The internship agreement is one that I use in my own business. Without using ANY “legalese”, it will lay out exactly what federal regulations require, and will very clearly define what is expected of both parties, such as who owns the work? What is confidential within the business? How many hours can the student intern work? Is commission available? What is the length of the agreement? What happens to your job once the project wraps?
However, the first thing you’ll note is that it is written in completely plain English…because at the end of the day, you need an agreement that can be understood by both parties.
Externships are similar to internships, with the exception that class credit is used as compensation. This area of the law is a tricky one to navigate, and your contract must contain the clearest of language. Without using ANY “legalese”, this contract will cover all six federally-regulated standards, so that both parties are completely covered