Tips and Tricks for a Successful Summer
Is your organization unsure how to bring interns into a virtual environment?
Hosting a remote intern can be daunting, but it does not have to be.
In 2020, The Fund for American Studies ran a 100% virtual internship program for almost 200 undergraduate students. In this interactive webinar, we will discuss best practices and tips for implementing an enriching summer for both your organization and your intern.
The webinar will cover the following topics and feature a Q&A session with panelists:
- How organizations can benefit from hosting an intern.
- Supervising and planning for a remote intern.
- Ideas for intern engagement.
- How TFAS can help setting up the internship.
By the end of the webinar, you will have the tools to plan and host a remote intern this summer.
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Technical Analyst, Praescient Analytics
Bryce is a young professional and avid adventurer living in the Washington, D.C. area. He has applied his Global Security and Intelligence degree in his role as an Analyst Consultant and Intern Coordinator for Praescient Analytics, a local data analytics firm. At Embry-Riddle, Bryce had been active in numerous clubs and organizations, to include the Order of the Sword and Shield. Originally from the west coast, he enjoys exploring the outdoors and traveling to see all the world has to offer. His most impactful travel experience was his visit to Tokyo, Japan, where he worked at the American Embassy, which pushed him towards a career in national security.
North American Affairs Manager, Consumer Choice Center
David Clement is the North American Affairs Manager for the Consumer Choice Center and is based out of Oakville, Ontario. David holds a BA in Political Science and an MA in International Relations from Wilfrid Laurier University. Previously, David was the Research Assistant to the Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights. He has been regularly featured on the CBC, Global News, The Toronto Star and various other major Canadian news outlets.
Fall Intern, kglobal
Tiffanie Oduber was born and raised on Aruba and followed an undergraduate degree in International Communications and Media at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She graduated in 2020 and pursued her dream to live in Washington D.C., where she became a student with The Fund for American Studies’ Fall 2020 Capital Semester program. She interned with the PR firm, kglobal. Her motivation to come to the United States is because she is hoping to pursue a career as a Foreign Service Officer at the Department of State. This fall she will begin a graduate program in International Relations and Diplomacy.