The INTERalliance Internship program is your opportunity to work for some of the leading companies in the Greater Cincinnati IT industry. This program provides you with real-world work experience while still in high school, laying the foundation for countless opportunities throughout college and beyond.
The INTERalliance Internship program teams up with companies like P&G, Kroger, and GE to provide Interns with the most experience possible during their internship. Rather than getting coffee, INTERalliance Interns learn from executives about what it takes to be a future leader in Cincinnati’s IT industry.
How to Apply
To apply, please send a copy of your resume to email@example.com. Once approved, we will add you to our mailing list and send you updated information about this year’s internship opportunities. We’ll send you a few sets of internship opportunity postings over the course of the early spring.
Why Hire Our Interns?
INTERalliance Internships are great! Why?
1. Our talent is outstanding! We have over 150 local students who are excited to join the IT workforce and have real skills that can be applied to your company.
2. It promotes your brand! It’s a great way to show off your company’s brand and culture. You know you are amazing, show the future technologists of Cincinnati firsthand!
3. It’s great for the city! We want our talent to stay local beyond High School. How do we do that? Show off our assets… and that is you!
4. Everyone is doing it! Well not quite, but everyone SHOULD. INTERalliance places over 50 amazing students each summer in over 12 companies. Why should those companies reap all of the benefit?
5. We help you! Our Executive Director will help you create a structure that works for your company and the students. Want summer interns? Great! Want fall interns? Fantastic! Let us help you create a program that is a win win for everyone.
My INTERalliance Internship at Western and Southern Financial Group was the best part of my summer. Aside from making well above the minimum wage with assured scheduling, which was awesome, I had the opportunity to interact with professionals in cyber security, my intended career field. It was the only high school students cyber security internship in the state! While most of my peers were stuck flipping burgers or bagging groceries, I was able to work alongside actual cyber defense and incident response software, making me better prepared for my future and a better hire to potential employers.
Over the summer of 2016 I was an intern for the INTERalliance IT Careers Camps. This internship consisted of networking with professionals, planning logistics, and organizing 20 students as they visited local technology companies. One of the most important things I gained from this internship were the connections I made with professionals in the Cincinnati area. I am incredibly grateful for this experience as it made me more mature and confident in how interact with others, including my peers and elders. IT Careers Camps was an amazing experience that I would do again in a heartbeat.
Q: Where do I go on my first day?
A: This information should be provided by the company of which you are interning. If you do not have the information and would like help obtaining it, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What should I bring with my on my first day?
A: This information should be provided by the company of which you are interning, but at minimum you should bring a Photo ID and a method of taking notes. We would also recommend bringing a list of any questions that you have. If you do not have the information and would like help obtaining it, contact email@example.com
Q: Can I take a vacation?
A: Yes, though you should consider that the internship lasts only 10 weeks and your business partners are counting on you to be in the office for the majority of that time. Any time off should be communicated to both INTERalliance and your business partner before you start and must be approved by your business partner. Excessive requests will not be permitted.
Q: I have an appointment already scheduled? What do I do?
A: Yes you can go to your appointment, though you should consider that the internship lasts only 10 weeks and your business partners are counting on you to be in the office for the majority of that time. Any time off should be communicated to both INTERalliance and your business partner before you start and must be approved by your business partner. Excessive requests will not be permitted.
Q: Who pays me?
Q: Who do I technically work for?
Q: Does INTERalliance have Direct Deposit?
A: Nope – we’re working on it for Summer 2020, but this year everyone will receive a paper check.
Q: How will I receive my check?
A: Good old snail mail. Checks will be mailed to the home address that you entered on your paperwork.
Q: What if I want to change my address?
A: Email Central.Office@interalliance.org and someone will help you.
Q: When should I expect the check to arrive?
A: Checks are cut and mailed on the scheduled Friday and should arrive by the following Tuesday. See the payroll schedule for exact dates. If you do not see your check, please Central Office know asap.
Q: I didn’t get my paycheck! Why not?
A: A couple of possible reasons. Either you have not completed your tax paperwork, you didn’t work during the payment period, or you didn’t log your hours in Clockify. Contact Central.Office@interalliance.org for more information and resolution.
Q: I don’t understand why my check is for the amount that it is. Can you help me?
A: You were paid for your first week. If you have other concerns please direct them to Central.Office@interalliance.org
Q: Will the supervisor at the company where I’m interning be able to answer my payroll questions?
A: No. These questions should come to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: When do I get paid again?
A: You will get paid according to the payroll schedule, which will be emailed to you after you start your internship.
Q: Where do I log my hours?
A: Clockify. Use clockify.me or download the mobile app. You must use the invitation sent by INTERalliance in order to be appropriately configured.
Q: Do I have to use Clockify?
Q: Do I have to use the invitation that INTERalliance sent me for Clockify?
A: Yes, it is the email address that we used to attach you to the INTERalliance projects. You must use this in order for Central Office to see the hours you are logging.
Q: I don’t like that email address. Can I change it?
A: Yes, you need to contact Central.Office@interalliance.org to request a new invitation. If you’ve already created a new account and have used it to log hours, you will be required to reenter them.
Q: When do hours need to be logged?
A: Hours need to be logged by 5pm on Friday. Any hours worked after that deadline will not be paid.
Q: Does anyone approve or review my logged hours?
A: Yes, the supervisor that you are working with will review your hours each week. This is why it is critical to get them submitted by 5pm on Friday.
Q: How should I round my hours?
A: Round your hours to the nearest 30 minute increments.
Most questions should come to Central.Office@interalliance.org. If you have an urgent matter, call Heather Ackels at 513-415-7707 for assistance