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Under the direction of the Business, Paralegal and Technology Dean and Workforce Director the Internship Development Coordinator will work to provide Business Pathways students high quality opportunities that prepare them to enter their chose profession with a focus on equity gaps that exist for student populations. The coordinator will work with faculty, businesses, industry partners and other key stakeholders to develop and maintain internships, co-op work experiences and other work place learning opportunities for students in programs with required work-based learning activities. TCC is committed to placing students in paid opportunities and with employers with potential employment for students after graduation.

This is a 12-month temporary position.
Essential Functions
Conduct research to identify local employers who offer internship opportunities relevant to the Business AAS programs learning outcomes and the interests of students.
Analyze industry trends and labor market demands to anticipate internship needs and opportunities.
Collaborate with faculty and advisory committees to build on existing partnerships
Establish and nurture relationships with key contacts at local businesses, including HR managers, department heads, and hiring managers.
Attend networking events, industry conferences, and community meetings to expand the TCCs network of potential internship providers.
Utilize social media and other channels to attract potential internship sites with local employers.
Collaborate with local employers and faculty to create and customize internship programs that meet their needs while providing valuable learning experiences for business students.
Negotiate internship agreements with employers, outlining expectations, responsibilities, and benefits for both the internship host, the student intern and Tacoma Community College.
Develop marketing materials and promotional campaigns to raise awareness of internship opportunities among target audiences, including students, recent graduates, and career counselors.
Work with chair, faculty and Pathway Specialists and career center staff to promote internship openings and engage with potential student interns.
Work closely with employers to define internship requirements, qualifications, and selection criteria.
Assist in the recruitment and selection process by posting internship openings, reviewing applications, and coordinating interviews with employers and students.
Prepare students for internship experience from resume preparation, interviewing and internship placement.
Collaborate with employers to develop onboarding materials, training plans, and resources for interns.
Provide guidance and support to interns and employers throughout the onboarding process, addressing any questions or concerns that arise.
Track the progress and performance of interns placed at local employers collecting feedback from both interns and employers to assess program effectiveness.
Conduct evaluations and assessments to measure the impact of internship programs on interns' skills development and career readiness.
Serve as a primary point of contact for interns placed at local employers, offering guidance, mentorship, and resources to support their professional growth.
Address any issues or challenges that arise during the internship experience, working collaboratively with interns and employers to find solutions.
Maintain accurate records of internship placements, including employer partnerships, internship agreements, and internship outcomes.
Prepare reports and presentations summarizing internship activities, achievements, and areas for improvement.
Stay informed about industry trends, regulatory requirements, and best practices related to internships and experiential learning.
Continuously assess and adapt internship programs to meet the evolving needs of employers, interns, and the organization.
Occasional evening and weekend work required

Tacoma Community College

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