Imagine having someone to help you with your writing and publishing business, doing the tasks you never seem to have time to accomplish. Imagine paying that person not with cash, but with experience and learning. That's what it's like when you work with student interns.
Working with student interns can make a difference for you as an author or publisher, expanding the possibilities of what you can achieve. It can be like instantly adding a staff to your company, bringing in one or more team members with editing, design, social media, or marketing skills. It can let you pay forward some of the mentoring that you may have received on the road to creating your own career.
This guide, developed by USA Today-bestselling author Robert Jeschonek after years of direct experience with student interns from high-profile colleges and universities across the U.S., will give you the tools you need to recruit, train, task, teach, and learn from such interns. You'll discover the ups and downs of working with interns, the pitfalls to avoid, and the hacks and shortcuts that will make your life easier. Insights from past and current interns will give you an even more complete picture of what to expect as you develop and deploy your own system for enhancing your organization while sharing your knowledge and experience with the next generation.