An internship can be valuable part of a professional’s career path, whether you’re offering a program to students or recent grads. While many internship programs have gone through a transformation in the recent past, paving the way to the ultimate internship program takes some fine tuning.
At its core, an internship should provide students and recent grads with what they’re looking for — but first you have to pin down exactly what that is. Though many interns want better pay, others would enjoy mentorship opportunities, access to executives, and company perks. So, the question comes down to this: Do you know what your potential candidates are looking for?
The following infographic, compiled by InternMatch, showcases how you can transform your internship program.
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