The Twin Cities Area Total Internship Management Workshop
April 20, 2016 | 8:30am – 3:30pm
8:30am – 3:30pm
Learn How To Build a Top-Notch Internship and Entry Talent Program
Prices – $359 For-Profit | $299 Non-Profit/Government
Continental Breakfast, Lunch & Snacks Provided!
Utilizing internships is the perfect way to conduct recruiting activities by identifying future hires, increasing retention rates, maintaining a pipeline of highly qualified candidates, creating and building relationships with local universities and organizations, and having short-term projects completed by an educated workforce.
For the above to be true, organizations must host effective and meaningful programs. How is this done? What are students looking for? What are the expectations of universities? What can organizations do to make their programs the best they can be?
The Internship Program Best Practices Workshop is designed to help you and your organization build a win-win internship program. Based on the most in-depth research ever to be conducted into the successful management of internship programs, you can be assured that you will leave the event with a newfound approach to internships.
The presentation will include detailed statistics from proprietary Intern Bridge research. Qualitative and quantitative responses will be shared from our latest research project, the National Internship and Co-op Study – a detailed examination of what makes internship programs successful based on the responses of over 125,000 students from more than 500 universities.
RECEIVE A COPY OF TOTAL INTERNSHIP MANAGEMENT (A $40 VALUE) WITH YOUR REGISTRATION AND SIX (6) CEU’S FROM HRCI!
QUESTIONS? Do not hesitate to email [email protected]
- Learn how to effectively implement an impactful internship program;
- Identify future hires with the only no-strings-attached 12-week interview;
- Create and maintain a pipeline of highly qualified and educated full-time job candidates;
- Increase their organization’s brand awareness on college campuses;
- Build long-lasting relationships with local universities.
- Understanding and communicating with the Millennial generation;
- Gaining executive level support;
- Structuring internship projects, assignments, and tasks;
- Choosing the most appropriate supervisor;
- Marketing internship opportunity to students;
- Providing out-of-the-ordinary orientation programming
- Compensating and providing benefits to interns appropriately;
- Evaluating & providing feedback to interns;
- Gaining valuable data regarding the performance of the internship program;
- Navigating the legal environment of internships;
- Gaining organizational diversity through internships.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
During the past 20 years, Dr. Robert Shindell, has successfully held a variety of professional leadership roles in higher education. He developed career centers at The University of Toledo’s College of Engineering, Midwestern State University and the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. Robert’s innovative approach to career services led The Rawls College of Business Career Management Center to achieve the ranking of 28th in BusinessWeek’s national ranking of College of Business career centers in 2007. Dr. Shindell’s research and opinions are often quoted in the New York Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Washington Post, Inside Higher Ed and many more. He has worked with thousands of employers and higher education career centers in developing successful transition plans for students through both live and virtual presentations.
Robert has earned his Doctorate of Philosophy from Texas Tech University, a master’s degree in training and development from Midwestern State University, and a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Toledo.
Blake is the Growth Marketing Manager at Looksharp where he overseas product development and market research. Before Looksharp, Blake spent over five years working with companies in the HR Technology space to help build influence and market their products to practitioners. He also helped build one of the largest HR & Social Media blogs on the Internet, Blogging4Jobs. In his spare time he enjoys tennis, skiing, traveling, and running a non-profit his co-founded, ProtoHack.
The Internship Best Practices Program is appropriate for organizations of any size, from any industry, anywhere in the country. Over fifteen-thousand have participated in Intern Bridge programming since 2005. A few notable organizations that have participated in various Intern Bridge programming include: