workplace, health, and safety standards; and5.Analyze and evaluate operational procedure in each assigned task andrecommend any appropriate course of action to be take to improveprocedures.6.Support the three (3) departments; Sales and Marketing, Supply andPrice Risk and Logistics Team by providing internship task, leadgeneration, updating company records and databases, providingadministrative work, accompanying on fieldworks, and other task thatmay assigned by the supervisor. III.REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROGRAMA.Documentary Requirements1.Acceptance Letter2.Certificate of Completion3.Three 50 hours reportEstablished Internship Plan between DLSU and Host Company/InstitutionPage 1 of 3
4.Supervisor Evaluation form5.Attendance Card (Photocopy will do)6.Individual Final ReportB.Orientation and BriefingAfter the application period, orientation and pre-internship seminars shallbe organized by DLSU. Training expectations, guidelines, rules andregulations, course requirements shall be discussed and explained to theStudent-Interns through or in addition to an open forum that shall provide avenue for clarification on certain issues. Speakers from the HostCompany/Institution may be invited to share their insights, expectations andexperiences to be able to guide the Student-Interns with regard to the workand experience that entails in the internship with their Company/Institution.C.Internship ContractA Memorandum of Agreement regarding the internship of DLSU Studentsshall be executed between DLSU and the Host Company/Institution; and aseparate Memorandum of Agreement regarding the particular Student’sinternship shall be executed between the Host Company/Institution and theStudent-Intern. These agreements shall identify each party’s roles andresponsibilities regarding the internship program.
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