For more than 17 years, Bottom Line has been a solution for the company who wants to increase their community presence, identify new sources of young and diverse talent, and work with a program that is changing our community for the better. Partnering with Bottom Line on one or more of the opportunities below will benefit your company and the students we support.
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Bottom Line supports nearly 1,000 college students with majors ranging from Accounting to Biology to Civil Engineering. We partner with a diverse group of companies who hire our students as paid interns over the summer. Bottom Line charges nothing for the service of providing companies with a pipeline of young, diverse talent. Our mission is simply to help our students begin their careers by gaining meaningful work experience. Many of our Bottom Line interns end up working full-time for these same companies upon graduation. We provide a flexible program to meet your needs. If you have no internship program, we can work with your HR staff to create a program. If you have a structured internship program, we can simply provide the resumes of students who we believe would succeed in your company. We are also looking for part-time paid opportunities throughout the school year for our students.
Bottom Line holds several events throughout the year to support our growing organization and spread the word about our programs. These events are successful only because of the generosity of our corporate sponsors. With opportunities ranging from $50,000 to $1,000, every company can play a role in Bottom Line's success and reach a large, local audience as well.
We welcome in-kind donations as well as financial contributions. We hold two auctions annually, send care packages to our college students every semester, and provide snacks and gifts to students when visiting them on campus. If your company is able to support one of these activities, you can directly support the students in our program. Local companies have also offered group dinners or group sports tickets to Bottom Line so we can reward our students for their hard work. If you have an idea for something that your company can contribute, let us know.
Of course, the most valuable part of a company is the people within it. While Bottom Line has very limited volunteer opportunities, there are several areas where we rely on the generosity of volunteers.
Interested in Any of These Opportunities?
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