The VBSR Vermont Intern Program
VBSR has successfully connected over 215 talented students and recent graduates with successful Vermont businesses over the past few years. Read more here for an overview of why this is such an important program.
Businesses- Are you looking for the help of a talented young person? VBSR will post your internship on our website and our Facebook page, send the announcement out to career counselors at 19 Vermont colleges and universities, and to our student contact list that contains over 900 interested students. The Vermont Intern Program will also accept and review the applications and send you the best and the brightest from the applicant pool. Here is the information you will need to get started.
"VBSR's Intern Program was very useful for us to fill a research and data analysis gap...Within a week of submitting our request we had multiple qualified candidates contact us, and soon after we had the finished work in hand. The (VBSR) program was a great solution for our 15-20 hour projects...I definitely plan on using The VBSR Intern Program in the future." Evan Goldsmith, President, Hope for Women.
Students- Are you looking for a new and interesting workplace experience? Do you want a paid internship with a great local business? View our available internships here and learn more about the application process here. Increase your networking opportunities by becoming a VBSR student member.
"The way VBSR has set up their program makes it extremely manageable for students to apply for paid internships with socially responsible companies. I was working from day one on important, interesting projects that clearly and directly related to the larger goal of the company. VBSR's Intern Program is fantastic and I only wish I'd found it years ago." Ian Lyons, Intern at VEIC and City Market.
Roxanne Vought, Internship Program & Special Projects Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-862-8347.
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Funding for the Program is provided by the Vermont Department of Labor with additional support from UVM Continuing Education.