Intern Panel at makeshift society

by Sarah March 25, 2013

I’m headed to San Francisco this week to sit on a panel at Makeshift Society in Hayes Valley. I have been a supporting member of Makeshift since its inception last summer and I am excited to go and finally see the space in person.

If you are already a member come on by and sit in on the panel:

Panelists:

Sarah Stevenson – An Interior Designer with experience managing interns

Laura Monfredini – Employment Lawyer with Advice on Interns

Jennifer Patrick – Created and Managed An Intern Design Program

Ashley Mosley – Of InternMatch.com

Nicole Delger (Moderator) – Brand Strategist, currently managing a “virtual intern” and has experience managing from her days working in advertising.

Topic: Interns: Amazing? Time suck? The greatest thing since yoga pants? Worth it? Where to find them? How to manage? And are they really worth it?

Date and Time: Wednesday, March 27 – 6-8pm

Place: Makeshift Society: 235 Gough Street, San Francisco

 

 

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