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The Nevada Career Studio is bringing Bryan Lang, the Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Trans World Health, to teach Nevada students how to interview effectively. Learn how to make a lasting impression (in all the right ways) during an interview. Don't miss this opportunity to receive career coaching directly from an employer. Students from all majors are welcome to attend the workshop.
Trans World Health is a Reno-based consulting company focused on highlighting and solving process and efficiency impediments through technology. At Trans World Health Services, Inc. (TWHS), we teach cutting-edge software development to make students valuable in the job market. Beyond working in an environment that promotes personal and professional growth, interns at TWHS also know that they are making a positive difference. Through the development of better “thinking” technology for healthcare delivery, our systems improve quality of care, decrease costs, and increase efficiency in a market that demands innovation to meet critical needs. The systems that our interns work with directly improve the lives of countless people and provide real meaning to their efforts.
We are looking for motivated students who want to learn and apply their skills to tough problems. Interns are expected to work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week at our office in South Reno. While the core hours are 9:30am - 5:30pm, we are flexible with scheduling, and there is generally an experienced employee in the office in the evenings should the interns need to attend class during the day. However, the commitment that our internships require is not compatible with a full course load.
The first TWHS 2013 internship program starts in January 2013 and lasts from three to eight months. Interns are assessed at set intervals throughout this time frame, the results of which are sent to the students' faculty advisor for review. At the end of the eight months, interns who have proven their value are eligible for consideration for continued part-time work through graduation and regular positions upon completion of their degrees.