From the Practitioner's Corner
College interns often possess information-age skills that are not familiar to workers who have been on the job for several years. Interns may be future sources for new employees. There is also the added benefit of observing and evaluating an intern for future consideration, as a full-time employee, after graduation. Giving junior employees the opportunity to supervise interns is also a way of evaluating the junior employees’ potential as a supervisor. The employment of college interns should be a mutually beneficial endeavor. As with all successful endeavors, the employment of interns requires planning and supervision.
Scerbinski, Jacqueline S.
"College Interns: An Entrepreneurial Response to a Cost-Conscious Economy,"
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Vol. 13
, Article 9.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/neje/vol13/iss1/9