Career Central
Host Institution Toolkit

Congratulations on committing to host an intern! Now it's time to begin recruitment (if you haven't already selected a student) and discussing what projects the intern will be doing/which department(s) the intern will be assigned. If you are selecting from CASE's external pool of applications, those applications will be distributed shortly after the Feb. 8, 2019 application deadline. 

This toolkit includes sample templates you might find helpful including: 

Intern Application (Specific to your institution and project.)

General Internship Job Description

Call for Projects (To share with departments within your advancement office.)

Frequently Asked Questions - Host Institutions

Frequently Asked Questions - Students

 


Samples projects former CASE Advancement Interns have been assigned:
  • Establish a Young Alumni Council aimed at developing programming for recent graduates
  • Assist with the design and implementation of a senior gift program
  • Research trends and best practices in phonathons
  • Create a pilot crowdfunding campaign for reunion class giving
  • Assist with implementing a student philanthropy program
  • Work with the college's advancement office to expand recognition to outstanding seniors
  • Assist with the implementation of a one week online student giving campaign
  • Establish a new young alumni networking dinner. This program will provide student leaders the opportunity to network with successful, local young alumni
  • Create a named spaces catalog
  • Benchmarking media strategies for fundraising campaigns
  • Assist with the strategy and development of a new digital platform for alumni engagement
  • Develop a plan to engage student athletes
  • Rebrand initiatives for the student alumni association, focusing on a value-added student experience that will extend into young alumni programming