Sun Hydraulics Offering New High School Internship Program

In partnership with CareerEdge, Sun Hydraulics is offering internship opportunities to future and present high school graduates.

The program will expose high school graduates to high-tech manufacturing skills during a paid three-month summer internship. Besides receiving on-the-job experience, the interns will also discover educational opportunities related to manufacturing. Upon completing the internship, students may be eligible to continue full-time with the company and receive tuition reimbursement for certifications or degrees in their chosen area.

Does your company offer internships for high school or college students? Tell us your story! Contact Stephanie Scaccianoce at sscaccianoce@nfpa.com.

 

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