Employer Evaluation of Internship/Co-op
NDSU Career Center
306 Ceres Hall
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Accountancy 5 yr
Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering
Agricultural Systems Management
Animal & Range Science
Apparel & Textiles
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Child Development & Family Science
Clinical Lab Science
Coatings & Polymeric Materials
Crop & Weed Science
Curriculum & Instruction
Exercise Sciences - See Nutrition & Exercise
General Engineering Program
History -including public history
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Human Performance & Fitness
Industrial Engineering & Management
Journalism, Broadcasting & Mass Com Tech
Management Information Systems
Modern & Classical Languages
Natural Resource Management
Physical Education - Non-teaching
Public Relations & Advertising
Sports & Urban Turfgrass Management
Transportation & Logistics
No basis for judgment
After a reasonable training period, the student was able to carry out the responsibilities assigned to him or her.
The student was academically prepared.
The student seemed to freely communicate any questions or concerns he or she had about the co-op/internship.
The student appeared to handle most of the problems or conflicts that arose during the co-op/internship effectively.
The student demonstrated initiative in handling a problem or special project that occurred during the co-op/internship.
The student communicated ideas and concepts clearly in writing.
The student demonstrated effective verbal communication (listening attentively and participating in meetings or group settings).
The student was more concerned about finishing a task or solving a problem before he or she left for the day, rather than if it was quitting time.
The student was able to find useful activities with which to occupy him or herself if he or she found a lull in work responsibilities.
The student maintained an enthusiastic demeanor throughout the co-op/internship experience.
The student demonstrated professional conduct (behavior and attitude) during the co-op/internship experience.
The student was able to maintain productive working relationships with fellow employees.
The student was receptive to constructive criticism (accepted responsibility and learned from experiences).
The student demonstrated leadership abilities.
The student was appropriately dressed and groomed for his or her position.
The student interacted effectively with customers and/or clients.
Overall, the student was valuable to my company/organization.
Areas the student can improve:
Areas NDSU can focus on to improve quality of student employees:
This evaluation has been discussed with the student:
Does your organization pay the cost of students' Cooperative Education and Internship credits?
My organization will reimburse the student for the cost of the credits at the end of the semester
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