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Internships - How to Provide Successfully

Interns and internships have been in the news a lot lately! This panel is intended for individuals and businesses who want to offer internships to demonstrate how they can be done legally and benefit the interns as well as your projects.

Panelists include Trina Fairley Barlow, a partner at Crowell & Moring who specializes in employment law; Julia Beyer, Career Advisor at the School of Communications, American University; Nina Gilden Seavey, independent filmmaker and director of The Documentary Center at The George Washington University; and Rosemary Reed, President, Double R Productions.

Members $15

Non-Members $30

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