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									Internship Agreement Form

Student Information
Student Name:                                  College:
Student ID:                                    Major:
ADU Email:                                     Cumulative GPA:
Address:                                       Faculty Supervisor:
Mobile #:

Employer Information                           Internship Information
Company Name:                                  Start Date:
Company Supervisor:                            End Date:
Title:                                         Working Days:
Email:                                         Working Hours:
Office Phone:
Office Fax:

Job Title:
____________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Learning Goals: (Student and faculty member complete this part)

             1. Enhance client relations, proposal writing, design contracts,

             2. Enhance drafting, schematic design, design development, (using manual
                or/and computer drawings techniques

             3. Enhance construction administration, and site observation

             4. Develop furniture design (conceptual and technical skills)

             5. Solve design problems with the given limited resources.

             6. Enhance student’s communication skills.

             7. Practice proper problem-solving planning and organization skills.

             8. Develop construction documents.

             9. Provide students with an in-depth study of material and technical library
                resources.

   Career Dev Career Development Department
               P.O. Box 59911, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Tel. 02-5015635, Fax. 02-5860268
Learning Activities: (Student and company supervisor complete this part)

____________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________

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   Career Dev Career Development Department
             P.O. Box 59911, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Tel. 02-5015635, Fax. 02-5860268
   Terms and Conditions of Career Services

 The following Terms and Conditions are to act as a guideline both for the intern and the
 organization they represent. Should the organization, however, have additional codes of
 conduct/organizational policies they wish to review with the intern, they are welcome to do so.
 Exposure to such organizational regulations is a valuable part of the intern’s learning process in
 his/her workplace assignment.

 I. Internship Eligibility Criteria

 To be eligible for an internship with ADU, the student must:

 A. Be currently enrolled as a third or fourth year student at ADU in a bachelor’s degree program
    or at the appropriate stage, as specified by the respective department, in a master’s degree
    program.
 B. Be able to engage in an extensive internship lasting approx 6 weeks at 40 hours per week for
    the bachelor’s degree program. The master’s degree program will have different criteria as
    set out by the program requirements.
 C. Be in good academic and personal/professional standing at ADU and elsewhere.

II. Internship Program - Conditions

 A. There is no payment for the internship. All students will receive academic course credit for
    their work-training experience as well as hands-on professional experience. However, the
    award of course credit will be based on their performance evaluation.
 B. No ADU interns will involve themselves in any activities outside of the organization’s
    expected duties.

III. Professional Expectations of the Intern

 A. To respect and maintain confidentiality with all sensitive organizational information they may
 encounter during their internship
 B. To arrange their own transportation both to and from the organization they are placed with for
    the entire duration of their internship.
 C. Should the ADU intern fall subject to illness, he/she should inform both the relevant on-site
    and ADU supervisor as promptly as possible. Any days missed will need to be made up
    toward the end of the internship.
 D. To conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times and in all aspects of their
    working assignment. Specifically:

 1. Students should be sensitive regarding the use of mobile phones during working hours for
    personal reasons. Priority and careful attention should be given to their work assignments
    during their internship.
 2. Use of organization telephone for personal calls should be avoided unless permission is
    given to do so.

      Career Dev Career Development Department
                 P.O. Box 59911, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Tel. 02-5015635, Fax. 02-5860268
 3. Students are expected to report to the organization at their expected working times and not
    leave until their working day is complete.
 4. Students are expected to be punctual for all meetings and complete work assignments at the
    times specified by the organization.
 5. It is expected that the interns be flexible, polite and considerate in their professional attitude
    at all times and exercise the highest standards of customer service.
 6. Students are expected to inquire about the organizational dress code and adhere to specific
    organization guidelines. ADU recommends the following:

      a) National dress is fully acceptable.
      b) No revealing, tight or transparent clothing (this applies both to male and female interns).
      c) Male interns should wear business/professional attire at all times. This includes dress
         pants, shirt and tie and jacket, if needed, for more formal meetings and/or events.
      d) Females should wear business/professional attire at all times. This includes, dress pants
         or skirt (below the knee), jacket and/or blouse/sweater, if needed.
      e) Avoid the application of excessive makeup and jewelry.

 7. Should an ADU student, whilst an intern with the organization, engage in any unlawful or
     seriously offensive activity that could harm the reputation of ADU or the organization he/she
     represents, either party reserves the right to terminate the internship immediately.
 8. It is expected that the intern, upon completion of the internship, will return all property
     belonging to the organization.
 9. Occasionally the ADU supervisor or a Career Services Officer may arrange for an on-site visit
     with the student during his/her internship; any such visit will be coordinated in advance with
     the organization hosting the intern.
 10. Students will be expected to complete an internship report, as directed by their academic
     department, at the completion of their internship.


IV.   Professional Expectations of the Organization

 A. It is expected that the organization ensures the availability of suitable projects and tasks for the
    intern to engage in for the duration of the internship.
 B. It is expected that the organization will monitor the progress of the intern and communicate
    frequently with him/her to offer constructive feedback.
 C. It is expected that the organization will provide facilities and resources for the intern so as to
    enable him/her to complete the assigned tasks.
 D. It is expected that the organization will bear any work-related expenses incurred by the intern
    that may be necessary to complete a work place assignment.
 E. It is expected that the organization will provide a safe and clean work environment and that the
    student will not be asked to engage in any significant or sensitive additional assignments
    without formal approval by the ADU intern supervisor.

 * Should the ADU intern experience any form of bodily harm, injury or even death at their place of
 employment, the organization will not be held responsible for such mishaps.


      Career Dev Career Development Department
                 P.O. Box 59911, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Tel. 02-5015635, Fax. 02-5860268
F. ADU greatly appreciates receiving all intern documents at the completion of the internship.

Both the organization supervisor and the ADU intern hereby confirm that the above terms and
conditions have been reviewed, understood and accepted as a professional guideline for ensuring
a successful internship both for the intern and the organization they represent.




 Signatures

  Student: _________________________________                  Date: ______________________


  Company Supervisor: ______________________                  Date: ______________________


  Faculty Supervisor: ________________________                Date: ______________________


  Dean of College: ___________________________                Date: ______________________




     Career Dev Career Development Department
                P.O. Box 59911, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Tel. 02-5015635, Fax. 02-5860268

								
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