3 Bill EnrightPresident and Director of Operations at Global Education AssociationDirector of Domestic and International Training at Illinois Institute of Technology for 12 yearsPolitical Science Faculty at College of Dupage
4 PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS Faculty from:Illinois Institute of TechnologyCollege of DupageDePaul University
5 Internships and Businesses Summer campVisit a company 4 days per weekImprove your understanding of businessImprove your English skillsTour ChicagoTour New York, Washington DC, and Boston (optional)
7 Why Do An Internship? Learn New Skills Create business relationships Learn how business worksImprove your English
8 What Type of Internship Work in your field of studyIn an area you interested in but not your major such as music or photographyWork in an area you don’t know anything about such as medicine or farmingWork for Government or a schoolConsider your comfort zone and what you want
9 Type of Company Big or small company? Do you want to start your own company some day?Most jobs come from small companies in the United StatesWhat can you learn at a company that you can not learn in school? A lotDo you like to follow or lead?
10 Internship Requirements Must have good English skillsIf you do not have good English skills you can do a project in the schools labMust dress professionallyMust go to work 4 days per weekMust do a profile soonSorry, you are not paid
11 Former StudentsFormer participants have continued into other colleges, including the following:Northwestern University, Carnegie Mellon University, UCLA, and University of Michigan
13 ArticleGlen Ellyn, IL- Chinese college student Rencheng Shu traveled halfway around the world to witness the Chicago Bears’ NFC Championship loss and a record snowstorm that dumped nearly 2 feet of snow on Glen Ellyn. But, he said, his trip was well worth it.
14 Shu, 21, a student majoring in electronic information and technology from Qujing, China, finished up a four-week internship earlier this month working in various departments of Glen Ellyn School District 41. His visit was sponsored by the Glen Ellyn-based Global Education Association, which brings over students and teachers for cultural exchange purposes. Since his internship began Jan. 16, he said he’s learned a lot culturally and professionally.
16 ∙Visit the company or organization 4 days per week Internship∙Visit the company or organization 4 days per week∙Focus on a company in your major∙See how business is conducted in America∙List your internship on your resume
17 Internship Requirements Must have good English skillsIf you do not have good English skills you can do a project in the school’s labMust dress professionallyMust go to work 4 days per weekMust do a profile soonSorry, you are not paid
18 Internship Companies Past companies have included: Motorola DePaul UniversityEquip for EqualityCity of ChicagoTeleprimeMorningstar Investments
19 Types of Internships Web Design Programming Inventory General Office International SalesAccountingEngineering
20 Jobs After InternshipStudents have gone to work at the following companies: Samsung, China Construction Bank, Yahoo, United Airlines (China), and Motorola
23 Chicago Tours You will have a chance to visit: University of Chicago Art Institute of ChicagoThe Federal Reserve BankDiscount Shopping MallAquarium
24 Friday Classes American Business Practices Innovation American GovernmentLeadershipAmerican Financial MarketsSee 2012 Schedule
25 United States Tour New York City: Statue of Liberty United Nations Central Park
26 United States TourWashington DC:CongressThe White HouseMonuments
27 Housing Live at home stay in Chicago Eat with your host families Improve your English skillsAttend weekend activities with your host familyAll housing and food included
28 Program CostPrices include internship, housing, food, transportation in Chicago (unlimited rides on Chicago subways and buses), tours for 4 weeks.$3,350United States tours include: hotel, food, domestic air, tours, local transportation for 1 week.$1,450
29 Certificate Certificate of Completion Certificate of completion by the company you do the internship forReference letter by your company
30 NEXT Complete the application with your school Discuss your goals with an advisorComplete an Internship Profile and submit it as soon as possibleFeel free to me with questionsor