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Why do an Internship? How to Find What to Do Process & Documents Clearance & Registration Funding Travel Requirements Professional Conduct After Internship Follow up Grades
67% of interns receive job offers from Provider 62% of company new hires had an internship experience somewhere Average starting salary is 15-20% higher with internship experience 76% who had internship were still with the company one year later vs. 61% without *NACE 2011 Employer Survey
Completed 60 or more credit hours Completed 9 or more credits in Major At least one 300 level course Good Academic Standing Eligible for Funding only when registered for credit Approve Professional Resume Completed Mock Interview Saved Enough Money
Location, Industry, Organization, Position Be mindful of the Cost: Travel, Lodging, Transport, Food Use Your Networks Its WHO YOU Know Career Enhancing / Potential for Full Time Related to Major Start Early NOW Start NOW for next Summer
Personal Contacts 1. Identify 3 to 5 Suitable Contacts Location, Industry, Company 2. How Are YOU Connected LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Email, Phone Number 3. Determine What YOU Want Type of Job, Company, Work Environment 4. Outreach Your Contacts Communicate Clearly 5. Think About What to Ask For Job, Introduction, Opinions 6. Don’t Rule Anyone Out Some Less Known Contacts maybe Well Connected
Career Services / YCareers / Career Connect 1. Get Connected with Career Services Talk to a Program Manager: Industry / Resources / Contacts Attend a Career Event: Career Fair, Info Sessions, On Campus Recruiting 2. Search YCareers Listings Search Full-time, Part-time, Internship Listings Search Company Listings & Contact Details 3. Review Career Connect Contacts Browse Career Services Website Review Companies Visited Talk to Program Managers about Contacts
LinkedIn 1. Build Your Profile Complete Your Profile: Resume, Specialties, Photo, Recommendations 2. Add Connections Import Email Contacts, Search for Connections 3. Join Groups Connect to Groups You Like, Relevant to Skills 4. Search Jobs Jobs Connected to Your Skills, Check Your Connections 5. Search Companies Check Employees on LinkedIn, Follow a Company
LDS Employment Resource Center 1. Create an LDS User Account Quick, Full, Friend Make sure you have your LDS Membership Number 2. Find a Center Check out the Local Links Register with Local ERC’s 3. Search for Jobs Use Keywords 4. Apply Online Prepare Resume Create / Update Profile
1. Find and Secure Internship 2. Complete Application on YCareers 3. Submit All Documents 4. Complete Clearances 5. Organize Travel – Visas
1. Find and Secure Internship Obtain an Offer Letter / Email Complete the Service Provider MOU (New Provider) 2. Meet with Program Manager Activate Internship Tab on YCareers Complete Online Application Form 3. Meet with Internship Coordinator (Academic Department) Complete Learning Agreement (Objectives & Evidence) Make sure that objectives and evidence are documented Submit Your Resume / Complete a Mock Interview Approved Make sure it is an Approved Professional Resume Complete Interview on Interview Stream
Coordinated by Alumni & Career Services Departments Involved: 1.Housing (If living on-campus) 2.Financial Services 3.PCC (if employee) Check Dates & Deadlines: Winter (31st Oct), Summer (31st Mar), Fall (31st Aug) NB: Register for an Internship: Permitted only for the semester / term when internship is being completed (Cannot intern in the Summer and Register in the Fall) Internship Timeframe: Minimum 6 Weeks
Who will WE Fund Int’l Students going to United States Int’l Students going to Target Area US Students to Target Area Target Area – Asia, Pacific & India Outside of Target Area – Funding is Capped What Cost is Covered Return Airfare from Hawaii / Home (Most Affordable Route) Funding doesn’t cover visa and internship fees Assistance (Partial) Lodging, Transportation, Food (IWORK)
Visas Make sure applications are done ahead of time Travel Documents DS2019 for International Students - Signed Travel Advisory Students not permitted to travel to unsafe destinations – only nationals Insurance / Emergencies Check with Travel Services Check if Services are located close to provider Medical condition; international travel is not recommended
Honor Code Obligations Applicable at ALL TIMEs Conduct During Internship Adhere to All Instructions given by the Provider Travel during internship to be covered by Provider Unauthorized Travel can result in the termination of internship Incomplete Internships You will be required to repay the funds spent Grades will not be awarded
Complete Self / Employer Evaluations YCareers Submit Documents: Intern Coordinator Requirements (For Grading Purposes) Intern Coordinator awards your Grade Maintain Contact: Send a Thank You Letter to Provider Update Your Resume, Online Profiles Career Enhancing Internships are attractive on your Resume
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