A third- or fourth-year communications student will work with your organization for 240 hours of work experience, full time for 6-8 weeks or part time over a longer period. Communication degree students are able to tackle a number of tasks for your organization including research, writing, social networking, public and media relations, event planning and management, and strategic communications plans.
The students' deliverable will be up to the hosting organization to define, but must be meaningful, communications-related work.
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.