“When someone goes into music, they have a different set of values and perspectives than someone with an engineering degree or a political science degree,” Reed says. “ConAgra likes that diversity. They like that you’ve got people with very different orientations coming in and they feel it adds energy and perspective to the work force.”
Jim Bretl, the director of Creighton’s career center, says that ConAgra’s leaders understand that “it’s not just about getting programmers, it’s about getting smart kids who are going to learn.” —ConAgra recruits nontraditional students for IT internship | Inside Higher Ed.
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