2024 Employers Internship Workshop

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Christine Barkley, InternBridge Director of Curriculum, Research and Programming

Tuesday, April 9

8:45 AM – 4:30 PM

Employers, join us for Intern Bridge’s Total Internship Management Workshop, a full-day experience meticulously crafted for employer organizations looking to create or strengthen their internship program to remain competitive in today’s market.

This comprehensive workshop offers organizations the unique opportunity to delve into the latest research findings, industry insights and gathered best practices, providing a solid foundation for their internship programs. Facilitated by Intern Bridge’s Christine Barkley, the HRCI and SHRM accredited workshop fosters a collaborative learning environment, encouraging open and candid discussions of sharing successes and failures with peers. Participants will leave the Total Internship Management Workshop equipped with a deep understanding of industry-leading practices, actionable strategies for their internship programs, and a network of peers to support ongoing collaboration. Elevate your internship management approach by registering to attend this dynamic workshop today!

Included Luncheon Event:  Apprenticeship Panel 

Apprenticeships included in high school and college experiential education programs offer numerous benefits to students and employers. These programs include a structured training plan focusing on mastering specific skills an employer needs to fill an occupation within their organization, making them the perfect option for businesses looking to grow their employment base and increase retention. Join our expert panel of employers to discuss apprenticeships and the benefits their organizations have seen from utilizing them.

Moderator

    • Doreen Lund, Apprenticeship Navigator with CareerSource Northeast Florida

Panelists: 

    • Orville Dothage, Northrop Grumman
    • Donna Wagner, UF Health St. Johns
    • Tim Hinson, Miller Electric

Registration

This workshop is during the conference but requires a separate registration.

Registration Fee:  $450 (includes workshop, breaks, and luncheon; does not include banquet)