L. Bowen Foundation Internships For Minority Journalists
by the media industry to increase access to permanent job opportunities
for minority students.
Foundation's program is unlike traditional intern programs in
that students work for a partner company during summers and
school breaks from the end of their junior year in high school
until they graduate from college.
that five-year period, students learn many aspects of corporate
operations and develop company-specific skills. Corporations
guide and develop minority students with the option of permanent
placement upon completion of their college degree.
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