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 Why do an Internship?  How to Find  What to Do  Process & Documents  Clearance & Registration  Funding  Travel Requirements  Professional Conduct.

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2  Why do an Internship?  How to Find  What to Do  Process & Documents  Clearance & Registration  Funding  Travel Requirements  Professional Conduct  After Internship  Follow up  Grades

3  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

4  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

5  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

6 Personal Contacts 1. Identify 3 to 5 Suitable Contacts  Location, Industry, Company 2. How Are YOU Connected  LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, , 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

7 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

8 LinkedIn 1. Build Your Profile  Complete Your Profile: Resume, Specialties, Photo, Recommendations 2. Add Connections  Import 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

9 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

10 1. Find and Secure Internship 2. Complete Application on YCareers 3. Submit All Documents 4. Complete Clearances 5. Organize Travel – Visas

11 1. Find and Secure Internship  Obtain an Offer Letter /  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

12  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

13  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)

14  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

15  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

16  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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