HACU seeking students for its national internship program
January 26, 2011 · Print This Article
Summer paid internships available within the federal government and corporate sector
San Antonio, TX – The HACU National Internship Program, the nation’s largest Hispanic internship program, is accepting applications from college and university students for internships taking place this summer, June 3-Aug. 13, 2011. Students accepted into the program participate in paid internships with federal and corporate offices in Washington, DC and across the nation. Deadline to apply is Feb. 25, 2011.
“Providing students with the opportunities to help them succeed beyond college and prepare them to enter the professional world after graduation is incredibly valuable,” said HACU President and CEO Antonio R. Flores. “The HACU National Internship Program continues to fulfill its mission of opening doors of opportunity by providing students a chance to earn an income and also make professional connections for future corporate and federal employment.”
The HACU National Internship Program places more than 600 students in paid internships annually. These internships provide talented Hispanic and other minority students with the opportunity to develop their career and professional skills and receive financial support to help motivate students through graduation. The HACU National Internship Program has placed more than 9,000 students in internships since its inception in 1992.