CORD Asks: Does your organization need a helping hand?

Fully-funded student interns available to work up to 12 weeks

From the Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled:

Does your organization need a helping hand this summer? Why not let CORD help you fill that need.

The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled just wrapped up its skills training classes for our Summer 2017 Transitional Internship Program, otherwise known as TIP.

This popular program provides for skills training and internships at various organizations and businesses around the Cape for youths between 16-22 years old.

Here is the best part – CORD will pay the interns at above the minimum wage for up to 12 hours per week for about 8 weeks. We will also provide transportation for the interns to get to and from the job site. There is no cost or expense to you. All interns are CORI checked.

In addition to giving a local young person exposure to the workforce, we ask that employers treat the interns as if they were a regular employees and consider them for future employment if the need exists. There are no strings attached. 

For more information about the CORD internship program, please contact:

John R Lundborn, Director of Programs

Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled

106 Bassett Lane, Hyannis MA 02601  Phone 508-775-8300 

Email [email protected]


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