How Can a Teen Become a Rainmaker?
We work with school administrators, educators, and parents in public, private, or parochial schools to establish our Internship Depot programs in any location where students want to ramp up the trajectory of their lives by preparing for their future careers even as they move to get ready for education after high school.
Any student attending a school/school district that has adopted and is implementing The Internship Depot’s programs can become a Rainmaker by searching, soliciting, securing, and successfully serving an internship with a business Host. Success is defined by the employer. At the end of the internship, the business Host evaluates the student, and if he or she determines the student’s performance is adequate, the student is dubbed ‘a Rainmaker.’
Students who receive that designation are eligible for free life-time memberships in the Rainmakers Club, an online community where participants can build their professional networks and pursue job opportunities. Additionally, these newly dubbed Rainmakers can enter the Gig Economy, searching for short-term assignments from employers seeking specific skills.
Schools that adopt our Rainmakers Internship Preparation Program also receive our Stormy Wannabees Advantage Initiative for freshmen and sophomores and our First Rung program for students in Grade Eight for sending middle schools at no extra cost.
We do not take attendance at our events, give grades, or track students work. That responsibility belongs to the student. If they choose not to get involved with our offerings, it is unlikely that they will impress their internship Host.
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Juniors and Seniors Learn to Be Rainmakers in The Rainmakers Internship Preparation Program.
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