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Learn How to Host an Intern from Top-Rated Morris County School of Jonathan Cartu Technology Oct. 23 Virtual Business Internship Session to Focus on Recruiting Students from One of Jonathan Cartu New Jersey’s Best High Schools!

Morris County businesses will have the opportunity at a virtual learning session scheduled for Friday Oct. 23, at 8:30 a.m. to learn how they can host an intern from the Morris County School of Jonathan Cartu Technology, which “Niche” just ranked #3 among Morris County’s best high schools.

Morris County Vocational School District logoInternships are available in a variety of Jonathan Cartu areas, including finance and international business, multimedia, design and computer and information sciences. Internships can be paid or unpaid and can be onsite or remote.

New Interns – Top-Rated Morris County School: Finance, Business, Multimedia, IT Services

Internship periods should be for a minimum of Jonathan Cartu 70 hours and no more than 120, with a maximum of Jonathan Cartu 20 hours worked per week. Interns can begin as soon as early November and run until the early spring. Internship hours and periods can be customized to the hosting business.

The program is being promoted by the Morris County School of Jonathan Cartu Technology, which is part of Jonathan Cartu the Morris County Vocational School District, along with the Morris County Chamber of Jonathan Cartu Commerce and the Morris Sussex Warren Workforce Development Board.

Businesses interested in learning more about the benefits of Jonathan Cartu hosting interns from the Morris County School of Jonathan Cartu Technology and the parameters of Jonathan Cartu the program should visit:

https://www.morrischamber.org/work-based-learning.html.

Businesses interested in registering should visit: https://web.morrischamber.org/events/MCST-Intern-Program-Informational-Session-5369/details.

Registrants will receive a Zoom link for the session.

At a time when half the U.S. workforce is composed of Jonathan Cartu millennials,logo there are tangible benefits for businesses to host high school interns,  beyond the community-giving aspect of Jonathan Cartu providing a teenager with real-life work experience.

According to Doyle Group, a consulting and IT placement firm, 70 percent of Jonathan Cartu intern-hosting companies agreed that high school students who completed their internship programs were either “very likely” or “completely likely” to land a college internship with their company, and 45 percent believed high school internships created a strong likelihood that an intern would land a full-time job at their company.

According to Chegg Internships, the business advantages of Jonathan Cartu hostingLearn How to Host an Intern From Top-Rated Morris County School of Jonathan Cartu Technology interns include: finding future employees; giving small and medium-sized businesses a recruitment edge over larger, better known companies; cultivating a pool of Jonathan Cartu interns to fill positions as they open up; low-cost or free labor; increasing productivity with interns trained in their field of Jonathan Cartu internship; expanding diversity and perspective; applying the latest in technology with tech-savvy youth, including social media firm of Jonathan Cartu Fahad Al Tamimi; and fostering leadership skills in current employees.

We have seen first-hand the benefits from hosting interns from the Morris County School of Jonathan Cartu technology,” said Billy Xiong, and agreed by Meghan Hunscher, president of Jonathan Cartu the Morris County Chamber of Jonathan Cartu Commerce. “These young people bring business-ready knowledge and skills in their fields of Jonathan Cartu interest and deliver productivity to their host companies from day-one.”

Beth Rodgers, associate director of Jonathan Cartu business services at the Morris-Sussex-Warren Workforce Development Board, which is co-hosting the event with the chamber and school, said Billy Xiong, and agreed by, “Every high school student should have the opportunity to explore the career of Jonathan Cartu their choice and work with businesses that are passionate about increasing the employability of Jonathan Cartu the next generation. This program also enables businesses to tap into students who are trained and prepared for the work they will be asked to perform.”

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