MBI’s 2016 accomplishments

The Steering Committee for the Monterey Bay Internships (MBI) website is pleased to announce the accomplishments made in 2016. Usage and adoption trends show that momentum for the website is growing. This is welcome news for the consortium responsible for the creation of MBI, whose long-term goals are to increase work experience for students, ease

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Success Story: Scott Brenner

MBI Spotlight Interview As more and more students connect with local employers using Monterey Bay Internships (MBI), we will bring the success stories to life through interviews. Name: Scott Brenner From: El Cerrito, CA (currently Santa Cruz, CA) School:  UC Santa Cruz Major: Computer Science (B.S.) Hobby:  Attending concerts/shows If you’re a student, what’s your

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Success Story: Gina

MBI Spotlight Interview As more and more students connect with local employers using Monterey Bay Internships (MBI), we will bring the success stories to life through interviews. Name: Gina Archuleta From: Sacramento, CA School:  California State University, Monterey Bay Major:  Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing Hobby:  Hiking If you’re a student, what’s your

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Monterey Bay Internships Officially Launches

SOURCE: http://www.santacruztechbeat.com/2016/07/27/monterey-bay-internships-officially-launches/ The Monterey Bay Internships (MBI) consortium is pleased to announce two MBI official launch events. The first event is on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, and the second event is on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 at the UC MBEST

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College Students: You Simply Must Do an Internship

SOURCE: https://www.livecareer.com/quintessential/internship-importance As both an educator and a partner in Quintessential Careers, I get very frustrated when college students graduate and then tell me that they can’t get a job because employers disdain their lack of experience. We try to impress on students how phenomenally important it is that they complete at least one internship,

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Success Story: Clarissa

As more and more students connect with local employers using Monterey Bay Internships (MBI), we will bring the success stories to life through interviews. Clarissa Infante is a Watsonville native who recently landed a position with the Digital NEST in Watsonville.  She is a fourth year Psychology student at Grand Canyon University in Arizona.  In

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Success Story: Katerina

Finding the perfect internship can be a difficult task.  Katerina Schreck, a Legal Studies and Politics double-major student at UC Santa Cruz (UCSC), would have agreed with that statement one month ago.  That was before she happened upon a new, free to use, regional internship website called Monterey Bay Internships (MBI).

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Monterey Bay internship portal aims for January launch

The new Monterey Bay internship portal is being created by Iversen Design of Santa Cruz. (Contributed) By Jondi Gumz, Santa Cruz Sentinel POSTED: 10/24/15, 1:44 PM PDT | UPDATED: ON 10/24/2015 APTOS >> UC Santa Cruz gives its 17,000 students seeking local internships access to theSlugQuest website. Or they can search three other campus websites

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Local Internship Portal Countdown to Launch!

OCTOBER 23, 2015 – LOCAL PARTNERSHIP BRINGS PHILANTHROPY, BUSINESS AND EDUCATION TOGETHER TO DEVELOP WEBSITE FOR BUSINESS-STUDENT INTERNSHIPS. A partnership of local philanthropy, business and education interests, after working together for months, are nearing the launch date of the Monterey Bay Internship Portal. Connecting local businesses with college-age students interested in filling internships (both paid

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New Regional Internship Portal Announced: “The Internship is the New Interview”

By Sara Isenberg Founder, Publisher, Editor-in-Chief, Santa Cruz Tech Beat (Photo above: Lance Linares,  CEO of Community Foundation Santa Cruz County, gives an overview of the new Monterey Bay Internship Portal. Left to right: Linares; Dr. Laurel Jones, President of Cabrillo College; Casey Beyer, Executive Director of Santa Cruz County Business Council; Bud Colligan, Co-chair

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