Internship Orientation

Internship Orientation 2019-04-12T14:43:38-04:00

Introduction

Planned Acts of Kindness and 16 Things Kids Can Do is a non-profit educational organization that work for the betterment of kids, people, and the planet through a series of books, workshops, programs, and activities all designed to help people lead happier, healthier, and more successful lives.

On the business and financial side, we operate the Entrepreneurs Small Business Network — a network of multi-million, multi-billion dollar companies that have social responsibility programs and services designed to help individuals and businesses achieve their objectives.

For students, we have mentorship, internship, work experience, and career track programs with numerous colleges and universities including NYU, Columbia, Pace, Hunter, Harvard, BU, MIT, Yale, and Penn State.

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Getting Started

Thank you for your interest in our internship/mentorship programs. Detailed below is information about how our internship, work experience, and career track programs are designed to give you the best training experience in your area(s) of interest.

Steps to Follow

  1. Read the information on this page carefully
  2. Visit our websites:
  3. PlannedActs.Org
    16Things.Org
    MyESBN.Com

  4. Watch the Orientation Video
  5. Complete & Submit Your Internship Interview Application (.zip)
  6. Set-Up Your Interview on our Appointment Scheduler

Orientation Video

Intern Benefits

What truly makes our programs different is that students work and learn on real-world programs where they get advanced skill training in their areas of interest. Every internship is custom to fit the needs and objectives of that particular individual. Additionally, we train in eight foundation disciplines, because these are the skills everyone needs to be successful — both professionally and personally

Eight Foundation Disciplines

  1. Communication
  2. Business
  3. Marketing
  4. Management
  5. Office Technology
  6. Research
  7. Problem Solving
  8. Time Management

When trainees successfully complete
our program, they receive:

  1. Resume Analysis and Correction
  2. Custom Letter of Recommendation
  3. Portfolio Development
  4. Career Opportunities
  5. For international students, we provide CPT and OPT support

Graduate Intern Corrected Resume

Real World Programs That Make An
Impact On Your Career Development

These are some of our Community, National & Global Based Programs that you could be
working on during the course of your time with our organization

Planned Acts of Kindness:

  • Social Media Outreach
  • The publication “16 Things We All Can Do To Act Right & Help Save The Planet”
  • Promotion & Events for National & World Kindness Months
  • Establishing Social Responsibility Clubs on College Campuses
  • Outreach to Schools, Churches/Temples, NPOs, Agencies & Businesses
  • The Karma Guy TV & Radio Hour

National Kindness Month:

  • Books, Workshops, Programs & Activities in July
  • Civility & Ethics
  • Social Responsibility
  • Community Outreach
  • Global Citizenship

National Kids’ Month:

  • Four Weeks of Free Education and Action Programs In August
  • Health, Fitness & Nutrition
  • Financial Education & Financial Planning
  • Communication Skills
  • Social Responsibility & Volunteerism

World Kindness Month:

  • Books, Workshops, Programs & Activities in December
  • Civility & Ethics
  • Social Responsibility
  • Community Outreach
  • Global Citizenship

Book Series:

  • “The Working Dead”
  • “16 Things Kids Can Do To Act Right and Help Save the Planet”

TV Series:

  • The Karma Guy TV & Radio Hour
  • 16 Things TV Magazine
  • Cooking with Kids
  • Celebrity Quest

Educational Workshops, Seminars & Summits:

  • Legacy Building Workshops
  • Better Communication & Literacy Workshops
  • Community Partnership Summit
  • Basketball & Bonding

Business to Business Programs:

  • Community Circulars
  • Custom Benefit Plans
  • Social Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneur & Business Ownership:

  • Financial Services
  • Community Partnership Centers
  • Basketball & Bonding Clinics

Mentorship, Internship, Work Experience Disciplines:

Advertising
Animation
App Development
Business Administration
Business Development
Civic Engagement
Communication
Community Engagement
Database Management
Education
Economics
Engineering
Entertainment
Entrepreneurship
Event Planning
Financial Services
Fitness
Fund-Raising
Global Citizenship
Grant Writing
Graphic Design
Health & Wellness
Human Resources
Journalism
Leadership
Legal Services
Management
Marketing
Meeting Planning
Merchandising
Non-Profit Operations
Nutrition
Programming
Public Policy
Public Relations
Publishing
Social Media
Sports Management
Speaking Skills
Supply Chain Management
Video Production
Visual Communication
Web Development
Writing

Making It Happen

We look forward to your becoming a valuable member of our team! Be sure to:

  1. Watch the Orientation Video
  2. Complete & Submit Your Internship Interview Application (.zip)
  3. Set-Up Your Interview on our Appointment Scheduler

With best regards,
Lyle Benjamin
Founder & Executive Director
Planned Acts of Kindness & 16 Things Kids Can Do, Inc.
A 501(c)3 Educational NPO
Working for the Betterment of Kids, People & The Planet!

Qualities To Make You Successful

We are seeking students that have:

  1. Desire
  2. Determination
  3. Willingness to Learn & Take Meaningful Action to make an impact for themselves and others

To make you into a person that can have a significant impact on others based on the work you do. One of our goals is to transition students from their custom internship program to work within our organization on a full or part-time basis in service to others.

Get Involved! Get Informed! Get Going!

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