Unpaid Internship - No School

This is an unpaid internship agreement between an intern and a Web and Software Design and Development business. It also includes a Term and Confidentiality section.

INTERNSHIP AGREEMENT

BETWEEN

1. {Intern Name}; and

2. The Company, {Company Name},

collectively referred to as the Parties.

Welcome to your Internship with {Company Name}. We’re glad you agreed to come along for the ride!

By signing below, you acknowledge that you have consented to participate in this unpaid internship.

You further acknowledge that:

  • The training in the field of {Field Name} is similar to and enhances instruction given in institutions of higher learning;
  • The internship is for your benefit to receive training and mentoring, and to provide valuable experience for future job selection, application, and performance in the field of {Field Name};
  • You agree to work under the close observation of mentors at The Company;
  • Unless advised otherwise, interns are not entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship period; and
  • You are not entitled to wages or other compensation other than your experience and learning for the time spent as an intern for the Company.

You further agree that the internship does not create an "employment" relationship under the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") or any other definition, and the FLSA's minimum wage and overtime provisions do not apply.

TERM

The term of this agreement shall last through {End Date} unless both parties agree {Intern Name} is ready to roll as a full fledged {Field Name/Job Title}.

CONFIDENTIALITY

In connection with your work as a intern, the Company has disclosed or may disclose to you confidential business information, software programs, databases, design styles, development techniques, technical information, or other proprietary company information ("Proprietary Information").

In consideration for your position at the Company, and disclosure of the information, you agree as follows:

  1. You will hold in confidence and not possess, use, or disclose any Proprietary Information except information you can document (a) is in the public domain through no fault of yours, (b) was properly known to you, without restriction, prior to disclosure by the Company, or (c) was properly disclosed to you by another person without restriction, and you will not reverse engineer or attempt to derive the composition or underlying information, structure or ideas of any Proprietary Information. The foregoing does not grant you a license in or to any of the Proprietary Information.
  2. On the end of your association with the Company, you will promptly return all Proprietary Information and all copies, extracts, and other objects or items in which it may be contained or embodied.
  3. You will promptly notify the Company of any unauthorized release of Proprietary Information within your control.
  4. You agree that all intellectual property rights, including copyright, in all works of authorship created in the scope of your internship are owned by the Company. All such works or portions of works created by you are “works made for hire” as defined in 17 U.S.C. § 201.

GENERAL

If any provision of this Agreement is held to be unenforceable, the enforceability of the remaining provisions shall in no way be affected or impaired thereby. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of {State Name}. A failure by any party to exercise or delay in exercising a right or power conferred upon it in this Agreement shall not operate as a waiver of any such right or power.

APPROVAL

______________________________________________________

Signed by and on behalf of {Company Name}

__________________________

Date

_______________________________________________________

Signed by {Intern Name}

__________________________

Date

*Both parts must sign above and keep a copy for their own records.

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