Friday, March 2, 2018
8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Towson University, West Village Commons, Ballroom A (4th Floor)
8000 York Road, Towson, MD 21252
Create or rethink your internship program! Connect and network with Baltimore area educators and employers to dialogue about the central role of internship programs for college and university students along with your recruiting needs. Baltimore's 14 colleges and universities enroll more than 160,000 students who can put their skills to work for your business.
Learn from the experts on how to get started with your own internship program, recruit students, and develop a pipeline of future employees. Topics include: internship basics, best practices, supervising and communicating with students, recruiting, and much more!
The bootcamp is FREE but space is limited! Register now! Continental breakfast provided. Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keynote Speaker: Christine Routzahn, Maryland Career Consortium President, will address how to create, build or rethink your internship program. Also, learn how to recruit and hire your next generation workforce.
A Perspective from the Front Lines: Hear about recruiting practices and internship experiences from area students.
Group Working Session and Collaboration: Meet with fellow employers and brainstorm or rethink the purpose of your internship program.
Sponsors: Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development, Maryland Career Consortium, and Towson University.
West Village Commons, Ballroom A (4th Floor)
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
Parking will be available in the West Village Garage. A staff member will be at the first floor garage entrance to issue parking permits to registered attendees.
Organizer: Baltimore Collegetown Network
The Baltimore Collegetown Network brings 14 colleges and universities together to attract, engage, and retain students and raise the profile of Baltimore as a great college town.