Trump’s campaign to hire more interns for ecommerce
Trump’s new campaign for eCommerce internships is recruiting new workers, and it’s aiming to hire 100,000 people for its “Insightful, Professional, Empowered” internship program.
In an effort to attract new interns, the campaign is planning to increase the number of paid internships and the number that are “flexible,” such as offering students “an opportunity to become a full-time or part-time salesperson.”
Trump has also promised to raise the salary of unpaid internships by 25% over the next two years, according to The Washington Post.
The campaign is working to “increase the number and range of available positions in the eCommerce, finance, and IT sectors.”
A new internships website will launch in March and will include a link to an online survey.
According to the website, the survey will “ask you questions about your career aspirations and aspirations for your future.”
The campaign will “offer an opportunity for you to share your career and career goals with us” in the hopes that the survey “will provide a valuable and meaningful perspective into your future career and your career path.”