Imagine living in an Upstate region where no matter which city, town, or county you lived in or your level of income, you knew that you had access to dependable and affordable transportation that could take you to your job, appointments, or shopping and then back home again in a timely and relatively easy manner every single day.
The key to a successful internship is to build a strong foundation before the interview process begins. First, develop a clear job description. Second, ensure you and your team have the time and energy to guide your future intern. Third, consider aligning yourself with an educational partner to filter your talent pool.