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Prepare for Internships

Ensure your students are ready for their internship experience. Explore how to incorporate internship preparation materials into your classroom today.

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Virtual Internship Planning Considerations
Intentional planning and exploration is key in creating a meaningful virtual internship experience for students. While impactful, virtual...
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Virtual Internship Planning Resources
Engaging tools are the key to success in virtual internships. Explore highlighted recommendations and tools as you plan and implement virtual...
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Internship Preparation Modules
Prepare for internship success through implementation of NAF's Internship Preparation modules.
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The Value of High School Internships
Help students understand the importance of internships using this short lesson plan.
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Work and Learning Plan
Create internship ownership for students through a completed Work and Learning Plan. Use this document to identify internship projects toward...
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Converting Jobs to Internships Checklist
Help students understand and take ownership of converting their job to a growth-focused internship.
Educator|Student|Internship
Project of Value Planning
Showcase growth and learning through a Project of Value during an internship or internship alternative experience.
Educator|Partner|Internship
Skill Evaluation
An opportunity for students to reflect on their skill development prior to starting an internship or alternative experience.
Internship|Student
NAF Internship Assessment
Plan for student success through skill building by reviewing the NAF Internship Assessment prior to the start of an internship.
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Prepare for Internships FAQ

Do internships have to be completed in the summer?

Can students participate in more than one internships?

If a student doesn't pass their internship can they participate in another and have it count?

Do students have to submit pay stubs to prove they were paid for internships?

Does a student get academic credit for internships?

If a student has a 60 hour internship and a 20 hour internship does that meet NTC requirements?

What is the difference between "paid" and "compensated"?