Business proposals are due. Host businesses work with the OASE program coordinator to answer any questions they may have to submit their project proposal.
Intern recruitment and site visit. OASE program coordinator visits business sites to review program requirements and refine their project scope. Host businesses are selected. Oregon Sea Grant receives and vets student intern applications. Businesses interview top candidates for their position.
Preparation for intern. OASE will coordinate a meeting between businesses, technical advisors/mentor, and interns to finalize project scope. OASE hosts an event to showcase past projects and introduce the new cohort.
Intern arrives! Interns attend mandatory training hosted by OASE, work fulltime for 10 weeks on their projects, and prepare final reports and case study presentations.
mid-June: mandatory orientation for intern
typical intern term: June 22 – August 28 (dates flexible depending on student needs and calendar year)
week of July 6th: intern submits report outline
week of August 10th: intern submits draft report, case study and presentation to mentor/supervisor for review
week of August 24th: intern final report, case study and presentation due
dates to be determined: deliver project presentation community events (e.g., Oregon Sea Grant's Scholars Day or regional conference)
Wrap up. Approve final case study for dissemination. Interns present at community events. Intern and hosts submit program evaluations.