In today's globally competitive market for top talent, organizations interested in accessing the best and brightest have spun the old model of hiring a college student to stuff envelopes or run errands 180 degrees. Top companies like Microsoft and Charles Schwab not only apply the same rigid, selective hiring process for ALL hires- regardless of term of service- but are also capturing a much-needed injection of youth, vigor and brains into their products and processes.
In this webcast, we'll hear about The Intern Bridge 2008 Internship Best Practices report- a culmination of data spanning over 12,000 students from more than 70 universities. The interns surveyed were employed at the majority of the Fortune 100 companies, in addition to a vast array of other for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, and government agencies. We'll share best and creative practices from this survey to aid your organization in crafting a top internship program.