Talking about exciting career opportunities in advanced manufacturing and logistics is one thing. Experiencing it is another.
Each year, hundreds of high school students are chosen for six-week work experiences with Hoosier advanced manufacturing and logistics companies. The first-of-its kind internship program pays high school students to work with skilled AML experts in quality inspection, warehouse management systems and Kaizen events, effectively translating classroom instruction into practical experience.
For industry partners, Conexus Interns gives them access to talent who know how to get the job done. Better yet, the Conexus Interns program provides support to launch paid internships at little or no cost to employers. Students must complete an internship application as well as meet a list of criteria, making sure that the most promising students are placed.
Companies interested in hosting Conexus Interns in 2018 should fill out and submit an application by November 20, 2017.
Conexus Interns are 80% more likely to pursue a career in advanced manufacturing and logistics after completing the program.
98% of participating companies plan to continue to host interns.