MACKINAC ISLAND - Intern in Michigan was developed by the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce with support from Michigan's higher education community. It's goal: keep talented students from leaving Michigan for jobs.
The web-based program aims to match students who need real-world experience with employers looking for new talent. Michigan benefits when those students stay instead of seeking their fortunes elsewhere.
Action News talks with the director of Intern in Michigan, Britany Affolter-Caine and with Chris Ando, a former automotive worker who is redefining his future with the help of Intern in Michigan.
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