Chamber working to expand impact of Chamber Intern Connect

Stemming from a talent retention partnership between the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, more than a dozen organizations met at the Fed and agreed to work together and expand their impact on internships and talent retention in our region.  The gathering was co-hosted by the Bank and the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, and included employers, business organizations, employment specialists, and others.  To read the press release of this event, please click here.

The Chamber’s own internship program, Chamber Intern Connect, is also continuing to grow.  With about 2,500 active students registered from every university in Greater Boston, and about 250 Chamber members registered, Chamber Intern Connect is bigger and more engaged than ever.  Remain competitive with your peers, and get involved today by registering or posting your summer 2013 internships now!  The most talented students are already looking for their summer internships.  To register or post your available internship opportunities please visit or contact Emily Dahlgaard at for more information.