Celebrate Internships! Employer Appreciation and Internship Showcase
May 10 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Please join us for an Internship Student Showcase and Panel Discussion at the 15th Annual Celebrate Internships! Employer Appreciation Event
A FREE networking & professional development opportunity for area employers and college internship professionals
When: Friday, May 10, 2019, 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (optional tour 11-11:30 a.m.)
Where: Direct Supply, 7311 W Green Tree Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53223
Parking: Parking available- see map
8:00 Check in & Coffee with the Colleges (includes a Continental Breakfast sponsored by Direct Supply)
8:30 Welcome, Jenny McGilligan, MACIC Professional Development Chair
8:35 Internship Best Practices– Wade Krogwold, Campus and Community Recruiting Manager for Direct Supply
9:00 MACIC Outstanding Internships Award Presentation
9:15 Internship Showcase of Area Student Internship Projects
9:45 Meet the Interns-Panel Discussion
10:45 Closing Remarks– Julie Walker, MACIC President
11:00 Optional Tour of Direct Supply
Please register here by May 6, 2019
We hope to see you there!
The Milwaukee Area Colleges Internship Consortium (MACIC) fosters collegiality and support for professionals who work with internships in Wisconsin’s public, private and technical colleges and universities through educational forums and networking opportunities. We invite community employers to attend events and partner to build internship programs in Southeastern Wisconsin.
About Direct Supply
Direct Supply is an employee-owned company that’s been quietly growing in Milwaukee since 1985. They deliver world-class solutions to help Senior Living providers – and the seniors they serve – thrive. From creating amazing environments and improving care and outcomes to optimizing building operations and streamlining procurement, Direct Supply is dedicated to pushing Senior Living forward. Direct Supply also leads and supports the most important efforts shaping national policy to help ensure Senior Living has the resources it needs to continue caring for our seniors – now and in the future.