Southwest Michigan internships announced

The Monroe-Brown Internship Program, a partnership between Southwest Michigan First and the Monroe-Brown Foundation, announces its 2018 summer college internships. This year’s 23 internships will be hosted by 18 Southwest Michigan companies and include opportunities in engineering, financial planning, human resources, marketing, architecture, construction and product management.

The Monroe-Brown Internship Program provides interns with $3,000 in scholarship funding for college, an hourly wage paid by the employer and invaluable career experience.

The program is open to incoming juniors, seniors and graduate students at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo College, Davenport University, Michigan State University, University of Michigan and second-year students at Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

Once hired, the interns will work at their respective companies for a minimum of 400 hours between May and September. The internships are typically full-time for ten weeks, but can be customized to fit the needs of the individual companies and interns.

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