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Uploaded on Mar 29, 2011
Though not all internships offer a wage, the best opportunities allow the intern to accomplish real work, participate as a "regular" employee, and begin to develop a professional network that the student can leverage after graduation. If wages are not paid, the internship should be aligned with the student's academic program and offered for credit. Employers (especially start-ups and non-profits) can seek out grant funding sources to help offset wages paid to students.