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NEOintern provides a free platform for employers in Northeast Ohio and college students everywhere.  With only a few minutes to create an account, employers gain immediate access to thousands of talented college students.  Employers also benefit from outreach by NOCHE, whose staff members promote internships and co-ops through email, social media and career fairs with colleges across the region—a network consisting of 226,000 students. College students have the ability to browse hundreds of new internship postings every month with the assurance that NOCHE staff members have reviewed and approved every posting.  Get started with one of the login boxes below.

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For assistance, contact one of NOCHE’s talent development program managers at 216.420.9200: Brenda Davis Smith (x223) or Patrick Britton (x234).

NEOintern provides expert internship services around Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Youngstown and areas in between.  Students looking for internship opportunities across Ohio can use OhioMeansInternships.

Internship and co-op programs are among the best incubators of talent at a time when the expansion of our regional economy requires more educated workers.  A thriving Northeast Ohio economy will attract and retain the nation’s best and brightest talent, and internships are a key retention strategy.  That is why an increasing number of organizations across all industries have formal internship or co-op programs.  Organizations that have internship and co-op programs know that today’s interns are tomorrow’s top recruits.  General Electric’s Manager of Global Recruiting and Staffing Services Steven Canale said, “If I only had $100 to spend on recruiting, I’d spend all $100 on interns and co-ops.” At GE, 80 percent of its 1,000 full-time hires each year come from internships and co-ops.

 
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