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 has developed six criteria for identifying a learner/trainee who may be unpaid. The criteria are:

  • The training, even though it includes actual operation of the employer’s facilities, is similar to training that would be given in a vocational school.
  • The training is for the benefit of the student.
  • The student does not displace regular employees, but works under the close observation of a regular employee.
  • The employer provides the training and derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the student. Occasionally, the training may actually impede the operations.
  • The student is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the training period.
  • The employer and the student understand that the student is not entitled to wages for the time spent training.

国产偷拍视频All six factors do not necessarily have to be present for an individual to be considered a trainee, however the experience must ultimately look more like a training/learning experience than a job. If the position does not meet trainee criteria, the Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers to pay employees at least minimum wage for all hours of work performed.

国产偷拍视频Many employers pay a stipend to interns regardless for their meals and travel costs or to assist with tuition.


How to Establish an Internship for Credit

Students are eligible to receive credit for internships that have been documented through Career Services. A student interning for credit can also be paid by the host organization. Again, the position must meet the criteria of an intern/trainee and not an employee.


CalArts Internship Contract

Once formally offered the position, the student will provide the contract to the employer for verification and signature. The contract outlines the basic work agreement between the intern and the host. That is, what duties the intern will have, what they will learn, and the hours and days the intern will work. At the end of the internship, both the student and the host supervisor will evaluate the experience on the supplied evaluation forms. The forms are turned in to the Internship Coordinator and the student’s faculty supervisor before grades are issued.

If the Host requires a separate contract for the intern to sign, a blank copy must be given to the Internship Coordinator to keep on file.

In the event the intern submits original material to be considered for development by the organization, or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries, the organization must negotiate with the intern in good faith for the acquisition of rights in and to the original material.

Employers are encouraged to post opportunities on CommonSpace. Once the profile is submitted, an email will be sent with an access link.

The on-site supervisor should contact the Internship Coordinator at 661-291-3413 or by email with questions and concerns regarding CalArts interns.