Cleveland State University receives $500,000 for internship program By Karen Farkas, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland State University has received a $500,000 gift to support service learning, paid internships and opportunities to study abroad. The Bonnie and Peter Raquet High Impact Learning Fund will help students in the College of Liberal Arts and Social […]
Hosting interns is a great way to grow your business while building a strong workforce. Paying your interns has benefits for your company and your intern. 5 Reasons to Pay Your Interns: To be fair – Interns do work and should be compensated accordingly To increase your pool of talented candidates – Qualified
An Internship Consultant can help you avoid internship program pitfalls. Focus on the information necessary to determine if an internship program is a viable option for your company. Don’t overlook older interns.
How can employers attract the best interns? Culture, development and authentic experiences all play their part Tess Taylor @HRKnows1 Across the nation, internships are on the rise. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ 2017 Internship & Co-op Survey, employers are planning to hire 3.4% more interns this year than they did last year.
Don’t Forget: Your Interns Are Employer Brand Ambassadors By Elizabeth Meyer With graduation and intern season upon us, we want to focus on Millennials and Generation Z and share how internship programs can be mutually beneficial for both the company and the employee. This post is written by Elizabeth Meyer, exaqueo’s Marketing and Communications
Congress Called Out For Not Paying Interns A new report sheds light on which legislators pay their interns — and which ones don’t. By Kaeli Subberwal Each summer in Washington, D.C., Capitol Hill is crowded with interns who answer phones, open constituent mail and assist members of Congress. But instead of getting paid
How a Culture of Good Delivers Impact and Profits by Ryan Scott Scott Moorehead had a problem. As CEO of TCC Verizon, the nation’s largest Verizon authorized retailer, he knew that his industry suffered from habitual long-term employee turnover, as is true with most companies in the retail space. More than 80% of
The take: The high cost of unpaid internships Opinion writers share their takes on working over the summer Sasha Jenkins, The Daily “Get your foot in the door” is a common phrase that encourages a go-getter attitude. As college students, we’re used to hearing that sentiment. It emphasizes the power of the individual.
How To Recruit Top Social Media Interns By AJ Agrawal When it comes to hiring for social media, most businesses are eager to find talent. After all, these candidates are not only ahead of the latest and greatest trends, but can bring a fresh perspective on how your messaging and branding candrive new
An insider’s perspective: A mutually beneficial internship program By Mike Grandinetti Growing businesses are looking to hire talent that is sharp, motivated and can easily fit into existing company culture. Its the matter of finding that talent that can cost companies a lot of money. Consider the resources invested in the initial search,