Intern in Ohio
Saving time and money, this groundbreaking new system synthesizes all open internship
opportunities together with the largest collection of available employees and students
into one efficient web-based tool.
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Intern in Ohio, presented by The University of Toledo, is a unique program that matches college students with internship opportunities.
Intern in Ohio uses Classroom to Career technology developed by Digerati, a Detroit engineering company that employs an advanced matching algorithm instantly connecting employers and internship-seekers based on skills, interests and the requirements of the position.
The program is advantageous for both students and employers. Students are exposed to experiential learning opportunities across the state, and the program helps get them in the door with what they know, not who they know. And employers benefit with access to talent and the reassurance that the internship candidates are suited for the needs of the position.
The University of Toledo has partnered with Digerati to bring the valuable resource to not only UT, but the entire State of Ohio.
Experiential learning such as internships and co-ops, has never been more important for today’s college students in providing valuable experience and be ready for opportunities after graduation.
Intern Ohio connects students to great internship opportunities. Research has shown that internships often lead to offers of full-time employment upon graduation.
Intern in Ohio asks a series of questions to both students and employers to create matches about opportunities. There are some 18,000 question sets included in the technology to ensure best matches for any listed internship position.
The employer on average will answer 20 to 30 questions about a position when it is posted, and students are matched to that opportunity based on their answers about their skills and interests. The system identifies the top seven matches for each individual student as well as to the business for each position. When a match is made, both the employer and the student are notified, and both must select they are interested before any contact information is shared.
The web-based program is free to both students and employers.