The benefits of a next-generation internship program

Frey, Ellie
February 2010
Grand Rapids Business Journal;2/22/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p9
The article discusses the advantages of an internship program among family businesses in Michigan. The Family Business Alliance has created an internship program for family business and the next-generation of the family who are in college. The Family Business Alliance believes that the internship program will increase productivity, give management opportunities and a fresh perspective to the organization.


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