[Virtual] Virtual Internships: How to Hire, Train & Advance Interns From Home


Wednesday, February 10, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Invaluable opportunities for career entry and growth, internships benefit people at all career stages, including those returning to the workforce, through active engagement and hands-on experiences. Naturally, remote work has presented employers with new challenges in ensuring interns have access to the relationships, opportunities, and other resources they need to excel.

As organizations look to modify their career readiness programs to be just as effective from home, and safely in-person for some, providing value to interns, while maximizing their potential as emerging talent is top-of-mind for employers in laying the groundwork for both virtual and hybrid opportunities.

Hear from employers that are planning and implementing new programs as they share insight into how to engage interns of various ages and career points, why continuing these programs supports your organization’s talent pipeline, and how these engagements can have a lasting impact on the future of internships and other career readiness programs.

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