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Sarah Langdon (center) with Ann Brown, COO of Microburst Learning, and Cocky.
Sarah Langdon (center) with Ann Brown, COO of Microburst Learning, and Cocky.

Continued: CIP

Halasz said the CIP was a win-win for students and employers. Funded through a one-year federal stimulus grant of $125,000, the 2010 program ensured that undergraduate and graduate students would earn at least $10 per hour and that employers were reimbursed up to half the cost of the internship. Funding for the 2011 program also will be through a one-year federal stimulus grant.

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Community Internship Program

  • What: Opportunity for students to gain job experience and cash while helping out local businesses
  • Who: Sarah Langdon, senior majoring in visual communications, named Outstanding CIP Student; Pure Fishing named Outstanding CIP Employer

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