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Join Technical.ly for a webinar on how to save your internship program in 2020

On Thursday, June 18, leaders from the Maryland Technology Internship Program, HSR Health, Airgility, Index Analytics and AirPhoton will discuss how their organizations are adapting their internship programs.

How are internship programs adapting? (Technical.ly file photo)
How are organizations equipped to save and manage their internship programs during 2020?

Technical.ly and Maryland Technology Internship Program (MTIP) invites you to join us for a conversation on how business leaders are adapting their programs during COVID-19 and the current movement against systemic racism. The virtual event brings together leaders of the UMBC-run state program that offers technology internships and businesses with experience building internship programs.

This webinar will take place on Thursday, June 18, from 4-5 p.m.

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Hear insights from experts on:

  • Managing remote interns
  • How are companies organizing their programs?
  • How do we increase value for interns during COVID-19?
  • How did you find the MTIP program and what problem has it solved for you?
  • In the wake of George Floyd and the collective movement that we as a country are in the midst of, is this impacting how you’re thinking about your internship program and providing opportunities to people of color?

Panelists:

  • Annie Weinschenk, assistant director at Maryland Technology Internship Program (MTIP)
  • Ajay K. Gupta, CEO at HSR.health
  • Pramod Raheja, CEO at Airgility, Inc.
  • James Collins, program manager at Index Analytics LLC
  • Richard Kleidman, COO at AirPhoton LLCĀ 
  • Alex Galiani, business development manager at Technical.ly (Moderator)

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Companies: University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Series: University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) / Coronavirus
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