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2013 Spring A cademic Internship Program

Young Dawgs C riteria: 1. Student must be either a high school senior or junior, have a minimum 3.5 GPA and be recommended by the designated school contact person. 2. Parent/Legal Guardian must participate in a parent meeting. The meeting is currently scheduled for December 13, 2012 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. at the UGA Training and Development Center. Process for Placement: 1. The student is recommended by the designated contact person at the school (i.e. School to Career Coordinator, Gifted Coordinator, Work-Based Coordinator, etc.) 2. Student will meet with Young Dawgs staff to discuss the program and what they hope to get out of this experience. 3. Student will complete the Young Dawgs Fall Academic iPAWS application prior to Friday, October 5, 2012 and attach a cover letter and resume (see iPAWS application process below)*. Templates for cover letter and resume links can be found at 4. Young Dawgs staff will coordinate interviews between student applicants and professors/staff based on the interests of the students. Interviews will be held prior to November 30, 2012 . 5. Students will be informed on placement decisions by December 3, 2012. Young Dawgs staff will send information to students and school contacts. 6. Internships will start on Monday, January 7, 2013. O ther Information: 1. Young Dawgs internships are unpaid. 2. All student absences must be excused. 3. Students will act in a professional manner. 4. Students will be required to complete assignments associated with the internship including an end of semester presentation. *IP A WS A pplication Process (this process will take approximately 10-15 minutes): 1. Go to 2. Click on the link to the left  entitled “Employment” (the link will be the first in the gray column, ignore the additional menu) 3. Click on the blue link in the center that reads “Search and apply for staff openings at UGA”  4. Click on the link to the left entitled “Search Postings” (the link will be the second in the gray column) 5. Select “Young Dawgs” in the Job Family drop-down box (will be last in the listing). 6. Click the Search button at the bottom. 7. Click on the “View” option underneath the Young Dawgs Academic Program Spring 2013 job posting. (The view option will be underlined) 8. Click on “Apply for this posting” and follow the directions to complete the application  9. Click on the link entitled “Please create a new Application” on the Login page  10. Enter your Social Security Number, username and password in the appropriate boxes on the “Create New  Employment Application” page. Be sure to save your username and password to access your application again – write them down if necessary. 11. At the end of the application process, you should attach your cover letter, your resume, and your letter of recommendation. 12. At the end, there is another Application Status screen with your record. You will receive a unique confirmation number at the end of the application process. 13. To edit your application, resume or cover letter at any time after logging out, you may go back to the site listed in Step 1 ( Enter your username and password (created when you began the application) to see your information. Contact: Jim Geiser, 706-254-6695 or jgeiser