Intern Mentor Program

The Intern Mentor Program puts Interns & Business Professionals(Mentors) working together to help improve Personal/Professional Development, Business Management, Overall Work Experience and Team Building

Intern Mentor Program

Interns are seeking opportunities that stimulate their interests and provide real‐world experiences. A meaningful, purposeful internship can provide both.

"We want to be your mentors"

  • Mentors will meet with interns a minimum of 2-3 days a week for 2-4 hours a day, subject to change based on planned events and with mutual consent

  • Tasks will be assigned to intern individuals and groups- Tasks will be completed during and after meetings

  • We, Crystal Ra Laksmi-Ditton & Michael Ditton, will remain in direct communication with interns in person, via phone and internet, to receive updates on tasks and assist as needed.

We will launch a 3 month program that will cover, but not limited to, the following.

Hands On

  • How tEstablishing a new business
  • Writing a business plan
  • Choosing a business structure
  • Registering and licensing the business
  • Budgeting
  • Brainstorming
  • Publishing a book
  • Editing
  • Design
  • Marketing
  • Networking

"We love to share what we have learned"

Intern Mentor Program Contributions

  • Web development
  • Graphics
  • Marketing
  • Networking
  • Online sales
  • Seminar
  • Plan production
  • Set agenda
  • Assist in scripting
  • Marketing
  • Stage set up
  • Audi/Visual
  • Manage operations
  • After Action Review and Report
  • Written report
  • Critique
  • Suggest areas of improvement
  • Write plan for future(Business Plan for Life)
  • Evaluation

Internships give you the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields that you may be considering for a career path or just for gaining valuable knowledge

It is necessary to get a snapshot of who you are before we start. I want you to know there is no wrong answers, no need for embarrassment if this is your first resume, just do the best you can AND guess what, it will be something we can work on together to make such a powerful statement, EVERYONE will have to meet you.

So email me your Resume, no matter the condition, as long as you have done your best, along with a compelling cover letter stating why you want this, what you bring to the table and why we would be fools not to consider you.

email to:

Subject line: I Want This

If you do not have a resume and want to submit right away, use the application attached. Send it and a cover letter to email above. But PLEASE try the resume. We can use it to build on. Intern Application

If you have any questions, please let me know..... Looking forward to hearing from you. click here Questions???

We will give credit were credit is due

Often times an internship is the ideal fit for an individual and employer. An internship is any carefully monitored meaningful learning experience in which a individual has intentional professional goals and reflects actively on what he or she is accomplishing throughout the experience. Developing an internship program is an excellent strategy for investing in your organization’s future successes, often leading to discovering future colleagues and leaders

How do interns benefit from an Internship Program?

Interns are seeking opportunities that stimulate their interests and provide real‐world experiences. A meaningful, purposeful internship program will:

  • Ensure the assignment of challenging projects and tasks.
  • Provide projects that complement academic programs and/or career interests.
  • Give broad exposure to the organization (remember: this is a chance for them to personally develop and explore career possibilities).
  • Provide adequate, reliable, and regular supervision and mentoring.
  • Ensure interns are keeping pace and accomplishing goals.
  • Orientation.
  • Create a professional network.
  • Industry relevance.
  • Real life experience.
  • Enable the intern to establish a profession network.

Learning Goals

At the start of the internship it is recommended that together we create a list of learning goals the intern hopes to complete. The learning goals serve as the academic and professional roadmap for the intern’s semester/time. This activity helps to clearly identify the intern’s learning objectives and how the intern plans to accomplish them. Creating these goals is also an opportune time to discuss work place requirements, intern responsibilities, and hours expected to complete (to earn credit).

We take time to meet with the interns during the first week of the internship to discuss and negotiate learning goals

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