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Harnessing the Power of Internships
PRESENTER: Matt Zinman, Founder & CEO of The Internship Institute
- The 5 Myths of Internships
- The DNA of Internship Success
- Advanced Techniques (Virtual Interns)
- Making Supervisors and Mentors Awesome
- Recruiting the Right Interns
- Making it Happen
ROI Multiplier: How optimizing intern talent enables supervisors to gain 225+ full days of work productivity/year
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Start-ups (even a company of 1)
- Small Business Owners
- Intern Supervisors and Mentors
- HR Professionals
ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP INSTITUTE
A nonprofit 501(C)(3) founded in 2007, The Internship Institute custom-builds and optimizes internship programs as well as fixes those that are failing to achieve business goals. The organization provides proprietary tools, techniques and training to make it possible for any company to make internships an asset. This involves advanced practices and turnkey implementation, such as for startups to have virtual interns and apply their high-skilled talent to build capacity as young companies prosper and become sustainable. This also creates win-win opportunities for college students to gain essential work experience to become more employable and Make Experience Matter.
The Internship Institute
Founder & CEO
Matthew Zinman founded the Internship Institute to bridge the gap between education and employment. Mr. Zinman has managed and mentored nearly 300 college interns. He is a frequent lecturer at colleges, universities, professional associations and civic organizations and a published author on a number of related topics.
Matthew Zinman founded the Internship Institute to bridge the gap between education and employment. He began his career in marketing communications as an intern himself and worked for some of Philadelphia’s most prominent agencies and as a consultant to nearly 100 companies. Mr. Zinman also has managed and mentored nearly 300 college interns. He is a frequent lecturer at colleges, universities, professional associations and civic organizations and a published author on a number of related topics. Mr. Zinman earned his bachelor’s degree in 1989 at Temple University.
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