Indian Hills Community College and Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. have announced the second group of students who will participate in the Cambridge Internship and Employment Program. The program guarantees an internship with Cambridge Investment Research and includes a $4800 scholarship for each recipient.
The students who were selected for this program are Colton Sheldon, a graduate of Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont High School, Luis Lozano, a graduate of Ottumwa High School, and Adam Ziv, who completed his GED online after coming to the United States from Israel. This partnership aims to provide Indian Hills Computer Software Development students with a fast track to quality employment while offering Cambridge a direct way to recruit talented and well-qualified candidates.
“We are so excited to have Cambridge partner with our students to provide this amazing opportunity!” said Indian Hills Professor of Computer Software Development Susan Wilson. “This program allows our students to gain employment with a starting salary equivalent to students with a Bachelor’s degree, but in less time and with little or no debt.”
The program is open to prospective Computer Software Development students and is currently accepting applications for students enrolling in Fall 2024. To apply for the program, visit www.indianhills.edu/cambridge.