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Aug 21, 2014 3:08 PM by Monica Garcia

Interns getting paid to learn with OneStop

TUCSON- Whether you're looking for work or changing career, the Pima County One-Stop System connects job seekers to local companies. But these aren't just any positions; they are careers for people who otherwise may not have had that chance.

According Jeremy Schalk, Vice President of Hi-Tech Machining and Engineering in Tucson, training these interns is a future investment.

"So we're investing in these young folks by training them on the job so they can grow their skills faster and let them be where they need to be by the time our current folks are ready to retire."

Interns start off making $8.50 per hour and can work around their school schedules.

For information on how to sign up for one of the programs under OneStop click here.

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