IT Internship Placements needed, ITWorks Philadelphia
Posted by Tech Impact on May 4, 2015
Call to Action: We need 4 more internships for our ITWorks Philadelphia students!
Let us help you and your organization by providing talented and proficient interns with technical expertise. Interns typically earn $10-$12/hour; however, if you are unable to pay, we will ensure that the intern gets paid for the duration of the 5-week internship. We simply need your assistance in providing these exceptional individuals with the opportunity for continued learning and mentorship.
Why host an ITWorks intern?
ITWorks Interns are an affordable way to give your organization extra capacity. They are immediately useful within your organization due to their extensive training, and they are fully supported by our team. This internship experience will change the student’s income potential for life by giving them valuable “on the job” experience. You can make this program a life-changing experience for our students.
Interns are expected to work 9am-3pm, Monday through Thursday, for a minimum of 5 weeks (24 hours per week, a total of 120 hours). On Fridays, students will come back to the classroom to debrief on the week and be taught additional professional skills.
We can promise, the students we have available now are among the best students we have had in the program. You will not be disappointed.
CURRENTLY TAKING PLACE!
May 26th – June 25th
To apply to host an intern, please click here.
To learn more about ITWorks, please visit our website.
Email Grace Harpole at Grace@TechImpact.org with any questions.
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