Grow Your Workforce Pipeline through High School and College Interns

The Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) is a non-profit consortium of 23 regional colleges and universities.  SOCHE works closely with employers on building their next generation of workforce through intern solutions.  SOCHE helps employers connect with high school through graduate students in any occupational area desired.  In a typical year, SOCHE has hundreds of students working across the region in businesses that span all of the region’s in-demand occupational areas.  70% of interns convert to permanent employees!  It is really easy to get started.  Reach out to SOCHE at patty.buddelmeyer@soche.org and check them out on the internet (www.soche.org).  Your future workforce is currently in our educational institutions across the region…..reach out and they will help you connect!


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