LaunchLINK at 814 Worx: New Guidelines for Paid & Unpaid College Internships
As the labor market tightens and more Baby Boomers retire, an internship program can be one of the best solutions for bringing on new talent—especially in small-to-medium-sized organizations.
Like every new venture, it’s crucial to have a plan; otherwise implementing an internship program can seem quite daunting.
The “Test Drive Future Talent! New Guidelines for Paid & Unpaid College Internships” video conference seminar offers a step-by-step, systematic plan to smoothly guide you from wishing you had an internship program to watching your company enjoy the benefits of test-driving future talent for your organization.
Your speaker will be Kate Alward, Director of Human Resources and Training, Ben Franklin Transformations Business Services Network. Kate has experience both as an H/R consultant as well as having formed the H/R division for a tech startup. She has owned two small businesses where she was responsible for all H/R functions among her management responsibilities.
We know your schedule makes evenings sometimes the best for accessing training and networking opportunities, so we’ve scheduled this session at 6:00 PM. The locations for this video conference are Titusville Redevelopment Authority; Oil Region Alliance, Oil City; Clearly Ahead Development, Clearfield; Bradford Regional Airport; Mifflin County IDC, Lewistown; J.D. Brown Center, York; 814 Worx, Johnstown; Catalyst Space, Altoona; and the Candy Factory, Lancaster.
You’re getting a great deal, what with free content and networking with other entrepreneurs at the same time. So use this link to register at the location of your choice. Don’t delay, as seating at your preferred location may be limited.
See you on October 24th!