Distance Learning Begins March 30-May 4

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Nota: No se recogerán comidas el 3 y el 10 de abril. Se distribuirán dos comidas a cualquier persona menor de 18 años el 2 y el 9 de abril.

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Project SEARCH

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2019-2020 Project SEARCH Interns

Project SEARCH is dedicated to providing education and training to young adults with disabilities through an innovative workforce and career development model that benefits the individual, workplace, and community. The program’s primary goal is to secure competitive employment outcomes for each of its student graduates. 

Medtronic Project SEARCH Information Session

Think you have what it takes to be a Project SEARCH Intern in the medical device industry?  As the first company in Minnesota to launch Project SEARCH in 2009, Medtronic has provided a unique opportunity for Project SEARCH students to contribute to the company’s mission of “Alleviating pain, restoring health, and extending life.” Come experience firsthand what skills and knowledge Medtronic Project SEARCH interns have learned through a simulated work environment. This information session is for any attendee interested in learning more about what makes the Medtronic program successful, what skills are learned throughout an internship and how they translate to the real-world setting, as well as for anyone up for experiencing the work Medtronic Project SEARCH interns complete during one of their intern rotations. We look forward to meeting you!

 Imagine an internship where you can improve the lives of people every second! 

Internship applications are due March 4, 2020. Contact Karen Aalund at 763.505.0677 or by email, karen.aalund@medtronic.com.