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Msg ID: 2570609 Life Flight +2/-4     
Author:Industry
5/9/2019 9:48:24 AM

So, so sad

https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=d1ae3f83950a121d&from=serp



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Msg ID: 2570612 Life Flight +4/-2     
Author:I don't see the problem.
5/9/2019 10:05:39 AM

Reply to: 2570609

I guess you think it should pay but I don't see any reason to cry.



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Msg ID: 2570614 Life Flight +3/-2     
Author:Joke
5/9/2019 10:07:11 AM

Reply to: 2570609

Hahaha is this for real? W t f what a joke. Pathetic 



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Msg ID: 2570616 Life Flight +2/-2     
Author:I'm waiting.
5/9/2019 10:09:30 AM

Reply to: 2570614

What's the big problem.



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Msg ID: 2570631 Life Flight +0/-0     
Author:big deal
5/9/2019 10:58:24 AM

Reply to: 2570609
No internship for pilots though?


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Msg ID: 2570637 Life Flight +3/-1     
Author:Retired
5/9/2019 11:10:20 AM

Reply to: 2570631

Having worked around that program, (Life Fright) I wonder  if this internship is going it teach how to cover up incidents and outright accidents with your budies at the FAA.



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Msg ID: 2570655 Life Flight +7/-1     
Author:Read that as
5/9/2019 11:49:07 AM

Reply to: 2570637
study on your own when the crew isn't surfing the web with the computer, smile and nod when you listen to war stories, go for sandwiches or designer coffee ( and get stiffed by the stingy crew), insert revisions in all of the aircraft and hospital manuals and perform "other duties" as required. In return you get to wash the aircraft, order supplies and keep inventory records, wear a flight suit, clean body fluids using your newly gained knowledge of how to protect yourself. Plus..bonus round....you get no benefits what-so-ever. Sign me up.


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Msg ID: 2570667 Life Flight +1/-1     
Author:In other words
5/9/2019 12:51:01 PM

Reply to: 2570655

be a unpaid intern. Just like it says.



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Msg ID: 2570673 Life Flight +0/-0     
Author:You seem
5/9/2019 1:21:43 PM

Reply to: 2570667
to think that it is OK to not pay people for work that they do, even if they are jumping at the chance to do it. Sure, the interns might find that their experience helps them later, to get a paying job. What it really speaks to is that the company does not feel like or is unable to afford to pay a person to do the same things. You are likley a management type and I am a guy who thinks people should get some money for doing your work.


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Msg ID: 2570685 Life Flight +3/-0     
Author:Another way to look at it.
5/9/2019 1:59:35 PM

Reply to: 2570673

These people are still in school. With zero experience, they would not otherwise be given an opportunity to learn the business. I would say an internship would offer a lot of flexibilty that you wouldn't have as a paid employee. Since I am a pilot, they would not be able to perform my job. Same for the clinicians. You don't get paid to go to school. This is education.



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Msg ID: 2570693 Life Flight +0/-0     
Author:Well
5/9/2019 2:15:40 PM

Reply to: 2570688

It's 2 months long and they get credit. Nobody pays them to do the rest of their schoolwork, either. I think they even have to pay?



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Msg ID: 2570660 What's a "program"? Is that like an air carrier? (NT) +0/-0     
Author:Anonymous
5/9/2019 12:15:31 PM

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Msg ID: 2570696 What's a "program"? Is that like an air carrier? +0/-0     
Author:retired
5/9/2019 2:33:18 PM

Reply to: 2570660

Minumum wage lawsuit in the future with the labor board ?  But hey.... do it just for a type rating in a cessna jet.  Would you have to take the initial check ride (type) with the feds ?  or could that be done in house ? 



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Msg ID: 2570698 Life Flight +1/-0     
Author:EMSer
5/9/2019 2:56:44 PM

Reply to: 2570631

Announcement says FAA multi-engine IFR cert is required.



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Msg ID: 2570705 Life Flight +0/-0     
Author:Sounds like free multi time
5/9/2019 3:58:41 PM

Reply to: 2570698

Even better.



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Msg ID: 2570739 Unpaid. Big deal. Why do U idiots care? (NT) +0/-1     
Author:I donít get your complaints.
5/9/2019 7:20:09 PM

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Msg ID: 2570772 Unpaid. Big deal. Why do U idiots care? +0/-0     
Author:Dope
5/9/2019 10:30:16 PM

Reply to: 2570739

What a pathetic industry... when my kid was going to school in computer science, she interned for $4000.00 a month in the summer.



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Msg ID: 2570781 Unpaid. Big deal. Why do U idiots care? +1/-0     
Author:Hey Siri
5/10/2019 2:38:48 AM

Reply to: 2570772

Tell me a bs story about summer internship that pays a grand a week.



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Msg ID: 2570891 Unpaid. Big deal. Why do U idiots care? +0/-0     
Author:Dope
5/10/2019 7:19:09 PM

Reply to: 2570781

Siri said it’s true... and she is correct.



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Msg ID: 2570810 Unpaid. Big deal. Why do U idiots care? +0/-0     
Author:We're
5/10/2019 10:52:50 AM

Reply to: 2570739
not happy until you're not happy, that's why.


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Msg ID: 2570818 Haven't any of you idiots ever +3/-0     
Author:heard of an unpaid internship?
5/10/2019 11:26:19 AM

Reply to: 2570609

It's very common in many industries. A company will take an inexperienced person, likely in college, and they will work at that company for 8-10 weeks over the summer. They learn the ropes, do menial jobs like filing, running errands, answering the phone, getting coffee, etc. It's a good way for a young, inexperienced person to learn about an industry or company and see if they want to pursue that as a career. And companies can develop a talent pool to choose from and bring in those who can be an asset to that company.

But the most important part of it all is building relationships and networking. You cannot ever over estimate the value of networking and building contacts in any industry. My niece is doing an unpaid internship in the clothing and fashion industry in NY this summer. She doesn't care that she won't get paid for 8 weeks, but the experience and contact list she will build over that time period will be very valuable in 2 years when she graduates from college. It's the way it's done in many industries and is one of the best ways to get your foot in the door.



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Msg ID: 2570895 unpaid internships are good practice +0/-0     
Author:Anonymous
5/10/2019 7:45:09 PM

Reply to: 2570609

for unpaid jobs later



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Msg ID: 2570910 unpaid internships are good practice +0/-0     
Author:above comment
5/10/2019 8:49:13 PM

Reply to: 2570895

doesn't even come close to making sense.



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Msg ID: 2571139 i think your comment says less  +0/-0     
Author:Anonymous
5/12/2019 6:45:58 AM

Reply to: 2570910

about my post than it does about your experience level with the real world



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Msg ID: 2570953 Life Flight +0/-0     
Author:east coaster
5/11/2019 7:14:42 AM

Reply to: 2570609

Kudos to Intermountain for the forward thinking.  The future demand for qualified pilots in all sector of aviation is much larger than the current pipeline. 

Great idea getting future aviators exposed of the HEMS industry! 

Think of it as planting a fruit tree.  It generally takes an investment of time and nurturing to bear fruit.

 



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Msg ID: 2571140 Life Flight (NT) +0/-0     
Author:0K and 0 vacation !!
5/12/2019 7:15:35 AM

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