Current Students at Community Semester

Respect for office policy and protocols. Interns are required to familiarize themselves with office protocol, personnel rules and policies and to conduct themselves accordingly.

Ongoing Evaluation. Student interns will receive evaluation forms twice during the semester. They must complete and return these evaluations promptly to the Program Coordinator. Interns are responsible for reporting any significant problems they may encounter to the mentor and the Program Coordinator in a timely fashion.

Work requirements. Student interns are required to fulfill 28 hours of work a week and to arrive punctually at designated work times. They are responsible for completing any and all projects assigned. If the student intern is unable to report to work for any reason, s/he must contact both the mentor and Program Coordinator and will be responsible for making up missed hours.

Conditions of Work. Students have the right to work free from harassment or discrimination based on race, color, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation or any other legally protected status. They have the right to be treated with the same respect accorded to staff and members of the host organization.

Right to due process. In the event of disputes, disciplinary action or termination by the host organization, student interns have the right to due process.

Should the student be terminated by the host organization, his or her receipt of the tuition scholarship and weekly stipend will also be terminated upon that date. The student will be responsible for any tuition which remains unpaid after the scholarship.

If a student resigns from the program, he/she will be responsible for the full cost of tuition and will no longer receive financial support.