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									                                  INTERNSHIP INTENT
      ARTID 360 AND 460                                    IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
      INTERIOR DESIGN SEMINAR AND INTERNSHIP                       Çigdem T. Akkurt

                                              STUDENT INTERN

      NAME:

      SCHOOL ADDRESS:                                    PHONE: (     )
              City:                                      E-mail:
       State & Zip:                                      Web Page:


      HOME ADDRESS:                                      PHONE: (     )
              City:                                      E-mail:
       State & Zip:

      INTERNSHIP RESIDENCE ADDRESS:
              City:
       State & Zip:                                      PHONE: (     )



                                     INTERNSHIP HOST/SUPERVISOR

NAME OF HOST:                                            TITLE:
                           (Contact Person)                        E-mail:

NAME OF FIRM:

FIRM'S ADDRESS:                                          PHONE: (         )
           City:                                         E-mail:
     State & Zip:

HOST/ SUPERVISOR A PROFESSIONAL MEMBER OF:
ASID                IIDA             IDC                           Other (specify)

INDICATE TYPE OF CONTACT(s) MADE WITH THIS FIRM:
Letter/Resume                         Phone conversation
Personal interview                    Other (specify)
Check if Paid Internship              Your Wages


INTERN’S SIGNATURE                                       DATE
                       INTERIOR DESIGN
                 INTERNSHIP AGREEMENT
                                                                  IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
Phone: 515/294-8978                                             Department of Art and Design
Fax: 515/294-2725                                                      158 College of Design
E-mail: akkurt@iastate.edu                                                Ames, Iowa 50 011


The following statements constitute the agreement on which participation in an internship course in
the Department of Art and Design is based.


PLACEMENT AND EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES

The Department of Art and Design, Iowa State University and the cooperating host/employer agree
to observe placement procedures and employment practices which conform to all federal, state and
local laws and regulations including non-discrimination toward any participant or employee
because of race, color, religion, sex, veteran's status, handicap, age, or national origin.


RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ART AND DESIGN,
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY

The Department of Art and Design and Internship Advisor agrees to:

1.   Provide the intern with the needed university related instruction and orientation.
2.   Provide e-mail and/or phone consultation and coordination service to participants
     during the internship program.
3.   Approve the student's learning objectives for the internship period.
4.   Be responsible for assigning a grade at the end of the internship period.


RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COOPERATING HOST/EMPLOYER

The host/employer recognizes the intern as a student and agrees to:
1. Provide varied job experiences and adequate supervision, recognizing the intern's work
    as student work.
2. Allow student interns to interview members of the firm to develop an Internship Notebook.
3. Review the intern's learning objectives and help the intern appropriately modify learning
    objectives for the internship period.
4. NOTIFY THE INTERNSHIP ADVISOR AT LEAST TWO WEEKS BEFORE ANY
    ACTION
    WHICH RESULTS IN THE TERMINATION OR CHANGE OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS.
5. Complete and return to the ISU Internship Advisor an evaluation of the intern at the end
    of internship period.
6. Agree to retain the student for the period in which s/he is placed, providing that
    the intern performs satisfactorily.
7. Provide appropriate workman's compensation for the intern in case of on the job injury.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE STUDENT

After placement, the intern agrees to:

    1.   Register for the internship course and pay appropriate tuition and fees.
    2.   Abide by the regulations and policies of the host/employer and the university.
    3.   Satisfy the work performance standards of the host/employer and the academic standards
         of Iowa State University.
    4.   Notify the internship faculty coordinator prior to any change in employment status
         which might affect internship credit.
    5.   Complete all required reports, assignments and forms used for evaluation purposes.
    6.   Each individual student is to locate her/his own placement in a design firm in
         which she/he can work directly with an individual who is a professional member of
         ASID, IBD, ISID, AIA or other appropriate professional affiliation. Under normal
         circumstances only one ISU intern will be placed in a single firm.


WORK/ACADEMIC ASSIGNMENTS

Academic assignments to be completed by the intern for grading are:

    1.   Internship Time and Narrative Reports to be mailed or E-mailed each week.
    2.   Internship Book to be developed to include the host firm's profile.
         Information such as the business organization, business and project management
         procedures, employee benefits, photographic, drawn and written documentation of
         the physical setting, and marketing strategies should also be included.
    3.   Student Evaluation of the seminar course, internship experience and activities.
    4.   Goals for Senior Study

The Internship Notebook must be postmarked no later than Monday, July 25, 2005 for grading.



THIS AGREEMENT MUST BE COMPLETED, APPROVED AND SIGNED BY ALL
BEFORE THE END OF THE SPRING SEMESTER.

This agreement is valid only for May 2005 – August 2005.

