Aid Foundation, Inc. to seek for grants and implement the following: create a page on its website where college students can go and upload their resume for internship. So, nonprofit startup and/or small company (with less than 10 employees) who do not have the means to hire talents could go and select candidates to work for them, and Aid Foundation will be responsible for the wages. The program is 3 months paid internships but could extend to 6 months when needed.
The program will be beneficial to both students and startups. This program will help students gain practical knowledge and experience before graduation. Also, alleviate those burdens on nonprofit startups and/or small companies.
This program is open to all, priority maybe given to students from state colleges and universities.
Startups: any startups or nonprofit but preference to those with program in climate sustainability, recycling, minority, women founder, or life sciences companies.
1) Company with 1 – 10 employees will have access to the data base, and Aid Foundation will provide the stipends up to 6 months.
2) Company with 11 – 49 employees will have access to the data base, but no stipends or wages will come from Aid Foundation, Inc.
3) Company with 50 plus employees will need to subscribe or make a one-time payment of $50 to access the data base. Aid Foundation will not provide stipend. Subscription Benefits: Company will have access to the data base, Consultations (general management, nonprofit management, and diversity inclusion consultations), and recruitment of black executive or person of color. Subscription Fees: $500 per year.
Note: these thresholds mentioned above under category will not affect any company right now but will be in effect in the near future, and when that is done, it will be stated right here on this page.
Information from career seekers will be save in our date base and share with employer or company for employment purposes only. Company information will be save in our data base for our record only.