How to interview for an intern:
Internship positions offer companies the opportunity to connect with recent graduates who can apply their theoretical knowledge and experience to fill short-term business goals. After you hire for an internship role, make sure to check your local labor laws in regards to working hours and wages.
You can post your internship advertisements on sites like internships.com and WayUp as well as career pages of post-secondary institutions and social media platforms. It is way more advantageous to hire for five or six-month internships, instead of one or two-month-long internship so that interns have a good amount of time to adapt to the working culture, get familiar with their internship roles and work on multiple projects.
Make sure to prepare questions in advance for your internship interviews and that you are well aware of the different job requirements and duties. You are free to add any follow-up questions or alter any of the questions based on the specific skills and experiences you are looking for.
Don’t miss our complete guide on how to recruit and hire interns.
Most common internship interview questions to ask a candidate:
Tips when interviewing interns:
Below you could find some examples of negative signs to notice when conducting an internship interview with future interns:
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