THE SUCCESSFUL INTERNSHIP: PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL, AND CIVIC DEVELOPMENT, 4th Edition, offers you more than just a resource for how to find a position or how to interview. It addresses the concerns, emotions, needs, and unique personal challenges that are the essence of an internship or field experience, and focuses on the internship as a vehicle for your development as a civic professional. The authors describe in detail the path of change you'll find yourself embarking on and the challenges you'll face along the way. A four-stage model of the internship process--anticipation, exploration, competence, and culmination--places the material in a meaningful framework that lends structure to your understanding of the work you'll be doing. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Genre: Psychology, Editor: Cengage Learning, Pages: 464 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781285653266



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THE SUCCESSFUL INTERNSHIP: PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL, AND CIVIC DEVELOPMENT, 5th Edition, focuses on the internship as a vehicle for personal, professional and civic development. It addresses the concerns, emotions, needs and unique personal challenges that are the essence of an internship or field experience. The authors detail the path on which students will embark and the challenges they'll face along the way--providing clear, concrete tools that build the foundation for students' successful field/practicum experience. The text's four-stage model of the internship process--anticipation, exploration, competence and culmination--organizes the material into a meaningful framework that helps students understand the work they will be doing. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Genre: Education, Editor: Cengage Learning, Pages: 480 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 1305966821


Designed specifically for doctoral-level psychology graduate students, this volume will act as a personal mentor with step-by-step instructions to land an internship placement. This resource is just one of several services provided for students by the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students.
Genre: Reference, Editor: Amer Psychological Assn, Pages: 140 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 1591472091


"Internships: Theory and Practice" focuses on the history, theory, value, design, administration, and evaluation of professional internships as an educational experience for college students. Internships are guided, pre-professional experiences that combine academic and professional components as a managed transition to professional careers. Touted by many as an educational innovation for the 21st century, internships (or experiential learning, or apprenticeships, as they once were called) have been a staple of professional preparation for centuries, dating back at least to the earliest documentation in the Middle Ages and no doubt far beyond that.Charles Sides and Ann Mrvica trace this history through primary sources to explore the development of internship experiences over the past 800 years, create an introduction to the topic of internships, and provide a foundation for modern college-corporation partnerships in professional education and training. The authors present specific guidelines and discussions on issues important to corporations, in terms of providing for internship experiences; issues important to colleges, in terms of designing and evaluating internships; and issues important to students, in terms of participating in and learning from internships.
Genre: Psychology, Editor: Routledge, Pages: 176 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781351843485


A capstone experience of a majority of academic programs in recreation, sports, and tourism industries is the internship. Drawing from a variety of theoretically grounded sources, personal experiences in the advisement and supervision of interns and internship programs, and student and practitioner-based feedback, this book provides comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of vital strategies associated with the internship. The book adopts an action-oriented approach by focusing on the "how-to" aspects of the internship experience while stressing the important and influential role of the internal (ie: needs, constraints, interests, etc.) and external (ie: trends, issues, job-related factors, etc.) environments in the internship planning, selection, and management phases.
Genre: Business & Economics, Editor: Sagamore Publishing, Pages: 248 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 1571676562


In Practical Knowledge in Teacher Education, expert contributors from across Asia and Europe explore and reflect upon the innovation and creativity in teacher education programs. Specific focus is given to the internships that provide students an opportunity for intensive, hands-on experience in schools. Different approaches to internship provide comprehensive information on a diversity of ways of organising and managing internship programmes within teacher education courses, and equip future teachers with real-world knowledge within a global context. This book focuses on approaches to internship in teacher education programmes in Europe and Asia. It explores the idea that a consideration of the rich variation in approaches and experience across Eurasia will foreground critical aspects of successful internship. Each chapter provides a different focus from Asian and European perspectives on aspects of the teacher education practicum or internship, and what can be learned from school placement. This book is an invaluable resource for all those involved in teacher education, educational policy and anyone who has a stake in ensuring effective teacher education for the 21st century. It offers a far reaching overview of the teacher internship phase across a number of countries, and contributes to identifying distinctive features of teacher education in European and Asian universities.
Genre: Education, Editor: Routledge, Pages: 264 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781317803331


Land Killer Internships—and Make the Most of Them! These days, a college resume without internship experience is considered “naked.” Indeed, statistics show that internship experience leads to more job offers with highersalaries—and in this tough economy, college grads need all the help they can get. Enter Lauren Berger, internships expert and CEO of Intern Queen, Inc., whose comprehensive guide reveals insider secrets to scoring the perfect internship, building invaluable connections, boosting transferable skills, and ultimately moving toward your dream career. She’ll show you how to: Discover the best internship opportunities, from big companies to virtual internships Write effective resumes and cover letters Nail phone, Skype, and in-person interviews Know your rights as an intern Use social networking to your advantage Network like a pro Impress your boss Get solid letters of recommendation Turn internships into job opportunities With exercises, examples, and a go-getter attitude, this next-generation internship manual provides all the cutting-edge information students and recent grads will need to get a competitive edge in the job market. So what are you waiting for?
Genre: Business & Economics, Editor: Ten Speed Press, Pages: 210 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781607741695


Applying for Jobs and Internships in Museums offers a straightforward approach to applying for positions within a museum. Martha M. Schloetzer provides practical advice about the application and interview process that will prepare emerging museum professionals as they approach the profession. From reviewing job and internship postings to developing a solid resume and writing distinctive cover letters, this guide provides practical, sound advice for museum job seekers. Schloetzer integrates the stories of successful and unsuccessful interns and job applicants throughout the book’s narrative, and recognizing the additional challenges faced by non-US nationals, the book also offers information specifically for international students seeking work experience in US museums. The insider information included in Applying for Jobs and Internships in Museums makes it a key resource for both a US and international audience interested in gaining museum experience in the US. It will be of particular interest to college-level and graduate school students, as well as recent graduates. The guide can also serve as a reference in the classroom, helping professors and instructors prepare students for the job search ahead.
Genre: Art, Editor: Routledge, Pages: 116 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780429535840


THE SUCCESSFUL INTERNSHIP offers students more than just a resource on how to find a position or how to interview; it addresses the concerns, emotions, needs, and unique personal challenges that are the essence of an internship or field experience. The authors describe in detail the path of change students will find themselves embarking on and the challenges they will face along the way, and they provide clear, concrete tools that build the foundation for students' successful field/practicum experience. The book's five-stage model of the internship process—anticipation, disillusionment, confrontation, competence, and culmination—places the material in a meaningful framework that lends structure to students' understanding of the work they will be doing.
Genre: Psychology, Editor: Wadsworth Publishing Company, Pages: 316 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: UVA:X004707355