California State University at Fullerton will host the Total Internship Management Workshop on April 19, 2019. The workshop, presented by
Intern Bridge, Inc, an Austin-based research and consulting firm has been designed to serve the needs of companies and organizations seeking to increase the ROI and create a structure or the success of their internship and entry-talent acquisition initiatives.
Considering the statistics from a recent National Association of Colleges and Employers' (NACE) Experiential Education Survey showing that almost 40% of employers’ full-time, entry-level hires came from their internship programs, companies are recognizing the value of having a structured talent pipeline via interns. Additionally, nearly two-thirds of interns are offered full-time positions after having had an internship with an organization.
Through countless hours of in-depth proprietary research, the six-hour “Total Internship Management” curricula for internship administration is a sure-fire strategy that all but guarantees that both organizations and interns will benefit from the effective implementation of an internship program. The process takes into account critical factors of internship programming including understanding what current students are seeking, program structure, choosing the best supervisor, marketing the opportunity, orientation, compensation, benefits, evaluation, and so much more.
To register for the event at CSU-Fullerton, please visit www.internbridge.com/fullerton
For companies and organizations interested in beginning an intern program, the “Total Internship Management” course is accredited by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) for professional HR credits and is presented by Dr. Robert Shindell.