Internships give students a great opportunity to gain the knowledge, skills, and experience in your chosen career field while establishing important connections that may lead to full-time employment after graduation. More than half of students who participate in an internship become full-time employees where they intern.
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Workforce Innovation & Opportunities Act
The Workforce Innovation & Opportunities Act provides supplemental education and job training to youth ages 14-to-24 and young adults 25 and older who are no longer in school and having difficulty obtaining employment and/or accessing traditional job training programs.
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To learn more about any of the programs listed here, including how you can attend, or how you can support them, contact Rozalyn Bredow, Employment & Career Services Programs Director at 402-453-9730 x122, 402-403-8024 and email@example.com.