(WPRI/WNAC) - THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS GOVERN THIS PROGRAM:
The training, even though it involves actual operation of thefacilities at WPRI/WNAC-TV, is similar to that which would be givenin a vocational school.
The training is for the benefit of the students. The studentdoes not displace regular employees, but works under their closesupervision. WPRI/WNAC-TV derives no immediate advantage from thestudents and may in fact have its operations impeded.
The students are not entitled to a job at the conclusion of theinternship. However, the internship is used as a platform forevaluation for future employment.
WPRI/WNAC-TV and the students understand that the students arenot entitled to wages for the time spent training.
WPRI/WNAC-TV expects the students will respect the confidentialnature of materials the students may handle during the course of anassignment, and the student may not remove company materialswithout discussion with the supervisor. This includes such items aslistings of employees’ names, addresses and telephonenumbers.
Personal interviews of all applicants will be required at thestation prior to the start of the internship.
A school authorization form must be signed by a school officialstating that the student is qualified academically and will abideby the terms of WPRI/WNAC-TV’s program.
The student must provide written documentation from the schoolon school’s letterhead stating that the student will receiveacademic credit.
The students are subject to all security rules established byWPRI and WNAC-TV.
WPRI/WNAC-TV expects all students to take their internshipseriously.
WPRI/WNAC-TV asks the support of the school in giving us theopportunity to provide input on the final grade of the student inexchange for the internship. We reserve the right to refuse toapprove completion unless our requirements are met by the studentas listed on this contract.
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