Summit Economic Leadership Breakfast | Kent State University

Summit Economic Leadership Breakfast

FEBUARY 19

CREATING –OR TUNING UP– YOUR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Presented by LuAnn Linson Coldwell

Where do you start in creating a new internship program? What are some of the internship “Best Practices” of area employers? What are some of the “Not So Good” internship   practices that can cause employers potential problems?

Whether you are starting from scratch, or are looking to tune up your current internship program, you will walk away with practical information, resources, and ideas to help you and your interns succeed. 

Bring along questions regarding your specific internship program’s goals and needs, and you will leave with a wide-variety of resources to take your internship program to the next level. 

LuAnn Linson Coldwell is the Career Adviser at Kent State Geauga and the Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg.  She has extensive experience  working with employers, students, alumni, and university career centers. She specializes in coaching students/alumni in defining and achieving their career goals, and in turn connecting employers with the talent they need to thrive. LuAnn serves on the Business Resource Network and is a founding board member of Encore NEO.

Bring your business cards and a friend. Business card drawing for a gift!

Held the third Friday of each month, this is the kickoff semester for a breakfast that promises to be as dynamic as its twenty-five year old counterpart in Geauga County .

This is another opportunity to bring business and industry leaders together to network, learn, and collaborate. 

Twinsburg Chamber members can RSVP on the chamber website. All others email: Denise Milhollan at dmilholl@kent.edu