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A time for interns

Internships can be a nightmare for both employer and intern. But locals say open communication and a little time can make internships a dream situation for all.

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Pat Patrick

Pat Patrick, President and Chief Executive Officer, Lodi District Chamber of Commerce

“Many of these (strategies) won’t be done by (2020), but we can hope to accomplish some and get started on most of them. But we have to work together as a community and design our future now, rather than let things just happen by happenstance.”

Posted: Friday, May 20, 2011 8:45 am

Before Tracy Lopez started her internship at the WorkNet Center in Lodi, she wasn’t sure what career field she was interested in. 

“When I came here, I didn’t know what this was,” she said. “It was the luck of the draw.”

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