Our program is designed to connect students with employers that are seeking skillsets that align with the applicants field of study so that they may gain meaningful, hands-on work experience in a professional environment.
Generate more impactful internship opportunities by ensuring students are paired with companies interested in shaping and preparing them for future opportunities and by discouraging the practice of hiring interns as merely a means to maintain HUBZone compliance.
HOW TO PARTICPATE
Verify HUBZone Status
Click the map and enter your home address into the search bar. Attach HUBZone status with resume.
REMINDER: Please check your home and school address.
Once you complete the form below a member of the HUBZone Council will reach out to assess your capabilities.
If you are interested in being considered for part-time employment opportunities please complete the form to "Express your Interest"
Once the council has assessed your core competencies, we will provide suggestions for training and certificate programs to increase your odds of being placed with an employer.
The HUBZone Council will share your resume with businesses within our network to try and find you the perfect fit.
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