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SBE Launches SBE Internships Online
Indianapolis - May 29, 2008 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers has created the SBE Internships Online. Similar in concept to the SBE Jobs Online where employers can post job openings and members can search for jobs or post their own resumes, SBE Internships Online uses the same model but is for student internships only. In keeping with its commitment to education and recruitment of engineering talent, SBE Internships Online offers the opportunity for students interested in broadcast engineering to search for summer internships that will give them real-world experience in the field of broadcast engineering.
Companies seeking interns are encouraged to use the SBE Internships Online to let students know of the opportunities they have available. The Society of Broadcast Engineers is also reaching out to its partner colleges and student chapters to raise the awareness of the website.
To place or view internship opportunities on the SBE Internships Online site, go to www.sbe.org/career_jobsonline_intern.php. Anyone can post an internship, and anyone can view listings. Membership in the SBE is not required.
The site has just been launched, and the SBE wants companies to provide internship info to post.
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