Students and Businesses Come Out in Force
"The Fair provides a venue for Long Island businesses to express their corporate citizenship, while providing short-term workforce solutions that creates long-term relationships," said Cheryl Davidson, Executive Director of the Long Island Works Coalition. "It also gives students an opportunity to learn about the skills and education needed for various careers in a hands-on environment. It's a win-win situation."
The Long Island Works Coalition began hosting the Internship/Industry Connection Fair in January 2001 to provide a forum for students to connect to Long Island companies. For more information, contact the Long Island Works Coalition at 631.843.4010 or visit them online at www.liworks.org.