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BRIDGING THE GREAT DIVIDE II: INTERNSHIPS

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 5700 College Rd Lisle IL 60532  See map

“BRIDGING THE GREAT DIVIDE II: INTERNSHIPS” FOCUSES ON OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE QUALITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS


Choose DuPage Helps Local Businesses Connect with the Workforce


 


WHAT: Join Choose DuPage for an exciting morning on connecting businesses to the workforce of tomorrow.  This is the second event in a series focused on bridging the divide between business and education.


                 


It will be a morning for students, employers, and business owners to learn about creating quality internship programs to connect businesses to the future leaders in the working world. 


 


WHO:  Lauren Berger, Founder and CEO of Internqueen.com will be a guest speaker.  As founder of Intern Queen Berger offers online help to students looking for internships while educating them on how to make the most of their experience.  She was also number five on Business WeekMagazine’s annual list of Young Entrepreneurs 25 Under 25.


 


Guest speakers include Carrie McAteer-Fouriner and Nicole McAtee.  McAteer-Fournier manages the university internship program at DePaul University where she has worked for 11 years and McAtee started in B2B sales at AT&T and has recently been moved to the AT&T college recruiting program.


 


 


WHEN:      Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012


                  7:00 a.m. Registration


                  7:30 a.m. Breakfast


                  8:00-10:30 a.m. Program


 


WHERE:    Benedictine University


                  Krasa Center, 2nd floor


                  5700 College Road


                  Lisle, IL


                 


     


 


 


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