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NIRI-NY Logler 9/11 Internship Program Employer FAQ for the 2015-16 Season
Q: What is the program and why was it created? A: The program was created in 2002 and is dedicated to the memory of former NIRI-NY Chapter member Elizabeth Logler who passed away at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The purpose of the program is to create paid summer internship opportunities in the investor relations, public relations, corporate communications and related fields for eligible students ( family members of the 9/11 attacks, first responders and members of the recognized 9/11 charity Tuesday’s Children) Q: Who administers the program? A: The Board of NIRI –NY administers the program. NIRI-NY will introduce approved internship candidates to any company wishing to provide a paid internship opportunity. Participating companies may interview candidates for paid internship positions that they offer during the summer. The terms and conditions of the internship are established by the employer for each position offered. NIRI-NY serves as the “introducing broker” and it does not offer internship positions. NIRI-NY is not a party to the internship – which is agreed to between the intern and the company. Q: How does NIRI-NY qualify the applicant? What students are eligible? A: We work with our sponsoring partner – Tuesday’s Children (www.tuesdayschildren.org) in the process. Tuesday’s Children will solicit and pre-qualify college students who are actively seeking paid summer internship positions within the investor relations, public relations, corporate communications and related fields. Students will submit their resumes to Tuesday’s Children – who after review – will forward them to NIRI-NY. Resumes submitted by Tuesday’s Children will be deemed to be eligible for this program. Q: What is the timetable of the program? A: Tuesday’s Children was notified about the launch of the 2015-16 NIRI-NY Logler 9/11 Internship Program on September 30, 2015. We have asked them to make contact with students and the parents of students who are eligible to partake in the program. We have established an initial cut-off date of Friday December 4, 2015 for submission of student resumes. Resumes will be distributed to employers the week of December 7, 2015 for your review. Upon receipt – employers may feel free to contact the student directly. Noting that most colleges have breaks sometime between mid- December and mid-January – you may elect to invite students to interview with you – or conduct phone interviews as you see fit. NIRI-NY does not participate in the interview or hiring process. Our sole role is to introduce eligible students for consideration for your internship programs. Employers should inform NIRI-NY by May if they have retained a Logler Intern –so that the intern and one representative of the employer will be invited to attend the NIRI-NY Annual Meeting of Members in the second half of June, 2015 as our guest. This is a networking event.
Q: What is the timing of the start and end of the actual internship positions? A: The term of the paid internship will be negotiated between the employer and the intern, and is customarily done to accommodate work and school schedules. The terms and conditions of the internship are pursuant to the customary internship programs provided by the employer. Q: What is the benefit to our company – in retaining a Logler Intern? A: What distinguishes our internship candidates – is that they are students that in some cases have lost a parent in the World Trade Center attacks. This represents an opportunity for a local employer to provide an opportunity for one of the students who have lost a family member. Our program has been in place since 2002 and has had visibility in the Investor Relations community. Investor Relations Magazine has written an article about the program for the past few years (see link) and it gives visibility to the employers – who have stepped up and made a difference in our community. Employers who retain a Logler student should report this to the Logler Internship Chair (as noted below). The Board of NIRI-NY always invites the interns to attend its late June Annual Meeting of Members – so that the students can meet several area professionals in a networking environment as our guest. Companies who retain an intern and attend the Annual Meeting will be recognized by the Chapter President at the event. We will also inform our members of each internship via our web page and announce it at the Annual Meeting.