STARTING DATE: Monday, May 23, 2005                 ENDING DATE: Friday, July 22, 2005


SIGNATURES
AS PARTIES TO THE AGREEMENT, WE HAVE ACCEPTED THE RESPONSIBILITIES
AS STATED ON THIS FORM.

STUDENT INTERN:                                                       DATE:

INTERNSHIP ADVISOR/COORDINATOR:                                       DATE:

HOST/EMPLOYER SUPERVISOR:                                             DATE:
                             HOST FIRM PROFILE
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY             INTERNSHIP ADVISOR/COORDINATOR
INTERIOR DESIGN SEMINAR & INTERNSHIP                Çiğdem T. Akkurt



FIRM NAME:



GENERAL DETAILS ON YOUR FIRM (to be completed by the internship host/employer and
returned to the Internship Advisor/Coordinator)


                ID      Interior Design Firm
                IDS     Interior Design Studio
                A       Architectural Firm
                A/ID    Architecture and Interior Design Firm
                RFS     Retail Furniture Store w/ID Services
                CFD     Contract Furnishing Dealership w/ID Services
                D/C     Design/Construction
                MS      Market Showroom
                O       Other (Please specify)



PERCENTAGE OF WORK:

                  Residential Interior Design

                  Contract Interior Design (Indicate specialization(s) if applicable)




NUMBER OF INTERIOR DESIGN EMPLOYEES:



PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND CERTIFICATION:

         ASID Professional                                IIDA Professional

         IDC Professional                                 Other (please specify)

         NCIDQ Certification Number          __________NCARB Certification Number
                                       EVALUATION OF THE
                                      ACTIVITIES by the Intern
Student’s Name:

ART ID 460                                                                                  IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
INTERIOR DESIGN SEMINAR & INTERNSHIP                                                                Çigdem T. Akkurt
Based upon your original agreement with your host, did you, in fact, experience and participate in the activities
noted in your agreement?

             ACTIVITIES                              ACTIVE                           LIMITED
                                                    PARTICIPATION                    PARTICIPATION                    OBSERVATION

 1. General OfficeProcedures.....................................................................................................………………
         Answering Telephone.........................................................................................................… ……….
         Written Procedures.......................................................................................................………………
         Purchase Orders ..........................................................................................................……… ………
         Work Orders ..............................................................................................................………………
 2. Library...................................................................................................................... .....…………………
         Filing Samples ..........................................................................................................………… …….
         Filing Catalogs .............................................................................................. ............……………….
         Updating Price Lists ....................................................................................................………… ……
         Contact with Vendor/Reps ............................................................................... .............……………..
 3. Programming ................................................................................................................. ..…………………
         Project Research............................................................................. ............................………………
 4. Space Planning .............................................................................................................. ..…………………
 5. Budget Development..........................................................................................................………………
 6. Finish/Color Development..................................................................................................……… ………
 7. Product Research...............................................................................................................………………
         Estimating .................................................................................................................. ....……………
         Pricing ...........................................................................................................................……………
 8. Furniture/Finish Specs. ..................................................................................................... .………………
 9. Presentation/Color Boards ..................................................................................................……………….
10. Perspectives/Renderings ..................................................................................................... ……………….
11. Drafting/CAD ..................................................................................................................…… ……………
         Reflected Ceiling Plans ................................................................................................……… ………
         Plans ....................................................................................................................... …………………
         Elevations, Sections, Details ..................................................................................... ....…………...…
         Custom Furn. Details/Price............................................................................................……………..
12. Model Making .................................................................................................. ...............…………………
13. Client Contacts.............................................................................................................. ..…………………
14. Code Review/Research ..................................................................... ..................................………………
15. Field Measure Site .......................................................................................................... ...………………
16. Bid Analysis & Award.........................................................................................................………………
         Documentation .....................................................................................................……………………
17. Addenda/Bulletin Prep........................................................................................................……………..
18. Job Site Visit .............................................................................................................. .....…………………
19. Project Scheduling ............................................................................................................……………….
20. Installation ................................................................................................................ .....…………………
21. Punch List Documentation ...................................................................................................……………..
22. Teamwork .................................................................................................................... ...…………………
23. Other (please specify) ........................................................................................................ .……………….
                           STUDENT INTERNSHIP
                                   OBJECTIVES
ARTID 360 AND 460                                   IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
INTERIOR DESIGN SEMINAR AND INTERNSHIP                        Çiğdem T. Akkurt
______________________________________________________________________________

Before finalizing your internship reevaluate your internship objectives and expectations. This
form will be sent to your host firm and will be part of the internship grade evaluation given by the
Internship Advisor.

Complete the following questions and review your answers with the Internship Advisor.


