kickstart your talent pipeline

Build a Competitive Internship Program is bridging the talent and diversity gaps, activating and developing untapped talent and improving Economic mobility in Miami-Dade County. Our registered intern program is a great way to learn how to develop an internship system that will attract and develop the best talent for your business.

For Potential Interns

Internships are a great way to jumpstart a successful career

Whether you are a recent high school graduate or are looking to switch careers, a registered Internship program may be just what you need to break into an industry, build your network, and get the experience you need to succeed.

What is an Internship?

Internships are a great way for untrained talent to get the initial experience they need to break into a company or career field. For companies, an internship program can be a low cost method to test and recruit untapped talent.


Paid or Unpaid

Internships are about Experience

While many internships have started to pay a competitive wage, most internships still remain unpaid. While not ideal, short-term internships still remain an amazing way to build your network and get some experience before moving up into better paid, higher skill training opportunities.



Gain knowledge from on-the-job learning, build your professional network, and benefit from job-related classroom training.


Resume and Referrals

An internship is one of the best ways to build your resume and professional network when you have few experiences or connections in a field.

What makes them different?

Internship VS Apprenticeship

Registered apprenticeships and internships both give you entry-level experience in a career; however, they work in different ways. Registered apprenticeship pay you to learn a skill in the work environment. Interships give you the chance to learn before you earn.


Learn Before You Earn


Earn While You Learn

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