Date Jul 10 · 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM PDT

When is too soon to bring an intern into your startup or VC team? And, once you make the decision to hire an intern or co-op, how do you effectively manage and train an intern so both the startup and the intern’s resume benefit from the experience? 

Startup Boston and the City of Boston are excited to dive into these questions with you! During this virtual panel, we’ll be discussing: 

  • How to craft an effective internship program 

  • What interns and/or co-ops typically expect in return for their time at your organization - in terms of references, resume builders and/or payment 

  • How to identify who at our local Greater Boston Universities you can reach out to in order to source talent for your startup or VC firm

  • Creating an effective management and feedback loop for interns 

You’ll walk away from this panel equipped with actionable insights and practical strategies for building and managing a successful internship program at your company.

This event is perfect for solopreneurs who are thinking of bringing an intern onto their team to share the workload with, VC firms contemplating building out an internship program and startups who have received Pre-Seed, Seed or Series A funding that are interested in working with top tier talent from Greater Boston universities.


SPEAKERS
Avatar of Shonte Davidson SD
Shonte Davidson
CEO
Better Together Brain Trust
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Avatar of Cvic Innocent CI
Cvic Innocent
Founder & GP
Frankenbuild Ventures
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Avatar of Claire Joy Moss CJ
Claire Joy Moss
Associate Director of Fellow Success, Boston
Hack.Diversity
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Avatar of Allison Mairena (Sproul) AM
Allison Mairena (Sproul)
VP, People
NewGlobe
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AGENDA
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM UTC
Nurturing Tomorrow's Talent: Strategies for Hiring, Onboarding, and Managing Interns in the Startup World
  • Shonte Davidson
  • Cvic Innocent
  • Claire Joy Moss
  • Allison Mairena (Sproul)
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