s Last Day & Presentations Gold Standard 8: A defined timeframe for internships. Gold Standard 5: Internship experiences align with academic learning.
Supervising Academy Interns Activity Page 5 of Supervisor Manual 1.Pair Up 2.Plan out a scenario o Consider showing the “dos” and the “don’ts” 3.Rehearse 4.Present your “tip” and act it out Gold Standard 7: Youth understand what to expect from an internship, and what they must contribute to maximize career skill development.
Assessment Formal Final Internship Assessment is due before intern last day. Informal Supervisors should schedule weekly check-in meetings to ensure that ongoing feedback and evaluation are provided. Gold Standard 8: An evaluation process of and by employers, youth, educators and parents. Gold Standard 9: Internships are assessed against identified youth interests and learning objectives.
Intern Work Plan Include: – Intern’s hours – Weekly check-in time with supervisor – Goals and projects your department (reference position description) – Tasks the intern will need to perform to complete each project/goal – Expected timeline to guide pacing and work load Gold Standard 4: Internships are stated in youth-centered, written, individual learning plans, differentiated for youth skill levels. Gold Standard 6: Internships produce valuable work that furthers employers’ organizational goals. Submit work plan on [date] to [Internship Coordinator].
Interns’ First Day Gold Standard 8: A defined timeframe for internships. Gold Standard 5: Internship experiences align with academic learning. All Intern Orientation Company Lunch Department Orientation 1.Introduction to department & workspace 2. Discuss intern’s goals, strengths and weaknesses 3. Share work plan 4.Department training (see “Four Steps to Effective Training” in Supervisor Manual)
Next Steps Complete required forms Discuss schedule and vacation time with team Complete and submit work plan by [date] Review calendar with department and prepare for intern first day on [date]