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National College Credit Recommendation Service
Manhattan Institute of Management | Evaluated Learning Experience
Manhattan Institute of Management, New York, NY.
September 2004 -September 2009.
Instructional delivery format:
Traditional classroom model
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: use technical knowledge, time management/organization skills, teamwork/cooperation, communication skills (oral and written), and follow through on tasks to interact in the business environment.
Students engage in a pre-internship - resume writing workshop and interview workshop to prepare them for placement within a business enterprise. Companies complete a corporate internship form describing the company and internship objectives for students for approval by MIM prior to placement. Students are supervised while in the field and a MIM staff person serves as facilitator and mentor for that experience. Students complete a report on the company's structure, finances, managerial culture, and projects completed or worked on and provide an analysis of their personal internship experience. Students keep a monthly journal to help define the main ideas and content of the report. MIM staff contact the placement company regularly to ensure that the company is providing an relevant and appropriate work experience and suitable supervision and that the student is fulfilling his/her responsibilities in terms of attendance and performance of duties. Students' work supervisots complete an internship evaluation form regarding students' achievement of the goals of the internship, and ranks their technical knowledge, organization and time management skills, team work and cooperation, oral and written skills, and ability to follow through on tasks.
In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, up to 9 semester hours (depending upon the policies of the receiving college or university regarding such learning experiences) as an off-site supervised internship or field experience (6/05).