MGMT 391: Application 1 2 3 Please read all of the information on each page before checking off the confirmation box and proceeding to the next page. EligibilityTo be eligible for MGMT 391, you must be a Wharton undergraduate who: Will be doing a business-related internship (paid or unpaid) in a country other than your home country OR who is required to earn academic credit for your unpaid summer business experience. Is a rising junior or senior at Wharton at the conclusion of the spring semester. Has declared a concentration. Has not already taken MGMT 391. Course Overview and PoliciesMGMT 391: Leadership in the 21st Century is a 0.25 CU course that may only be taken pass/fail. The course is delivered in four modules via Canvas and is self-paced. You should allow 1-2 hours per module. To pass the course, you must complete all modules and assessments by 11:59 PM, EDT, August 31, 2020. No extensions will be granted. Failure to meet the deadline will: Result in an F grade, which will be factored into your cumulative GPA Negatively affect eligibility for Optional Practical Training (OPT) for international students ConfirmationPlease read the statement below and check the box to proceed to page 2.* I understand the eligibility requirements of MGMT 391 and the deadline for completing all modules of this course. CPT Work AuthorizationI require Curricular Practical Training (CPT) authorization for my business-related internship.U.S. citizens/permanent residents who will pursue an unpaid summer internship should select "no."YesNo *Students with F-1 status should review this page carefully.* Course registration does not equal work authorization. After you have been registered for MGMT 391 you must still request approval for Curricular Practical Training (CPT) authorization through ISSS. Please review the F-1 CPT information on the ISSS website, including eligibility requirements. CPT is authorization to work for a specific employer; therefore, you must have an actual offer of employment before you can apply for CPT. Your internship offer letter should include the following: Company name Full address of worksite Job title Job duties Dates of employment Number of work hours per week Once you are registered for MGMT 391, you may submit a “CPT Request” through the ISSS iPenn system. An email will automatically be sent to the Wharton Undergraduate Division and an advisor will approve the request based on your academic eligibility and enrollment in MGMT 391. Then it takes ISSS another 3-5 business days to issue a new I-20 with your CPT authorization. ISSS will email you with instructions about how you can obtain your new CPT I-20 when it is ready. IMPORTANT - You must obtain your CPT I-20 before you begin working. To maintain your legal F-1 status, you may not begin your employment (including orientation or training) until the start date authorized on your CPT I-20. You may only work during the dates authorized and your end date cannot be later than August 31, 2020. For any changes to your approved CPT I-20, contact your ISSS advisor in advance to obtain authorization and a new CPT I-20. With your CPT I-20, you may apply for a social security number up to 30 days before the listed start date of your internship.