This week we are visiting with Beth Markowitz and Ling MacLean from the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland about their engaging new internship initiatives. Watch and learn how the National Aquarium is creating amazing opportunities for students and making an impact on Planet Earth! Continue reading Intern Bridge Weekly Video – 9/16/2019
This week we are visiting with Toby White, Director of Experiential Education at SUNY Potsdam’s Lougheed Center for Applied Learning. We hope you will watch and share this insightful discussion focused on how SUNY-Potsdam became the first Applied Learning Center in SUNY System and how they were able to cultivate over $7.25 Million in Endowed Funding! Continue reading Intern Bridge Weekly Video – 9/9/2019
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This week we are visiting with Jeffrey Moss, Founder and CEO of Parker Dewey. We hope you will watch and share this insightful discussion focused on micro-internships and how they can be utilized to develop talent pipelines for employers while assisting colleges and universities increase academic outcomes… Continue reading Intern Bridge Weekly Video – 9/3/2019
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This week we are visiting with Jennifer Fonseca from Palm Beach Atlantic University about their D.I.V.E. Program (Discovering Internships as Vocational Exploration). Continue reading Intern Bridge Weekly Video – 8/26/2019
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Intern Bridge is seeking proposals for the 2020 Thought Leaders Symposium scheduled for January 17, 2020.
Congratulations! You made it to the end of the summer, and hopefully your internship has been successful for everyone involved. Pat yourself on the back for a job well done!
However, you still have one more very important task to complete before you call it a semester: You must officially close out the internship. To successfully conclude the experience, there are two key areas that I believe you should be focusing on over the next couple of weeks that can really have a positive impact on both your current interns and your program moving forward. Continue reading Bringing Your Summer Internship to a Close…
Now that you are in the “home stretch” of the internship experience, it is important to keep the momentum moving in a positive direction! One way that you can do this is to use this last couple of weeks to engage the rest of your team. By doing this effectively you will create a much better and well-rounded experience for the student if they have the opportunity to interact with as many team members as possible! Continue reading Keep the Momentum Going – Engaging Your Team in the Internship Experience