This educational event includes four panelists:
- Jeff Love, President of Baker College-Employer & Employee Benefits
- Sharon Miller, Vice Chancellor of External Affairs at Oakland Community College-Securing an Intern
- Mohan Tanniru, Dean of the School of Business and Administration at Oakland University-Managing an Intern
- William Pilchak, Employment Attorney at Pilchak, Cohen and Tice PC-What Employers Need to Know
“Talent Townhall brings subject experts together to discuss best practices, focusing on what both employers and interns can gain from an internship experience,” said Denise Asker, Executive Director of the Auburn Hills Chamber.
Talent Townhall was created from the input of our business and educational institutions, and will promote discourse among executives, human resource professionals and talent partners. The event is open to the public and includes a catered lunch. Registration is required and can be accessed, through www.auburnhillschamber.com. Tickets are $32 for chamber members and $40 for non-chamber members. The event is presented by Oakland University and sponsors include Corp!, Snelling Staffing Services, Baker College and Oakland Community College.
The Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce is where business, educational, cultural and civic leaders collaborate to create a world-class business community. The Chamber represents more than 250 organizations and offers a number of relationship-driven events including an annual golf outing, the Taste of Auburn Hills, member receptions, educational luncheons and networking programs. The Chamber works closely with the City of Auburn Hills and Oakland County to create the best possible environment for the business community. Learn more at www.auburnhillschamber.com.