Thursday, August 27 | Netsmart Life

Sharing Reflections As We Say Farewell to Our First Group of Virtual FUTURES

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As we continue to navigate the uncertainty 2020 brings, we’re grateful we had the opportunity to spend the summer with 39 Netsmart FUTURES. While the experience differed from years past, it still offered each student the opportunity to join meaningful projects, gain real world experience and apply the knowledge they’ve learned in the classroom.

Preparing students for the next step in their careers is just one of the many positive outcomes of this program. Watch the video below, as eight 2020 FUTURES share about their six weeks with Netsmart during the first ever virtual internship program

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