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Premier Interns makes finding quality intern candidates simple.
We start with quality students – All Premier Interns are verified.
Premier Interns Resumes and Profiles are accurate.
You can start an internship program in just three steps:
Step 1: CREATE AN INTERNSHIP
Register – Employers can post ten (10) full-time or part-time jobs, paid or unpaid internships and project work.
Post – Select a sample internship description, customize to your needs and send to us – we do the rest. Most popular work:
Marketing / Sales / Advertising • Social Media / PR / Events
Finance / Accounting • Office Help / Project Manager / Assistant
Computer / Software Support • Medical / Research Intern
Manufacturing Intern • Fine or Performing Arts Intern
Receptionist • Customer Support Representative
Step 2: REVIEW APPLICATIONS
When students apply to your internship, you get an email message to view their application – no phone calls, no spam allowed.
It’s easy to create an exclusive “PremierInterns@” email address – we can send them there.
Step 3: SCHEDULE A CALL OR INTERVIEW
When you see Premier Interns of interest to you, simply email or call to leave them a message. Premier Interns reply in the manner most convenient for you.
View Sample Intern Projects and Project Work / Task Ideas:
What types of projects should you assign to interns?
- Premier Interns perform best when they can work projects with clear instruction and limited supervision – think ‘Entry-Level’ and define start- / end- points.
- Once projects are completed to your satisfaction, you can always add responsibilities and/or complexity.
TIP: Days of mindless, boring or unwanted menial work is not an internship program – instead: THINK PROJECT WORK.
• Project Work is where Premier Interns Excel – FT / PT, Paid / Unpaid: Project Work is a WIN-WIN.
1. Everyone can use some extra help around the office.
2. Students are looking for experience – internship work and job experience is divided by project work.
3. Students and Interns need to learn at least 5 skills to place on resumes, college and scholarship applications, and job applications – of course.
4. So divide a ‘Job’ into projects – it’s an easy way to delegate and get jobs done with limited supervision.
5. Give them a shot – here are example projects, where your intern will feel comfortable applying to work:
Sample Project Work / Job Task Examples:
- Research competitor programs, campaigns, or initiatives – compile and present statistics.
- Add fresh life to a project that has been forever ‘ON-HOLD”.
- Create a new social media approach, a new strategy, evaluate other social media platforms, or plan how your current social media strategy could be improved.
- Critique your company’s website: page by page. From a new and fresh perspective, collect ideas for enhancing User Experience (UX).
- Propose ideas to a mid-level problem – create a new perspective.
- Research and report on the most successful companies in your industry – start with companies in other markets first.
- Scan industry media for news items; provide regularly scheduled updates.
- Join team members at a client, sales, or another outside meeting – purely in an observer role. Request notes and feedback after the meeting.
- For Techies: Find new ways to improve efficiency, streamline programs, or cut costs.
- Give 1 real job or task – although it may be incredibly simple and/or basic (such as answering the phones during lunch hours) it shows they are willing to go 110% and take full responsibility.
- Create new versions of a PowerPoint presentation, such as refreshing charts and graphs, or changing slides from old 3:4 to 16:9 HD format.
- Schedule, plan and coordinate, and attend an event or meeting – you can always use an extra hand.
- Update a marketing plan, financial forecast, or another report that needs a new life.
- Produce a video or slide presentation.
- Perform a study or survey; analyze and present results.
- Write internal communications.
- Compile employee manuals or develop process directions for tasks with high employee turnover.
- Source goods or search for lower-cost sources for high-volume materials.
- Serve as a liaison between the company and clients or vendors (freeing up staff members to communicate on only more crucial issues).
- Aid in the modification or enhancement of your internship program.
- Help screen and train replacement interns prior to departure.
Businesses receive 400+ Sample Job Descriptions:
Premier Intern Businesses join and receive over 400 Job Descriptions
Accounts Payable Specialist
Accounts Receivable Specialist
Assistant Project Manager
Assistant Property Manager
Assistant Store Manager
Building Maintenance Technician
Business Development Manager
Business Intelligence Analyst
Business Systems Analyst
Call Center Manager
Call Center Representative
CEO (Chief Executive Officer)
CFO (Chief Financial Officer)
Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Medical Officer
Chief of Staff
Child Care Worker
CIO (Chief Information Officer)
Client Services Manager
CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)
Construction Project Manager
COO (Chief Operating Officer)
CPA (Certified Public Accountant)
CTO (Chief Technology Officer)
Customer Service Associate
Customer Service Manager
Customer Service Representative
Data Entry Clerk
Dental Office Manager
Desktop Support Specialist
Digital Marketing Manager
Direct Support Professional
Director of Finance
Director Of Nursing
Director of Operations
Director of Sales
Front Desk Agent
Front End Developer
Help Desk Clerk
Home Health Aide
Home Health Nurse
Hotel Front Desk Clerk
Inside Sales Representative
IT Business Analyst
IT Project Manager
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Logistics Specialist Coordinator
Medical Office Assistant
Medical Office Manager
Medical Records Clerk
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Outside Sales Representative
Patient Care Technician
Physical Therapy Assistant
Product Marketing Manager
Public Relations Account Manager
Quality Control Inspector
Real Estate Agent
Real Estate Broker
Regional Sales Manager
Registered Nurse (RN)
Retail Assistant Manager
Retail Sales Associate
Retail Store Manager
Sales Support Specialist
School Bus Driver
School Social Worker
Senior Project Manager
Social Media Intern
Social Media Manager
Special Education Teacher
Supply Chain Manager
Technical Support Specialist
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