Are you part of a digital technology company headquartered in Massachusetts with less than 100 employees? If you answered yes to all of these questions, then your company is eligible for funding from the MassTech Intern Partnership, a statewide initiative supported by the Baker-Polito Administration and the Massachusetts Legislature, that provides stipends for directly to support Massachusetts college and graduate students.
How it works:
“Companies can be reimbursed for up to 50% of the intern’s hourly wage up to $8 per hour for a total of $3,200/year per individual intern. Eligible Companies may apply for up to 2 interns per program period. This year, eligible companies in the priority focus areas of Cybersecurity, Digital Health and Internet of Things (IoT)/Robotics, may apply for up to 3 interns per program period. All interns must be compensated as employees, not contractors, with required payroll withholdings.”
For more information about this great opportunity, including how and when to apply, check out the official one-pager, here: MassTech Intern Partnership One Pager