The National Internship and Co-op Study Is Easy To Implement On Campuses Of Any Size!
Intern Bridge works hard to ensure that our survey is able to be implemented on any interested college campus. The implementation process is as follows:
- Universities express their interest in participating by clicking here and completing the brief form. This must be completed by Friday, August 16, 2013.
- Based on the information provided, and taking into account the dates that are inconvenient for the university, Intern Bridge will assign the university an official launch date. The university will be notified of this date in August.
- On the morning of the scheduled launch date, the university contact receives a pre-formatted email directed towards students.
- The university contact simply forwards that email, containing the survey link, to their student population.
- Students who decide to complete the survey do so entirely online, and the results, in their entirety, are made available to the university by the end of January 2014.
There are a few important notes to be made with regard to this process:
- It is critical that universities understand the procedure and ask any questions prior to signing up. The information gathered during the sign-up phase of the National Internship and Co-op Study must remain accurate and valid.
- Intern Bridge collects the name, email address, and phone number of survey-takers. The information is provided by students on an entirely optional basis, and is used for awarding prizes ONLY. Intern Bridge NEVER distributes student information. In fact, even when reporting the results of our research, we never cite specific student responses or the universities they attend.
- It is important to understand that universities ARE NOT obligated to provide Intern Bridge with student contact information as the career center simply forwards our pre-formatted email.
- Intern Bridge encourages responses from all degree programs and types of institutions. However, the National Internship and Co-op Study is focused on undergraduate programs only.