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The Dallas Mayor’s Intern Fellows Program has been put on hold pending program changes from Mayor Eric Johnson. Program changes coming soon.
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At Accenture, we believe that internships, particularly at the local level, are critical to igniting a spark of interest in technology fields and ultimately building a pipeline to help address the skills gap in the U.S. That’s why we’ve teamed with the Mayor’s office to develop future business leaders and technologists here in Dallas. We’ve been blown away by the enthusiasm of both interns we hosted, as well as the hundreds of participants who accessed the program’s training resources to prepare themselves for success as summer interns at their companies. We look forward to continuing the partnership and increasing our impact on the future workforce for years to come.
Jorge A. Corral
Dallas Office Managing Director
Axxess is delighted to participate in the Mayor’s Intern Fellow Program. The students we hosted this year and in past summers consistently exhibit professionalism and dedication beyond their years. They learn business processes and create innovative solutions for real-world business challenges. Additionally, the relationships we develop with them deepen over time, even as they attend college. When they bring those new skills and strengths back to Axxess, they help us grow. We are enthusiastic about continuing this partnership as we help develop the leaders of tomorrow.
Vice President of Talent Management
BURNS & MCDONNELL
Through the Mayor’s Intern Fellows Program, Burns & McDonnell lives out its passion to provide good-paying jobs in our community and demonstrate our commitment to developing STEM professionals for the future. Whether working alongside a 3D traffic modeler or a civil engineer designing a new transportation system, these high school students gain real-world experiences using cutting-edge technologies and applications – some still in development. This year, we will participate in the program for the fifth time. I’m always amazed to witness the students’ hardworking demeanor, eagerness to learn and unique perspectives they showcase each day throughout the eight-week program. I’m looking forward to the day when I see these same students in our halls, creating innovative solutions that make our world a better place.
Tony Kimmey, PE
Texas Transportation Global Practice Manager
Burns & McDonnell
Over the last eight years, we have welcomed 40 interns to train alongside our employees. Every year, all of us at Ambit Energy are impressed by the hard work, energy and fresh perspectives the students from the Dallas Mayor’s Intern Fellows Program bring to our office. Our interns learn about and contribute to every aspect of our company, including marketing, finance and IT. It’s not just an investment in these students; it’s an investment in our company, our city and our future. We’re grateful to participate in this program.
Jere Thompson, Jr.
Chief Executive Officer
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