1-2 George Brown Project Management students will spend the May-August period doing at least 100 hours of project management work on a project of your choosing. This includes project planning and preparation, and coordinating work effort.
Successful projects in the past have included:
Each student project manager will devote at least 100 hours to your project, specifically the student will:
You'll gain an unparalleled opportunity to evaluate future talent -- learning what they can bring to the table and what skills they have before you hire them to reduce onboarding costs and time.
Today's talent are tomorrow's managers, entrepreneurs, decision makers, and consumers of your products -- so capture their attention early on by engaging with them in an authentic way.
Gain a fresh perspective from top emerging talent by giving Millennials hands-on experience to find value for your organization.
Build strong relationships at local schools and with their students to ensure that you hire for cultural fit, while improving your community.