Here at the Chamber, we love our interns. Michelle Mikes works on graphic design & content management for the Forum for Business Monthly & George Koturo works with new & current members to help them get set up on the social media scene. Both of these talented young people are from Keiser University & both are invaluable to our Chamber on an almost daily basis.
I’m not afraid to tell you that I’m a little bit of a control freak. Those of you who know me, know that I don’t delegate very easily. So, when the opportunity for interns came my way, I was excited but also a little nervous about my ability to provide a meaningful experience for a student.
It’s taken me a few years to get a hold on what my responsibility is to the student & the school, and I’ve frightened off a few interns with my “red pen of doom”, but I believe that we’ve finally found a happy balance of good product for my organization and good experience for the student.
This Thursday, the Business & Breakfast will entertain a couple of the Internship Coordinators from our membership to provide you with the tools that you need to create a meaningful internship program at your company- one that benefits the business and the intern!
Join us! You can start out ahead of the game- and avoid the “red pen of doom”!
Busisiness & Breakfast | December 2
Community Southern Bank | 3340 S Florida Ave