With just three weeks until the 2007 SEMA Show opens, time is running out to register for the 2007 SEMA Show Internship Program. The Internship Program is an excellent opportunity for participating exhibitors to observe, influence and potentially hire new talent actively pursuing a career in the specialty-equipment industry.
According to SEMA research, 25% of specialty-equipment business owners list inadequate skill of workforce as a major obstacle facing their businesses, a contributing factor in SEMA's focus on industry education programs and initiatives, including the National Education Conference, Technical Briefing Seminars and Memorial Scholarship Fund.
SEMA Show interns are students enrolled in schools or universities that specialize in automotive-related fields of study and interested in a technical or business/management position after graduation. Interns will be assigned to exhibitor companies based on their chosen area of industry interest and will gain an enormous amount of exposure and insight into the career opportunities available to them through your participation.
Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to work with future innovators and leaders in the automotive specialty-equipment market industry. If you're interested in hosting an intern during the 2007 SEMA Show, or want more information about the SEMA Show Internship Program, go to http://www.sema.org/images/pdf/07_SS_Internship_Flyer.pdf to download the registration form.
For more on SEMA's industry education programs, visit www.sema.org/education. For more insight into the challenges facing today's industry leaders, visit www.sema.org/research and download the 2007 Trends and Forecasts-Q1 Update, available exclusively to SEMA members as another membership benefit.