Academic Credits are awarded by educational institutions for the successful completion of coursework or learning experiences, including internships related to specific courses. In virtual internships, students have the opportunity to earn academic credits that count towards their degree requirements. They may also have the option to transfer these credits to their home institution or international educational programs such as higher degree courses like Masters, Ph.D., etc.
Virtual internships on Internset provide detailed Program Outcomes Reports, which can be utilized by students to support their academic credit-earning process. It's important for students to consult with their academic advisors to understand the specific requirements and eligibility criteria for earning and transferring credits. Policies and procedures regarding credit awards may vary across institutions.
An academic reference letter, which is sometimes called an academic recommendation letter, is a document used when you're applying for higher education. This letter talks about your academic achievements, what kind of student you are, and your plans for future studies. Usually, it's written by a teacher or professor who knows you well from teaching you, preferably within the past two years, either in your previous or current school, college, or university.
A mentoring approach where a more experienced employee (buddy) guides and supports the virtual intern throughout the internship.
A recognition awarded to individuals who have successfully passed a Skill Test on Internset, demonstrating their proficiency and expertise in a specific area or skill. This certificate validates their specialized knowledge and serves as a testament to their competency in that particular skill.
A team composed of individuals from different departments or areas of expertise who collaborate on projects, giving virtual interns exposure to various aspects of the business.
A meeting held at the end of the internship to discuss the intern's overall performance, learning, and future opportunities.
The administrative procedures and tasks that a virtual intern needs to complete before concluding their internship, such as equipment returns or project handovers.
Documentation submission refers to the process where interns are required to provide certain identification documents, resume, and any other necessary certifications or forms as part of the onboarding process for their virtual internship. These documents typically serve as proof of identity, qualifications, and eligibility to participate in the internship program.
Note: The specific documents and certifications that may be requested can vary depending on the requirements of the virtual internship program and the organization hosting it.
Delivering a formal presentation to company executives or stakeholders, an opportunity that some virtual interns may have during their internship.
A meeting conducted at the end of the internship to gather feedback from the virtual intern about their overall experience and suggestions for improvement.
A work arrangement or policy that allows interns to have more control over their work schedules. It enables individuals to adjust their start and end times, as well as breaks, to better align with their personal needs, preferences, or obligations. Flexible work hours provide freedom in determining when and where work is performed, as long as the required tasks and responsibilities are fulfilled. This arrangement can accommodate diverse lifestyles, such as those with caregiving responsibilities, pursuing education, or managing multiple commitments.
A formal document that outlines the terms, conditions, and expectations between the intern and the host company or organization. It serves as a mutual agreement that clarifies the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of both parties during the internship period. The agreement typically covers details such as the internship duration, work schedule, scope of responsibilities, confidentiality requirements, intellectual property rights, and any specific rules or regulations that apply.
The administrative procedures and documentation required when a virtual intern concludes their internship.
The possibility for a virtual intern to continue their internship beyond the original end date, subject to approval and availability.
A written or verbal assessment where virtual interns share their thoughts, experiences, and insights gained during the internship.
A letter of recommendation is a formal document designed to assess your suitability and qualifications for a specific role. Such documents prove invaluable when one is pursuing a new employment opportunity, seeking admission to a university, applying for a scholarship, or aspiring to assume a leadership position within a group or organization.
Input and guidance provided by management to virtual interns on their performance and professional growth.
A questionnaire sent to team members, including virtual interns, to gauge their emotional well-being and satisfaction at work. Team members receive an email asking how they are feeling, and the responses help monitor the team's overall mood and identify areas for improvement.
An internship where the work done by the intern does not generate commercial value or benefit for the company or organization. Instead, the main objective of such internships is to provide learning opportunities and valuable experience to the intern. The focus is on the intern's development rather than on generating commercial gains for the company or organization.
A systematic orientation and integration of interns into the virtual work environment. It entails providing virtual interns with the necessary resources, information, and support to seamlessly transition into their remote internship roles.
An internship program or opportunity where the participating individual works for a reduced number of hours compared to a full-time internship. It is designed to provide valuable work experience and learning opportunities while accommodating the intern's schedule and other commitments. Part-time internships offer flexibility, allowing individuals to balance their internship responsibilities with academic studies, personal obligations, or additional work engagements. The duration and specific hours worked can vary depending on the agreement between the intern and the host organization.
The Program Outcomes Report for virtual internships typically includes information such as the specific goals and objectives of the internship program, the tasks and projects completed by the interns, the skills developed during the virtual internship, and the overall impact of the experience on the interns' professional growth and career readiness.
Working together on projects or tasks despite being physically distant, facilitated by online collaboration tools and platforms.
A work arrangement where employees or interns perform their duties outside of a traditional office setting, typically from home or other locations.
A written document or essay that outlines an individual's educational and career goals in an academic context. It is typically required as part of the application process for educational programs, scholarships, or admissions to academic institutions.
A tool or system used to monitor and manage the progress of the tasks assigned to virtual interns during their internship.
Another term for remote work or virtual work, where employees or interns work from a location other than the company's physical office.
A common practice in internships and workplaces where interns are required to record their daily working hours by logging in when they start working and logging out when they finish. This process helps monitor and manage the time spent on different tasks, provides insights into productivity, and ensures compliance with work hours and schedule requirements.
The process of coordinating work schedules and meetings across different time zones to ensure efficient collaboration among virtual interns and team members from around the world.
A type of internship where the intern works remotely, usually from their own location, using digital tools and online communication platforms to complete assigned tasks.
Building professional connections and relationships through online platforms and virtual events, important for virtual interns to expand their professional network.
Regular meetings between virtual interns and their supervisors to discuss progress, challenges, and provide feedback.