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Program Overview

Attracting and retaining top talent in the Baton Rouge Area is one of the core objectives of BRAC’s strategic plan. The InternBR Summer Cohort, founded by BRAC in 2016, is an exciting step toward cultivating the young professional talent in the Capital Region, introducing them to all that Baton Rouge offers, and providing a network for them to launch professional careers after graduation.

InternBR also provides employer programming throughout the year including resources and workshops designed to help area employers start or expand internship programs within their companies. To find the next workshop, browse events.

Curriculum

The curriculum of the InternBR program is designed to provide area interns with professional communication and leadership skills needed to excel in their current internship and as they launch their career in Baton Rouge. The curriculum is designed to accomplish the following goals:

  • Provide student interns with professional communication and leadership training
  • Provide student interns the opportunity to network with other area interns
  • Provide student interns the opportunity to further engage with their community through philanthropic and social activities
  • Increase and further develop the talent pool for area employers

InternBR Summer 2020 Virtual Series
presented by Gallagher

To abide by social distancing guidelines, the 2020 InternBR program was conducted through a virtual platform. The eight-session virtual series included professional development lessons on effective communication, goal setting, navigating crucial conversations, translating skills on a resume, and more. The program was designed for interns and college-aged participants.

To view recordings of the program's sessions, visit BRAC’s Vimeo page.

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Maggi Spurlock

Director of Talent Development

Sponsored by:

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