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Posted on April 20, 2018

A well-designed internship program can be a win-win for both the intern and the organization. Although unpaid internships at nonprofits are generally permissible, there is a risk that interns could be considered employees covered by federal minimum wage and overtime laws! Some new guidance from the Department of Labor can help nonprofits assess whether their internship program is properly structured.

During this webinar, our speaker helps nonprofits understand:
– How interns are different from employees and volunteers;
– Based on these changes in the law, what new requirements are there for internship programs; and
– What should your nonprofit consider as it sets up its interns?

Presenter: Amy E. Jensen of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

Click here to view the webcast.