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Does your company hire interns? Yes: 83% No: 17% If your company offers internships, are they paid or unpaid? Paid: 50% Unpaid: 50% Our company does not offer internships: 0% How...

We Make RI offering internships in general manufacturing and industrial sewing

CRANSTON – We Make RI, a nonprofit dedicated to helping Rhode Islanders get on the path to careers, is accepting applications for internships in...

High school internships offer employers advantages

There has never been a better time for employers to recruit and develop a broader, more diverse talent pool than now. The new reality...
BUILDING A CAREER BY HAND: Rebecca Slater, left, design project director at Blakely Interior Design in North Kingstown, helps Brianna Chace, a New England Tech interior design major and intern at Blakely.  / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Q&A: Rebecca Slater

Rebecca Slater | Blakely Interior Design design project director In 2015, Rebecca Slater left an MFA program at Suffolk University and discovered she could pursue...

Q&A: Kyle Daniels

Kyle Daniels | Clarke Valve CEO and president Kyle Daniels is the founder, CEO and president of Clarke Valve in North Kingstown. He had three...
SMOOTH RIDE: Elijah Matthews, left, and Xavier Rivera work in central transport at Rhode Island Hospital in 2018. The job, often filled in the summer by interns, involves moving patients and equipment.

Hospital summer programs start young interns on career path

For high school and college students, summer break doesn’t usually conjure up images of hospitals and medical offices. In the so-called “new economy” of the...

Learn as you go

Does your company offer on-the-job training? Yes: 100% No: 0% What qualities do you value most in a trained employee? (select any that apply) Strong problem-solving skills: 85.7% Leadership...
FIRSTHAND: From left, William M. Davies, Jr. Career & Technical High School student Nathanael Chery performs jewelry-machining work at Tiffany, guided by his Machine Technology teacher, Briar Dacier. Chery is part of the school’s work-based learning program. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

William M. Davies Students learning advanced manufacturing firsthand

William Davies High School | Collaboration in Manufacturing William M. Davies, Jr. Career & Technical High School in Lincoln provides advanced manufacturing training to 289...
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