As all signs point to increasing difficulties in finding the qualified scientific talent you’ll need, you can invest in the future of your workforce through scientific interns.
Kelly identified the need to develop students into more competitive candidates in the workforce. We founded the Future Scientists Program (FSP) in 2000 as a result, steadily building a strong base of talented science students who have the potential to make a positive impact on the industry. Our internship program is ultimately an opportunity for bright students and top companies to connect, and its success has been astounding.
We’ve placed thousands of interns in companies like yours—in disciplines that include pharmaceutical, biotech, device, petrochemical, agriculture, environmental science, clinical research, and more.
Successful science students need the right combination of academic and real-world experience to enhance their skills. After all, the knowledge they gain today is the foundation for tomorrow’s scientific advancements. Through the FSP, internships become more than contract assignments: they become mutual learning processes. Our internships allow students to shape their choices for academic coursework and career direction—and help your organization feed the pipeline of experienced professionals for critical, hard-to-fill roles.
The team at Kelly can help you launch your scientific intern program, or we can assume the administrative aspects of your existing program, through:
Annually, Kelly awards five scholarships to interns/fellows. Interns are invited to submit a written synopsis on how the company they are interning with is impacting the world of science, how the internship contributes to that impact, and finally, what the internship means to them. The write-ups are then evaluated and recognized based on their depth of knowledge, awareness of the scientific community, creativity, composition, and originality.
Companies of all sizes have participated in and benefited from the Future Scientists Program. Could this be the year you give back to your community and document your social responsibility—while helping to build the next generation of scientific talent?
For more information on our Future Scientists Program, visit futurescientists.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
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