Seton Hill U. Hosts Employer Workshop “Creating a Successful Internship Program” 4/29
Seton Hill University’s CareerWorks, in partnership with the Regional Internship Center, will host an employer workshop, “Creating a Successful Internship Program,” on Thursday, April 29, from 9 a.m. -12 noon at the Seton Hill University Center for Family Therapy, located on the fifth floor of the Stark Building at 41 West Otterman Street in Greensburg, Pa. Breakfast will be provided. The registration cost is $35 per person. For more information or to receive a registration form, contact Becky Campbell, director of CareerWorks, at 724-838-4276 or email@example.com.
“Creating a Successful Internship Program” is a three hour interactive workshop for employers who want to create a successful internship experience for both the intern and the company. The workshop will educate attendees on the benefits of hosting an intern, the components of a successful internship, and how to use Seton Hill University’s CareerWorks and the Regional Internship Center to find an intern. Attendees will have the ability to post internship positions at no cost on both the Regional Internship Center website and CareerWorks website.
According to Campbell, “Hosting an intern offers a company a low risk, cost effective way to discover new talent.”
Seton Hill University’s CareerWorks offers a variety of services and resources to support students at every stage of their career development. Employers partnering with CareerWorks gain access to a diverse pool of candidates who value and employ entrepreneurial approaches to problem solving, critical thinking, and risk taking. Local, regional, and national employers use CareerWorks’ recruiting services. For more information, visit www.setonhill.edu/campusservices/careerworks.cfm.
The Regional Internship Center is a nonprofit organization that brokers connections between internship seekers and employers in southwestern Pennsylvania. Through targeted outreach and training, the Regional Internship Center enables internship seekers and employers to explore working together to determine whether they are a good fit for a long-term employment relationship. For more information, visit www.theregionalinternshipcenter.org.