Jeff Beavers, Executive Director of Michigan State University’s career services network, said: “For many employers, their internship program is critical to their talent pipeline for future open positions.”
They are indeed a low-cost alternative offering great rewards:
- These programs help organizations build a talent flow and increase employee engagement;
- they help test individual potential and performance while providing life experiences for young adults;
- and they are a way to "test-before-buy," meaning employers can evaluate interns' performance before extending job offers.
Knowing how beneficial these programs can be for our partners, and understanding the difficult situation talented students are going through amid the coronavirus crisis, we developed 2 special versions of the Talent Menu.
The Talent Menu: Internship/Co-op Edition, features talented candidates that are looking for an Internship/Co-op opportunity to gain practical knowledge while offering insightful solutions from an external/fresh point of view.
The other file features a group of talented individuals that recently graduated and are ready to integrate what they learned in the classroom in the real world.
Both are a downloadable documents that introduce you to candidates looking for new opportunities in a variety of fields. Their resumes have been reviewed, and our recruiters have already had one-on-one conversations with each of them, saving you additional time and expense in the hiring process.
Click the options below to learn more about these Top Talent individuals.
You can also click below to download an Infographic and learn how a Tier 1 Automotive Supplier decreased recruiting cost with a standardized co-op program.
If you're interested in interviewing, and ultimately hire, one or more of our talent menu candidates, we are offering a 30% reduction in any fees associated with their placement