Internship Program - KINDAH FOUNDATION, INC.
High School & College Internship Program We currently have internship opportunities available for high school students, college and recent graduate students from the comfort of your home. You will be able the submit all assignments, meetings, and conference calls via our CRM system. Download Now >> Internship Application GENERAL INFORMATION Internships are offered during the Summer, Fall, and Winter/Spring semesters. Interns may receive academic credit if an agreement is made between the Kindah Foundation Human Resources Services Department and the intern’s college or university. All interns are subject to the applicable Kindah Foundation employee rules. ELIGIBILITY A candidate must be at least 15 and Students must be either a junior or senior in high. You will apply to Human Resources Committee to join our internship programs. A recent graduate is ineligible to apply unless he/she can provide confirmed proof of future enrollment. Have permission from the institution at which he/she is currently enrolled to participate in the internship program. Be enrolled not less than half-time in a course of study related to the work to be performed. If a minor parent(s)/guardian will need to provide authorization for you to be in the program, you can find this authorization form. Please note that the dates below are approximate. Based on a student’s availability and school schedule, internships can begin before or after the dates indicated below. TIMELINE Semester Application Deadlines Internship Dates Spring 2018 January 9, 2018 Jan 22 – May 7, 2018 Summer 2018 March 26, 2018 May 16 – Aug 17, 2018 Fall 2018 July 30, 2018 Aug 29 – Dec 17, 2018 Note: Please be aware that you may not receive correspondence from our office until after the submission deadline has expired. You will be contacted via e-mail in regards to the status of your application. Interns usually work 20 to 30 hours per week during the spring and fall terms and full-time during the summer session. While these timeframes work best for most students, all scheduling, including start/end dates and hours per week, is flexible and negotiated between the candidate and his or her office during the interview stage of the selection process. International Applicants: Individuals who are not U.S. citizens, but who reside in the U.S., may volunteer (1) if they are lawful permanent residents; or (2) if they are non-immigrant aliens with F-1 or J-1 visa status, who are bona fide students residing in the U.S. solely to pursue a course of study at a recognized, approved institution of education. Application Procedures: Candidates must complete an application form and submit it with their resume. Some internship positions require additional application items, such as a writing sample. All application items must be submitted as a complete package. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Mail, Fax or email Application …
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