Tyson Foods, United Way of NWA, and United Way of Fort Smith are all partnering for the third year to help full-time college students score paid summer internships at nonprofits.
The program is an eight-week, paid internship where students will be able to attend 90-minute educational sessions to build business-related skills like leadership, professionalism, critical thinking, collaboration, and interpersonal communication.
“We recognize that nonprofits are essential to our communities. We’re proud to partner with the United Way for a third year to give college students the chance to give back to their community and gain valuable job experience related to their field of study,” said Garrett Dolan at Tyson Foods. Talk Business & Politics
Know a student who's got what it takes? Applications for Northwest Arkansas are being accepted through April 16, and applications for Fort Smith are being accepted through March 31.