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C enter for I nformation S ystems Internship Committee Where we are . . . And where we are going Data Gathered 48 CIS majors/minors who have not completed an internship. 17 CIS majors/minors who have completed an internship. Conclusions

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Center for Information SystemsInternship Committee

Where we are . . .

And where we are going


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Data Gathered

  • 48 CIS majors/minors who have not completed an internship.

  • 17 CIS majors/minors who have completed an internship.

  • Conclusions

    • Students have a very positive attitude toward internships and believe that people who are important to them would support them pursuing an internship, but are not as sure that they have control over whether they will be successful in completing an internship.

    • Those who have not had an internship show a very strong intent to do so.


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Data Gathered

  • Those who have completed internships report that the skills they learned were (in rank order):

    • technical/programming skills (82%),

    • ability to work in a team (73%),

    • professionalism (64%),

    • oral communication skills (55%),

    • written communication skills (45%),

    • problem solving skills (45%),

    • and initiative (45%).


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Data Gathered

  • Open-ended questions yielded interesting responses.

  • A common theme was that we should make students more aware of internships and where to find information on them.

  • On outcomes, students reported many varied positive experiences, negatives tended to focus on scheduling issues, unpleasant tasks, and lack of direction.


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Internship Benefits

StudentsBusinessKent State

Work Experience Recruiting Source of Income

Income Influence KSU programs Student Placement

Potential Long Term Employment Community Citizenship Outreach

Ability to get hired / Resume Staffing Augmentation Enrollment increase

Work / Career Path Validation Branding / Advertising Link to Industry

Elective Credit

Skill Development

  • Time Management

  • Communication

  • Team Dynamic

  • Business Etiquette

  • Follow Rules

    Experience Business Culture

    Professionalism


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Internship Attributes

Rate of Pay

Required Skills

Duration of Internship

Remote or In House

Schedule (Flexibility)

Geographical Location of Internship

Nature of Work (Skills to be Developed)

Full Time / Part Time


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Student Preparation / Minimum Requirements

  • Junior Standing

  • 2.5 Cum GPA (Overall)

  • Coaching / Career Services

    • Resume & Cover Letter

    • Interview Skills

    • Dress / Attire

    • Business Etiquette

    • Expectations (feedback)


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Internship Feedback

  • Overall Student Performance

  • Student Readiness for Internship

  • Business Preparation for Internship

  • Job Content of Internship

Business

Student

**

**

University

**

** Controllable / enforceable


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2006-07 Internship Committee Goals & Objectives

  • Nov ‘06 Develop Mission Statement

  • Dec ’06 Market Internship Information &

    Direction to 100% of M&IS 24060

  • Dec ’06 Survey Success / Solicit Feedback

    regarding Marketing Information

  • Feb ’07 Review and Develop Catalogue Criteria

    and Process

  • Aug ’07 Develop High Level Internship Success

    Metrics / Scorecard


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CIS Internship Committee

  • Alan Brandyberry (Kent State) Co-chair

  • Rick Davenport (Allstate Ins. Co) Co-chair

  • Steve Morris (Rallus Group)

  • Ami Hollis (KSU Career Services)

  • Linnea Osborne (National City Bank)

  • Robin Piatt (KSU Career Services)

  • Tom Bender (Cleveland City Schools)