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Guide to Internships/Exhibitions Andrew Marcano – Internship Coordinator Personalized Learning Academy 2012-2013
Presentation Goals • What mistakes not to make on internship • What you be graded on for your exhibition • How to breakdown the time of exhibition • Example of an exhibition
Mistakes Not to Make on Internship Talk to the hand!
Common Mistakes • Be in uniform • If you do not have internship, do not leave school • Greet your internship mentor and other employees • Bad attitude while at internship • Ask Questions • Address issues with Mr. Marcano
PLA Exhibition Rubric Student Total: ______________ * A minimum of 12 points is needed to pass.
Breaking Down the Exhibition Show your creativity!
Time Breakdown By Category • 2 Min. – Introduction • 5 Min. – Introduction to your Internship • 10 Min. – What do I do at Internship? • 5 Min. – What have I learned? • 5 Min. – Academic Presentation • 3 Min. – Conclusion
Introduction • “Hello everyone, My name is_____ and I will be presenting my exhibition will be on__________. • Thank your audience for being present, especially parents and internship mentors. • State what grade you are in and your advisory, and your advisory teacher.
Introduction to Internship • Name and Address of Internship Site • History of Internship Site (i.e. when did the business begin?) • Why did it start? • Why did you choose this internship? • Internship Mentor Profile • Name • Years Working at Job • Why they chose such a field • Educational background
What do you do at your internship? • If your filing papers, what papers are you filing? • If you watch kids, how do you interact with them? How has your relationship changed from the start until now? • What project have you been working on?
What do you do at your internship? • If you shadow someone, what do you watch them do? • What have you learned about the field your internship is in?
What have you learned at your internship? • What has your internship meant to you? • Do you want to stay there? • How do you like your internship? • What struggles have you faced? • What would you like to do in the future? • What would you do to make your internship better?
Academic Presentation • Tips: • Feel comfortable about the subject you will speak about • Any academic subject can be a part of the presentation • Examples include science labs, specific math subjects, your favorite History or English stories
Conclusion • Closing statements • Thank your audience for their time • “Any Questions?”
Be Creative! • The more creative, the better • Take ownership of the exhibition • Be prideful of your work • My time frame is a guide…not exactly how yours has to be • Practice, practice, practice