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The economy is a virtual playground filled with young entrepreneurs and technical wizards jumping into leadership and influential positions immediately after (even during) college. To compete in this intense recruiting market, employers are cultivating talent through internships and co-op programs - which have re-emerged as one of the most effective short- and long- term recruiting tools. But with higher risk and bigger gains at stake, the investment and skills required to develop and manage internship and co-op programs have grown exponentially. While more than 50 percent of employers offer internship programs, only a handful have successfully transformed interns into employees, learning experiences into on-the-job training, and academics into production. + read more