- July 17, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
If you own a small business and could use some extra hands, Boise State is offering up interns at no cost to employers.
BSU’s Bronco Corps program started in 2020 to help the local business community address challenges and disruptions during the events of the past year. After a successful pilot phase and thanks to a generous donor, Bronco Corps will continue through 2021.
A total of 15 internship opportunities will be offered to the community during the fall 2021 semester. While businesses incur zero costs for these internships, the school allows for the students to earn $12.50 per hour. Student interns can work up to 160 hours on various projects including finance and accounting assistance, marketing strategy, data analytics and reporting, business operations, and more.[Tromp: Student housing a growing challenge; Albertsons Stadium expansion plans; Boise State’s role]
Businesses that took part in Bronco Corps last year include the TRICA Preschool…