The June 15th Signature Breakfast will feature Guest Speaker Kevin Quinn, newly appointed Acting Administrator of the MTA. As it is also our Transportation Celebration meeting, we will be highlighting seven incredible transportation sponsors. Read a little about them here, before meeting them at the Breakfast!

 

On Friday, March 24th, the BWI Business Partnership Offices were relocated to 1306 Concourse Drive, Suite 215, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090.  All telephone/fax numbers and email addresses remain the same.

"The move, while just a couple of buildings over from the one we occupied for 9 years, went seamlessly," states executive director, Greg Pecoraro.  "We look forward to showing off our new office sometime in the near future."

 

Partnership staff, board members, members, and sponsors joined together to create this fun promo video for our Annual Meeting.

WATCH BELOW:

Annual Meeting

WHEN: May 31st, 2017

TIME: 4:00pm

WHERE: Observation Gallery, BWI Marshall Airport

 

Internships are not just for college students anymore.  Professionals in businesses and organizations across the region are participating in high school internship programs as mentors during the summer months as well as throughout the school year.  In Anne Arundel County Public Schools ninety-eight percent (98%) of the business mentors can't wait to get their next high school intern.

High school interns have a lot to offer their internship sites.  Today's students experience much more than the traditional high school curriculum and are highly-qualified to contribute in meaningful ways to the internships they pursue.  Don't let the perceived lack of experience deter you from considering a high school intern.  High school students have significant skill-sets as well as workplace professional and social skills.  High school magnet programs such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), Biomedical and Allied Health, Performing and Visual Arts, and Signature programs prepare students to come to their internships with a wide variety of experience and a passion for learning.

Whether you need to complete a highly specialized project or need assistance in completing every day tasks, there is a high school intern to fit your needs.  For example, many employers might need a tech-savvy student to help them with their social media presence, perform market research or much more.

In Anne Arundel County Public Schools, our online internship portal -- www.aacpsstudentinernships.org -- and team of internship facilitators will make selecting and managing an intern a rewarding experience for you and your business.

To learn more about this awesome program, contact Tammy Diedrich at tdiedrich@aacps.org or 410.266.3185.