SAN JUAN – If you are between 18 to 29 years old and study at an accredited university, you could participate in the Business Internship of the United Retailers Center (CUD), in partnership with the Department of Economic Development and Commerce (DDEC), through its Development Program of the Youth (PDJ), as announced on Friday, the secretary of the DDEC, Manuel Laboy Rivera and the president of the CUD, Jesús Vázquez.
“This is an excellent opportunity for young people to gain experience in a real work environment, while receiving financial compensation. At DDEC, we are committed to supporting initiatives that offer tools for the professional and business development of our youth. For this initiative, the DDEC Youth Development Program invested $ 100,000 and students who must complete an 80-hour shift in a month may receive compensation of up to $ 1,000 for the time they are in the boarding school. The student will be able to choose at least three places in employers that the CUD identified to carry out the internship ”, Laboy Rivera indicated in written communication.
In addition to meeting the age requirement and pursuing a university degree, those interested must complete from today until November 9, the enrollment application available at http://bit.ly/InternadoCUD and send it along with your updated resume. The interview process will take place between November 10-12. The selection notification will be sent out on November 13th and the internship will begin on November 16 through December 15th.
For his part, the President of the United Center for Retailers stressed that, “at CUD we are highly committed to educating entrepreneurs. This initiative is an excellent internship experience for students in Puerto Rican companies. Those selected will not only be able to have an experience that will serve them in the future within a small and medium merchant, but they will also receive remuneration for the work performed. Students will have the opportunity to practice in various industries and thus maximize their knowledge ”.
Meanwhile, the director of the Youth Development Program, Roberto Carlos Pagán Santiago, stated that “the DDEC and the United Retailers Center have made multiple alliances since 2017 to implement initiatives that facilitate young people to undertake or obtain the necessary opportunities that they will help them to insert themselves in the economic development of Puerto Rico ”.
For more information you can write to: [email protected].