According to Forbes, approximately 1.5 million internships are filled each year in the United States. As we know, internships can be a great way for startups to work with talented students or graduates. If you are a small business, you can especially benefit from getting a full-time intern.
So you have done the nitty-gritty work of planning and organizing your internship program with your teammates, determined the appropriate length of your program should be and wrote an effective and informative intern job description. Now all that’s left to do— actually hire your interns. With so many websites and apps out there geared towards making the hiring process easier, it can be tough to navigate through them all and find the best one for you, that will yield the best results. You want the best intern for the job, not the one that necessarily comes the easiest. So where can you find your perfect match?
From fraternities and sororities to honors societies and different clubs, there are hundreds of student organizations across the country. These organizations have a diverse group of amazingly talented students and love to partner with all types of companies to ensure their members have internship and job opportunities. Likewise, partnering with student organizations is also an opportunity for companies to build a consistent pipeline of students from across the country. However, building these partnerships can be time-consuming and the process can sometimes be difficult to navigate.
Picture this: you’ve spent thousands of hours (and dollars) building your employer brand and gaining traction with amazing candidates. Your company is interviewing...
Gen Z is the latest generation to enter the workforce, and in the coming years, they’re projected to make up a larger percentage of global workers than the Boomer generation. That’s why forward-thinking employers are already focusing their attention on recruiting these up-and-comers through early career talent programs.