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Preparedness to Receive a Call

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Preparedness to Receive a Call

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  1. Preparedness to Receive a Call Don’t be Caught Off Guard Be Ready for That First Phone Call

  2. Preliminary Measures • Professionalize out-going voice mail message • Formalize process to have messages relayed (tell everyone who may answer your phone) • Target a two to three week period to conduct interviews • Update calendar . . . have it accessible at all times

  3. Know and Be Ready to Discuss Internship Requirements (1-3) • # weeks, including beginning & ending parameters • Full time, 40 hours/week • overtime, nature of the job if expected of other staff • Sites used by former ISU interns

  4. Internship Prelim Requirements (2-3) • # of letters you sent out • # of interviews you anticipate having • interview evaluation forms must be completed (per site: one by site personnel, one by you) • offers, hopefully you will have options • PRE-commitment meeting w/ Ms. Henson • “think-tank” session • revised/interview set of objectives REQUIRED • NOT a stumbling block • learning agreement

  5. Internship On-Site Requirements [Components Involving Site Supervisor] (3-3) • weekly meeting • weekly reports • initial report • university supervisor visit • midterm evaluation • on-campus midterm seminar • final evaluation • on-campus final seminar

  6. University Contact and Professional/Personal References • Ms. Betty Henson • (309)438-5008 • <bahenso@ilstu.edu • References • Be sure reference is willing to serve • Provide name, phone #, address (e/snail) • Review how long you have known reference and in what capacity