Path Forward Return-to-Work Marketing Internships

U.S.A., San Francisco
Path Forward Return-To-Work Internships – Path Forward Return-To-Work Internship
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Path Forward Return-to-Work Marketing Internship at Udemy
The Path Forward Return to Work program at Udemy is a 16- week paid internship for experienced professionals returning to the workforce after taking time off for caregiving. The program is open to women and men who have at least 5 years of professional experience and have been out of the paid workforce for at least two years to focus on caring for a child or other dependent. If you meet these criteria, we welcome you to apply.

At Udemy, we are excited to be part of the Path Forward program because we appreciate the skills you can offer, the perspective you provide, and the contributions you will make. This program offers you a chance to revamp your skills, update your resume with new experience, and make connections with other women and men transitioning back to the workforce. It also offers support through Path Forward, a nonprofit organization on a mission to empower people who’ve been focused on caregiving transition back to the paid workforce.

Marketing Job Openings for Path Forward Participants
Along with the internship, the following job opening is also open to Path Forward participants. If you are interested, please click on the customized link to apply:
- Consumer Marketing Manager

About Path Forward:
Path Forward is a nonprofit organization on a mission to empower people to restart their careers after time spent focused on caregiving. Through mid-career internship opportunities with partner organizations, caregivers who want to return to the workforce after pausing their career are given the opportunity to forge a path forward. www.pathforward.org

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