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Chandler-Gilbert Community College Internship Application
Thank you for considering helping a Chandler-Gilbert Community College student apply the skills they have learned in the classroom to a work setting. Your expertise and commitment to strengthening tomorrow’s workforce is to be commended. To host an intern, your company/agency must first become a registered site. You can register by going to the MCCCD Office of General Counsel page. Under the Experiential Education Partnership Agreement section, you can check the database to see if your company/agency is already registered, or you can download and return the appropriate form. Please note that the form needs to be returned to the Risk Manager (see number 6), and not the career center.
 
Note: At this time, we are unable to accommodate unpaid marketing internships as we do not have a marketing or web design program. If you are interested in that type of intern, please contact our sister college, Mesa Community College. Their internship coordinator is Felicia Price, who may be contacted by phone at 480-461-7282, or email at felicia.price@mesacc.edu
 
 
Please provide the following information regarding your request for an intern.
 
Name*
Phone*
Email*
Website*
Best way for intern candidate to make contact*
Name of Company/Organization*
Type of Company/Organization*
Compensation
Range per hour*
Unpaid
(Unpaid may reduce the number of students applying)

Description of internship*
According to the Department of Labor, there are specific characteristics that must be met in order for an internship to take place. The following questions will ensure that this internship is a legitimate opportunity for a student and help the worksite show that the intent is to provide a learning experience for the student and not supplant, or displace the current workforce.

1. What will be the intern’s duties? Please provide a job description.*
The Department of Labor states that the experience must be an extension of the classroom: a learning experience that provides for applying the knowledge gained in the classroom. It must not be simply to advance the operations of the employer or be the work that a regular employee would routinely perform.

2. What skills or qualifications should the student intern possess prior to applying for this internship?*
3. What do you hope the intern will learn through this internship? Please list your objectives or goals for the intern.*
4. What are the resources, equipment, and facilities provided by the host employer that support the learning objectives/goals?*
The intern must receive supervision by a professional with expertise and educational and/or professional background in the field of the experience.

Please list future supervisor's contact information and a brief summary of his/her credentials/experience in the area of the internship

5. Name*
5. Phone*
5. Email*
Examples: Account Supervisor, 5 years; three years’ experience in web design; CPA
5. Credentials/ Experience*
The internship requires an evaluation form be completed and returned to the school at the end of the internship.
6. What other ways will the student intern receive routine feedback by the experienced supervisor?*
The skills or knowledge learned must be transferable to other employment settings.
7. What skills will an intern develop that could be used in other professional settings?*
List location of internship
8. Street Address*
8. City*
The internship must have a beginning and an ending.
9. Duration of the internship*
Specify your own value