CAREGIVER INC. LAUNCHES COLLEGE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Caregiver Inc., a Fort Worth-based provider of services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has created a competitive college internship program for the next generation of servant leaders in its Fort Worth headquarters support center, the company said in a news release

The interns are now completing their summer with the organization of over 3,500 employees in four states.

Chief Human Resources Officer Dau Tucker and her team led program design, curriculum development and recruitment. From more than 50 applicants, her team conducted 35 interviews and ultimately hired six.

“As the next generation of talented and compassionate students graduate and enter the workforce, we want them to think of Caregiver first as an employer of choice,” Tucker said. “We offered challenging and meaningful work for people who want their careers to align with a mission driven organization that serves an important and vulnerable population of individuals in our communities.”

Universities represented in the 2019 intern class were Baylor University, Texas A&M, Texas Christian University, Texas Wesleyan University, Texas Woman’s University and the University of Texas at Arlington.

For students seeking a corporate office where the focus is on professional skills development and servant leadership, Caregiver offers an enjoyable, supportive environment, the company said.

For future internship opportunities, contact Tiffany Burns, Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant, (386) 383-6390 or Tiffany.Burns@cg-idd.com.

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