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Building Effective Internships

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April 19th 2018 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Colorado Nonprofit Association | Collaborative Training Center
789 N SHERMAN ST
STE 100
Denver, 80203-3530

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Phone: (303) 832 - 5710  ext. 225
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Event Fee(s)
Member $ 0.00
Non-Member $ 65.00
AFP $ 60.00

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Internships can be both rewarding and challenging for students and organizations. On one hand, internships can bring new energy and a fresh perspective to nonprofit organizations. They begin with so much promise and hope, both for the organization and intern. On the other hand, internships can add another layer of work to an already busy schedule. This session will discuss how nonprofits can develop and strengthen their internship programs.

We will discuss the following topics and more:

  • the qualities of an effective internship
  • finding qualified applicants
  • setting internship structure and logistics
  • managing interns

Attendees will learn about how their organization can offer internships that are meaningful and help your nonprofit accomplish your mission, vision, and goals. This session will also be informative, providing interactive activities and lively discussion. 

Event Description
Learning Objectives

  • Determine when is the right time to seek an intern 

  • Understand the characteristics of effective internships 

  • Develop new internship programs and enhance existing ones

Audience

Project managers, executive directors, nonprofit management 




Level of Difficulty




Beginner


0 - 2 years of experience in the field


Presenters

Dr. Annette Shtivelband, Research Evaluation Consulting (REC)



Dr. Annette Shtivelband is founder and principal consultant of Research Evaluation Consulting (REC). She received her PhD in Applied Social Psychology with a specialization in Occupational Health Psychology from Colorado State University. Annette has a decade of experience working with nonprofits, startups, universities, school districts, and government organizations. Dr. Shtivelband has worked with more than 40 different organizations, as a researcher, evaluator, and consultant. Annette is passionate about helping her clients succeed. She works with her clients to systematically, strategically, and thoroughly measure their impact.



Annette has expertise in a variety of areas including program evaluation, scale development and validation, training, employee engagement and retention, and organizational change. Using both quantitative (e.g., surveys, statistical analysis) and qualitative (e.g., focus groups, interviews) research methods, Annette knows how to produce results you can trust.





Qualifies for Excellence in Nonprofit Principles and Practices. Completion of a post-training evaluation is required for this training to count toward recognition. 





 





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Event Custom Fields
Training/Event Topic Evaluation, Human Resources
Training Medium In Person
Event Region Front Range

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