Program offerts IT internships and jobs to low income young adults

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Students celebrate their recent graduation from the Year Up intensive training program

 

(BlackNews.com) — Year Up is a one-year, intensive training program that provides low-income young adults, ages 18-24, with a combination of hands-on skill development, college credits, and corporate internships. Their program emphasizes academic and professional rigor, setting expectations high for quality of work and professional behavior. A strong structure guides students through the steps necessary for achieving success in the classroom and the workplace.

For the first six months of the program, students develop technical and professional skills in the classroom. Students then apply those skills during the second six months on an internship at one of Year Up’s 250+ corporate and government partners. Students earn up to 23 college credits and a weekly stipend, and are supported by staff advisors, professional mentors, dedicated social services staff, and a powerful network of community-based partners.

Since its founding in 2000, Year Up has served over 6,000 young adults.

For more details on how to apply, visit:
http://www.findinternships.com/2013/06/year-up-it-internship.html

To search hundreds of other internship programs, visit:
http://www.FindInternships.com

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