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Release date- 19082014 -
For many students and retirees, though, it's only the beginning of new relationships aimed at helping students develop the teamwork and leadership skills to continue their success.
'Last year, we were very focused on the task, getting the job done,' said GM retiree Deborah Eastern-Hall of
One hundred and six paid high school interns representing 12 schools, including the seven schools GM supports through the United Way Network of
They also took part in weekly life skills training sessions, toured GM facilities and businesses, explored career opportunities and spent a day at
'Programs such as this show how we can give back to our communities while empowering our young people to succeed in the future,' he said. 'It's a summer internship with lifelong benefits for all.'
Of the 2013
DiGiovanni, who with retired GM executive
'As a university located in the city of
'We're here to get the best out of students and we love watching them grow,' said GM retiree
'It's not just the program - the retirees stay in touch with us,' said Brooks. 'We have lots of deep conversations about what's going on in our lives.'
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