If you are just starting out, the MSCCN Human Resources Internship may be for you.
Why a Career in Human Resources?
Do you know where you can find human resources careers? Practically everywhere. Every industry requires HR professionals. Most local economies include a variety of human resources positions—from specialists who process information to hiring managers, recruiters, and trainers. National offices, regional offices, and local offices abound. No matter where you are, there’s a good chance you can find positions in HR.
While Human Resources is a profession known for its portability, it is also an occupation that can offer telework. Phone screenings and interviews can be completed remotely, and some companies are actively looking to hire remote Human Resources professionals.
The industry as a whole grants professionals career progression. While you may begin as a Human Resources assistant, you can move to managerial and directorial positions with the right experience level and education.
The Department of Labor also forecasts an increased need for Human Resources professionals through 2026.
So… what are you waiting for?
Portable. Remote. Career Progression. Industry Growth.
If you are interested in learning more about HR, gaining some hands-on experience, and completing some college coursework, then the MSCCN Human Resources Internship is a great opportunity for you.
The MSCCN Human Resources Internship, which is funded through support from USAA, provides:
- Hands-on Experience working with Job Seekers and Recruiters
- Industry knowledge
- Mentoring from an HR Professional
- Three college credits in HR
- Training in HR technologies
Best of all, this internship is completely remote. You can complete it from almost anywhere.
Does this sound like the opportunity for you?
Visit www.msccn.org/career-corps-hr-internship.html to learn more.