There is a convenient local resource available to help match companies with potential student interns. Santa Clarita Valley Internships, powered by the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation (SCVEDC), provides resources for both students and businesses.
Internships benefit both companies and interns. Students offer businesses a fresh perspective and internship programs are a great a way of testing and recruiting young talent.
Did you know that most Fortune-500 companies retain over 80% of their interns as entry-level hires?
If you are ready to create a successful internship program in your company, or if you already have one, check out SCVInternships.com.
Its internship website provides resources for employers, and helps match companies with the right student interns. Registration is simple, free, and will provide your company with greater access to students in your field.
For more information, contact Sue Arellano, business assistance manager at SCVEDC, at (661) 288-4411.
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