Best Internship Agreement Template
Learn how to write the best internship agreement, an easy step-by-step guide.
An internship agreement is to ensure that the training program you are about to enter will help you learn and master the skills the educational institute/ firm teaches you. This agreement holds all the important information about the nature of your job and placement.
This agreement contains all the important instructions regarding the internship program and hence needs to be written in a professional way. This can be very frustrating and taxing, which is why iDispute has created a sample template that you can follow and get your internship agreement without any hurdles. A step-by-step guide provided will help you fill out the entire document with ease.
You can start by filling in the agreement effective date on the right side of the document (eg. (08/16/2020).
Next, under this section, you will have to fill out all the personal company information. Enter the details in the following order:
● Company’s Name (eg. Company Example LLC)
● Address (eg. 123 Example Street, Miami, FL 12345)
● Phone (eg. 123–456–7890)
● Email Address (eg. firstname.lastname@example.org)
Under this section, all the particulars related to the inter needs to be filled. Follow the order as mentioned below:
● Intern’s Name (eg. Met Daq)
● Address (eg. 321 Example Street, New York, NY 54321)
● Phone (eg. 111–222–3333)
● Email Address (eg. email@example.com)
Then, in Section 1 of the document, add the details in the following order:
- Intern Position (eg. Web Developer)
- Responsibilities of the Intern (eg. Designing, Coding, Modifying Websites)
Under this section of the document, enter the agreement end date (eg. 12/31/2021).
Then scroll the document and reach Section 15 of the document and enter the jurisdiction of the agreement (eg. Florida, USA).
Lastly, reach the end of the document and enter the Company Executives Name (eg. John Doe - General Manager) on the left side. Then enter the name of the Intern (eg. Met Daq) on the right side of the document.
Make sure to check all of your personal information once before clicking on the Buy button. Download the document and get it printed. Don’t forget to add your signatures before mailing the document to the recipient.
Make sure to keep the original copy of your document along with the receipts for your own record.
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