How to Create an Effective Intern Program For Your Company
As Campus Philly, the leading non-profit organization fueling economic growth by encouraging college students to study, explore, live, and work in the Greater Philadelphia tri-state region, reports, many different types of organizations—large, small, non-profit, for-profit, technical, non-technical— benefit from internship programs.
Could you use help with a specific project, task, or research? Would a new, fresh perspective boost an area of your organization? Do you have a technical need, such as updating your website? Would any employees be more productive if they had some assistance? Then this MEMBER SPOTLIGHT Workshop is for you! Come learn the ins and outs of creating an internship program, from assessing your project needs and drafting an internship position description to attracting students to apply and much more.
This first-of-its-kind Irish Chamber event will feature a workshop presented by Kate Szumanski, MA, MS, Director of Professional Development and Internships at Villanova University, followed by a panel discussion featuring fellow Irish Chamber member company, Vault Communications represented by Gina Kent, Vice President, and member universities, Neumann University, represented by Preeti Singh, Director, Career and Personal Development, and Saint Joseph’s University, represented by Todd Krug, Ph.D, Director, Erivan K. Haub School of Business Co-op Program.
Click HERE to view Kate Szamanski’s presentation. Click HERE to view Vault’s internship portal page.
8.00 am – Registration; Networking
8.30 am – Welcoming Remarks
8.40 am – Workshop: How to Create an Effective Intern Program For Your Company
9.00 am – Panel Discussion; Question & Answer Session
9.40 am – Closing Remarks; Networking
10.00 am – Conclusion of formal program
President’s Lounge at The Connelly Center
800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova, PA 19085
Directions & Parking
For directions and parking information, please click HERE. Please use the I-1 garage on Ithan Avenue, located behind the Performing Arts Center. 1st hour – free; 2nd hour – $2; Up to 4 hours – $5; Up to 6 hours – $7; Up to 8 hours – $10
(members are welcome to register their guests at the member rate)
Please register by Monday, October 21st.
All reservations binding unless cancelled by Monday, October 21st.
Email Alanna Barry-McCloskey at email@example.com or call/text 215-772-3101.