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Next Gen: Tips for Hiring Summer Help

A recent study noted that approximately 65 percent of co-op/intern positions have already been cancelled for this summer. While hiring a student may be out of the question because of your work from home environment or other business considerations, if you do have tasks and projects that are well suited for a student that can be handled effectively in our current environment, there are plenty of hungry students out there looking for work! However, there are many things to consider to make sure it is a good experience for you and the student. Join AOE’s President Kimberly Kayler and Bailey Numbers, AOE intern, for this FREE 20 min. AOE webinette, which will showcase the top five things you need to consider when hiring a student this summer.


Learning Objectives:

  1. How to indoctrinate your student related to best practices, core values and expectations.

  2. Define reporting structure and job descriptions dos and don’ts including what to do if the student has downtime.

  3. Learn how to provide radical candor and feedback regularly throughout the work experience. 

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