The Internship Network Business Workshop

Category: STEM & Career Connected Learning
October 18, 2023
4:00 PM -
6:00 PM

Are you looking to build relationships with future employees and make the economy in Spokane more vibrant?
Do you want to start having internships but aren't sure how?

Join us on the next step of the journey as we learn some best practices from:

  • Keith Davis Market Intelligence Research Manager at Washington Small Business Development Center

  • Romeal Watson Associate Director for Employer Relations at Eastern Washington University

  • Kristie Holzer SHRM-CP. M.A. Sr. Talent HR Manager at Numerica Credit Union

Come listen to best practices, network with business folks at all stages of their internship program, and leave with the next steps to create your own.

PS. If you are great at internships, we want you there too. It would be great to share your successes with others during the networking hour.

Registration fee includes one drink ticket.

Kristie Holzer
As an experienced HR leader in the banking industry, Kristie is a Sr. Talent HR Manager at Numerica Credit Union with a talent for recruitment, retention and employee relations. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration focused on Human Resource Management from Eastern Washington University and a Masters focused on Organizational Development from Gonzaga University.

Romeal Watson
Since 2010, Romeal Watson has been the internship coordinator for the EWU Career Center. In 2005, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from EWU, as well as his Master’s degrees in both Social Work (2007) and Public Administration (2009). He was a very involved Eagle, founding the EWU Boxing Club in 2002, in addition to being very active in diversity initiatives and student leadership. 

Keith Davis
Keith works for the Washington Small Business Development Center as the Market Intelligence Research Manager. During his eight years, he has worked in many capacities to assist local community businesses. Keith now manages a team of Interns that conduct business research on both foreign and domestic markets.  The team comprises of students from three universities and 8-20 interns.




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