||(Event: 2020 AMTA Conference)|
Nov 22, 2020 1:15 pm - Nov 22, 2020 5:15 pm
Session Type: Additional Course
Stuck in a rut with the same old method? Internship directors must revise approaches and processes to fit the ever-changing needs and trends of younger generations of interns and students. Explore characteristics of Millennials and Gen Z, innovative application and interview techniques, supervision, schedules, and evaluation model of a successful internship setting. This presentation is designed for supervisors only.
- Participants will identify 3-5 characteristics of the Millennial and Gen Z generations that impact learning, performance, and professional behavior. CBMT domains: III.B.3, IV.A.2, IV.B.7, IV.B.11.
- Participants will identify techniques to assess prospective interns’ skills, provide productive feedback during supervision, and evaluate competencies. CBMT domains: IV.A.2, IV.B.11, IV.B.14.
I.Welcome (10 minutes)
II. Why innovate? (60 minutes)
a.Rationale for innovating internship
b.Characteristics of generations
c.Mental health and job performance
BREAK (10 minutes)
III.Theorizing innovation (45 minutes)
IV.Executing innovation (90 minutes)
c.Schedule and structure... insert BREAK (10 minutes)
V.Questions and course evaluation (15 minutes)