with a company, corporation, or particular enterprise where they want to begin their career. Thismeans the internship is an (MIT) Management in Training, or other structured managementprogram offered by the employer where the student applies. Approval of this internship iscontingent on a structured training program.
Process for Approval of Internship
The student completes Unit Two: Occupational Check-sheet and prepares a professionalresume these will help students focus on their career area and will be presented to theiradvisor to assist in their counseling.
The student is responsible to discuss with their advisor about arranging their internshipwith an employer. The student should obtain a Job Description and evidence that theemployer understands the employer responsibilities.
The student must discuss with their advisor how that job description at that particularinternship site will provide them with a positive career experience that will add to theirmarketability upon graduation.
The advisor must be satisfied with the
The student will then make a presentation to the Internship Coordinator requesting formalapproval to complete the Internship Agreement.
After the Internship Coordinator has approved the request to complete the InternshipAgreement, the student with the employer will complete the Internship Agreement andpresent the document to the Internship Coordinator for signature. The student shouldmake certain that the employer understands their responsibilities prior to obtaining theirsignature. The Internship Coordinator will then forward a signed, approved copy to boththe employer and the student.
The Internship Agreement must be on file with the Internship Coordinator prior to thefirst day of the internship for credit approval.
This process must be followed for internship(s) credit approval.COMPETENCIES
Competencies are educational/industry assignments that provide students with opportunity toassist, plan, observe, analyze, and participate in management exercises with supervisors fromdifferent departments other than their internship assignment. This adds depth and breadth of knowledge to the internship experience. Competencies could be assigned in Human Resources,Food and Beverage, Marketing, Catering and Banquets, Engineering and Maintenance, or otherareas depending on the individual internship being considered.