Businesses have a vital role to play in our region as we work to increase the supply of talent to meet the exciting rise in employer demand. By opening up internships at your company, you become a part of developing the talent necessary for both your own company and our region’s economy to grow.
If your company is growing now, or is planning to expand in the future, a strong, well-planned internship program should be part of your strategy. Whether your business is a startup, a major corporation, or somewhere in between, an internship program can be developed to help your teams meet important short- and long-term goals.
Just like a company markets itself to customers, students can use branding to standout to employers. It's never too early to start working on your brand, says international speaker and marketing expert, Dennis Yu. In this post, Dennis lays out a roadmap for students to get started, even while you're still learning about your industry.
In this post, Heather Neisen, the HR Manager at TechnologyAdvice in Brentwood, TN, shares the story and lessons learned from launching their first successful internship program. After previous failed attempts, learn what helped them finally get it right, and what it took to create an experience that added value to both their company and the interns’ professional journey.
This Work Hugs podcast includes an interview with the CEO of Internpreneur, Ben McIntyre. In their conversation Ben talks about why he choose business and the experiences that lead him to start Internpreneur. He shares the way he grew his network to connect and get involved with the Nashville business community.