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What do you say when leaving an internship?

On the last day of my internship, I wanted to thank you for being a wonderful [teammate/mentor] and support network. I’ve really enjoyed [experience you had together], and can’t wait to take [knowledge you gained from them] with me to my next role. I’ll especially miss [some memorable experience you had together].

Do interns get CPF?

In this, Minister for Manpower, Josephine Teo, responded that while CPF contributions are mandatory for all local employees, including interns; the concern is that employers may not welcome interns if the same CPF obligations for local employees also apply to them.

How much should you pay for an internship?

A recent internship survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) offers some insight into what employers are paying interns for their work. The average hourly wage rate for a bachelor’s degree intern is $16.26. Generally, the closer to the terminal degree, the higher the internship wage.

Should I pay for internship?

Yes, you should pay your interns It helps you get better candidates, increases accountability and ownership from both sides once the internship starts, and results in a happier overall experience for an intern.

Do interns need a contract?

Interns and employees enjoy different legal protection. For example, an intern is neither protected against dismissal nor entitled to minimum wage. However, sometimes an internship agreement can be regarded as an employment contract and thus the intern will be protected as an employee.

What skills can you gain from an internship?

Below are the top 10 skills employers want in an intern:

  • Communication. Communication occurs in a variety of ways, but future employers are primarily interested in your ability to write and speak professionally.
  • Interpersonal.
  • Collaboration.
  • Time Management.
  • Adaptability.
  • Critical Thinking.
  • Research and Analysis.
  • Initiative.