FIU: Education and industry leaders unite to launch Talent Development Network

FIU: Education and industry leaders unite to launch Talent Development Network

FIU: Education and industry leaders unite to launch Talent Development Network

Hoping to stop the “brain drain” that leads talented young people to leave South Florida, academic and business leaders have united to create a regional internship program that will link university, college and high school students with opportunities in high-growth industries.

FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg joined leaders of six other educational institutions and the Beacon Council, Miami’s economic development agency, to unveil the Talent Development Network (TDN), which will create 200 new paid internships over the next two years.

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