The COVID-19 pandemic has left very little unchanged, and internships are no exception. Many companies continue to evaluate the situation and make decisions about the future of internship programs. It’s more important than ever for students and especially those graduating seniors, to connect with professionals and invest in relationship-building (even if its through a virtual meeting)!
Indyfluence is designed to showcase Indianapolis and all it has to offer. Built specifically for college-aged students,this program focuses on the Indy community, networking opportunities, philanthropic involvement, and more. This year, Indyfluence expanded to include open spots for college-aged residents who may not have an internship due to COVID-19 disruptions.
Indy leaders share more about the Indyfluence experience and information on how to land an internship in the midst of a global pandemic.
Nicole Halper – Director of Creative Strategy, INNOVATIVE
Blake Johnson – President of IndyHub and the IndyHub Foundation
Karin Sarratt – Executive VP, OneAmerica
Bridget Boyle – Head of People and Culture, Roche Diagnostics USA
Ciara Johnson – Diversity and Inclusion Intern for Roche Diagnostics, Roche Diagnostics USA
Amy Green -Senior Director – Global Recruiting and Staffing, Eli Lilly and Company
Liz Huldin of Catalytic Talent and the Indy Chamber moderates.