STUDENT NAME:



A. List the most important activities from the Activities Agreement which you hope to experience
   in your internship.




B. List personal goals you hope to accomplish during your internship.




C. List career goals that you hope will be assisted by the internship.
 ASSIGNMENT CHECKLIST
      SPRING SEMESTER


1.   Portfolio Review
         Portfolio Review

2.   Networking Logs
         Actual networking logs from internship
           procurement

3.   Internship Procurement
         Internship Intent
         Interior Design Internship Agreement
         Host Firm Profile
         Intern Activities
         Student Internship Objectives

4.   Signed Internship Agreements
         Agreement Returned from Host Firm
                                    HOST/EMPLOYER
                                   RESPONSIBILITIES
 ART ID 360                                            IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
INTERIOR DESIGN INTERNSHIP SEMINAR                            Çiğdem T. Akkurt




ASSUMED RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HOST/EMPLOYER

A. Before the internship starts:

   1. Sign the Interior Design Internship Agreement form to confirm acceptance
      of the student intern.
   2. Identify areas of observation and involvement that will be available for the
      student on the Intern Activities form.
   3. Fill out the Host Firm Profile form.
   4. Identify the individual in the firm who will supervise the student and
      liaison with the ISU Internship Advisor on the Interior Design Internship
      Agreement.
   5. Paper work for the Internship should be returned to the ISU Internship
      Coordinator/Advisor.


B. During the internship:

   1. Review the Student Internship (learning) Objectives developed by the
      student and assist the student in modifications appropriate to your firm.
   2. Offer opportunity for observation and/or involvement by the student
      identified on the Intern Activities form.
   3. Provide a weekly conference with the student to answer questions and
      offer guidance for the student.
   4. Agree to retain the student for the period in which s/he is placed, providing
      that the intern performs satisfactorily.
   5. Verify the student’s satisfactory completion of the internship.
   6. Complete the form (to be provided to the host/employer at a later date) to
      evaluate the student’s performance and potential in the interior design
      field. (It is suggested that the designer/host discuss this evaluation with
      the student).
7. Provide appropriate workman’s compensation for the intern in case of on
   the job injury.
8. Inform the Internship Advisor if there is a conflict with the student, or
   if the student is not participating appropriately.


           Internship Advisor/Coordinator: Çiğdem T. Akkurt, Associate Professor
                                           Iowa State University
                                           Department of Art and Design
                                           158 College of Design
                                           Ames, Iowa 50011

                           Phone:          515/294-8978
                           Fax:            515/294-9755
                           E-mail:         akkurt@iastate.edu
                        INTERNSHIP ADVISOR
                           RESPONSIBILITIES
 ART ID 360 AND 460                                  IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
INTERIOR DESIGN INTERNSHIP SEMINAR                             Çiğdem T. Akkurt
 ______________________________________________________________________________




INTERNSHIP ADVISOR

A. Correspondence

   1. Correspond with the student, reacting to the content of his/her reports and
      giving direction for academic assignments.
   2. Correspond with the host/employer firm, sending Interior Design
      Internship Agreement.
   3. Send forms to evaluate student intern to the host/employer firm.
   4. Prepare Internship Address List and circulate to student interns via e-mail.
   5. Correspond with students via e-mail during their internships.

B. Approve internship placement.

C. Intermediary between student and host/employer firm if a problem
   develops. (In case of difficulty that cannot be resolved the advisor will
   authorize termination of the internship arrangement.)

D. Coordinate evaluations and evaluate student reports as the basis for the
   internship grade.

E. Contact designer/host, when necessary, to verify the student’s satisfactory
   completion of their internship responsibilities.
      STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES
 ART ID 360                                           IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
INTERIOR DESIGN INTERNSHIP SEMINAR                           Çiğdem T. Akkurt




RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE STUDENT

A. After placement, the intern agrees to:

   1. Register for the internship course and pay appropriate tuition and fees.
   2. Abide by the regulations and policies of the host/employer and the
      university.
   3. Satisfy the work performance standards of the host/employer and the
      academic standards of Iowa State University.
   4. Notify the internship faculty coordinator prior to any change in
      employment status which might affect internship credit.
   5. Complete all required reports, assignments and forms used for evaluation
      purposes.
   6. Each individual student is to locate her/his own placement in a design firm
      in which she/he can work directly with an individual who is a professional
      member of ASID, IBD, ISID, AIA or other appropriate professional
      affiliation. Under normal circumstances only one ISU intern will be
      placed in a single firm.

B. Academic assignments to be completed by the intern for grading are:

   1. Internship Time and Narrative Reports to be E-mailed each week.
   2. Internship Book to be developed to include the host firm's profile.
      Information such as the business organization, business and project
      management procedures, employee benefits, photographic, drawn and
      written documentation of the physical setting, and marketing strategies
      should also be included.
   3. Student Evaluation of the seminar course, internship experience and
      activities.

								
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