If your young charges are just stuffing envelopes and making coffee, you’re missing out
You’ve shown the interns where the cafeteria and bathrooms are. They have their employee badges prominently displayed and a copy of your policies and procedures tucked under their arms. Now what do you do with them?
Across the country each year, college students will break away from their campuses for meaningful “real world” experiences. You certainly don’t want to dampen their enthusiasm nor simply turn them loose within your company.
So, just how do you channel your intern’s excitement for this “real” job into an experience that is:
As a major academic medical center situated on one of the nation’s largest student campuses, The Ohio State University Medical Center may be the “Internship Capital” of the United States. We have 50,000+ students to choose from. College interns work in all of our research, education and patient care areas and in support-service areas such as Communications and Marketing.