Wis. internship program matches startups with students

03/20/2013 | American City Business Journals

A new program called Startup Milwaukee allows college students to fill out one application that is then distributed among the city's tech startups. The startups will offer students internships based on skills and interests in fields such as Web development, mobile development, design and marketing. Matt Cordio, co-founder of Startup Milwaukee and co-founder and CEO of Skills Pipeline, says the program should alert students to the tech career opportunities in the region.

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