Drinker Biddle outlined important considerations for nonprofit employers who are thinking about hiring interns.
As many nonprofits know, sourcing, developing, retaining and paying for talent can be a challenge. While employing interns can be a great, cost-effective solution, it is important for nonprofits to understand the restrictions imposed by state and federal employment laws. Failure to follow these restrictions may result in legal exposure for the organization.
Labor and Employment partner Helen Tuttle and partner Andrew Grumet, who has 20 years of experience working with nonprofits, provided insight on the dos and don’ts of engaging interns, particularly on how to develop a great pool of talent while ensuring legal compliance.
This program was presented by Professional Outsourced Philanthropic Solutions (POPS), an innovative service offering created to solve many of the challenges nonprofits face. For more than 160 years, we have provided advice and counsel to nonprofit organizations. POPS offers the following core programs – Foundation Management, Donor Advised Fund Management, Charitable Gifts Management, State Regulatory Compliance and Strategic Consulting.