Arts Leadership Program ACADEMIC YEAR Internships

Apply for an ALP Academic Year Internship

ALP Intern Guidebook

Technology Resources for interns

Apply for an ALP Academic year Internship

Academic Year Application Process
How to apply, selection process, and what to do after you have been awarded an internship.

Important Dates in the Academic Year Intern Process PDF Document
Important Dates in the application and selection process for both prospective interns and supervisors.

ALP Academic Year/ Local Host information
A listing of all the local host organizations (greater Rochester area), links to their websites, information about their organization and experience as an intern host and intern job descriptions. Also find out how what previous interns have had to say about their experiences.

ALP Academic Year Host Organization Contact List PDF Document coming soon!

Intern applications, contracts, evalution forms, and more.


ALP Intern Guidebook

General Information
Program history and background, objectives of the program, methods used to achieve those objectives and a little about its benefactor, Catherine Filene Shouse.

Instructions for Interns
Everything you need to know about being an intern, including:

Reporting time (and how to get paid)

Link to the Human Resource Management System (HRMS), where you report time.

Payroll Schedule PDF Document

Intern applications, contracts, evalution forms, and more.

Instructions for Supervisors
Everything supervisors need to know about hosting an ALP intern.

Intern Calendar PDF Document
When you can start your internship, when you must end it, holidays, and evaluation due dates.
See payroll schedule for timecard due dates and when you are paid.

UR Student Employment
The University of Rochester Student Employment website including the Student Handbook, questions about Federal Work Study, I-9 and other forms, and basic instructions for entering information in HRMS.


ALP Intern Technology Resources

UR Technology Training Guides and Reference Materials
All you need is your UR Net ID and password to get into these training programs and reference guides. They are designed to help users learn the software skills they need, such as Microsoft Office Suites, Operating Systems, Computer Basics, and Web & Print Design for Windows and Mac. Topics are presented in easy-to-follow steps, which include Quick Reference Guides for just-in-time support and through training guides which offer step-by-step practice excercises, for more in-depth training needs.

Eastman Media Lab
Access the complete suite of online software training materials at the Eastman Media Lab.

Microsoft Technology Resources
For more in depth training guides and resources, visit these Microsoft links.

Free Self-Paced Training for Office Programs (PC)

Downloadable Training Programs for Office 2007 (PC)

Mac Training from Microsoft Mactopia

Other Resources

Think Tutorial -- a database of simple, easy to follow tutorials covering all aspects of popular computing.