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INDA Intern Posting Program attracts over 100 participants
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Mar '08
Nonwovens companies now have a valuable resource for identifying and recruiting interns, as more than 100 students from all over the United States have posted their resumes and background information as part of the new online Intern Program sponsored by INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry.

Just unveiled in January with the goal of identifying, recruiting and training the next generation of nonwovens industry professionals, the online Intern Program is bringing together nonwovens companies and young students and professionals considering the industry as a career. Currently, more than 120 interns have participated in the program.

The Intern Program's goal is to help companies find qualified interns and employees where they are most comfortable - on the Internet - through the INDA Website at www.inda.org.

“Companies are looking for new talent and students are looking for opportunities to further their educations and this online Intern Program facilitates the two sides coming together,” says Rory Holmes, president of INDA. Holmes points out that in a recent survey of INDA members, more than 50% of top management at nonwovens companies indicated that finding qualified employees was extremely difficult.

Holmes also strongly urges companies to post their internship openings on the website to attract students interested in being a part of their companies. “The online Intern Program provides our member companies a chance to reach out and recruit qualified and highly motivated students to fill their own intern positions,” Holmes points out. The postings are available at no charge to INDA member companies.

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