In all future references, the Career Consultant will refer to employees of StandOut Search (SOS), the student will refer to the person who is being matched with an internship, and the Professional Provider will refer to the company or organization that is taking on an intern.
Dewey Smart (Dewey) has partnered with SOS to provide internship opportunities for eligible Dewey students. Career Consultants match students with internships. The student agrees to meet with their Career Consultant to discuss their interests. After the meeting, the student agrees to read through the list of the provided opportunities and rank their top five opportunities.
The Career Consultant will send the student’s resume to their top choice. If the student’s first choice is not a match, the Career Consultant will reach out to the second through 5th choices sequentially until a Professional Provider is interested in interviewing the student.
If a Professional Provider agrees to interview the student, the Career Consultant will coordinate an interview with the Professional Provider, who will then decide if the student receives the internship or not.
If the interview is not successful, the Career Consultant agrees to continue going through the student’s list of choices until a successful match is made.
The student agrees to copy their Career Consultants on all emails to their Professional Provider before the internship officially begins.
The student and Dewey understand that SOS is purely a matching service. The student also agrees that once they have successfully accepted an internship from a Professional Provider, Dewey and SOS will have no involvement in anything that happens afterward and are not legally liable for any violation of the student’s rights. The student and Professional Provider also agree to follow all international, federal, and state internship and child labor laws, and if any laws, internship or otherwise, are broken during the internship, Dewey and SOS are not liable. All students who are not legally allowed to work in the US also agree to not do any work for the Professional Provider while in the United States in order to comply with international visa regulations.