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Northland CAPS Seeks Internships for Area High School Students
Some of the 20 graduates of the Northland CAPS programs received $1,000 scholarships during a 2017-18 year-end ceremony.
The Northland Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) is seeking unpaid internships for over 380 high school students for the spring 2020 semester. If you would like to host an internship next spring, they would welcome the opportunity to work with you.
Students are available for internships four days each week, Tuesday through Friday. Students report to their CAPS program site on Mondays. Student interns are available during two time periods: from 7:30 to 10 a.m. and from noon to 2:30 p.m.
For more information, visit this link on the CAPS website.
Students are currently creating resumes and need professional feedback. If you would be interested in assisting with reviewing associate resumes on Oct. 21 at one of the CAPS sites, they would welcome the help. To sign up, visit this ink on the CAPS website.
CAPS student associates are involved in one of four career areas, digital media and design, engineering and advanced manufacturing, global business and logistics, and medicine and healthcare. Northland CAPS was founded with assistance of the Clay County Economic Development Council and its affiliate, the Northland Education and Business Alliance.