Connecticut employers who use student interns on tech trouble-shooting projects can qualify for up to $25,000 in project grants from the state's technology investment arm, authorities say.
Connecticut Innovations Nnc. announced Wednesday its Technology Talent Bridge Program aimed to give college students hands-on experience with technology.
Student interns must be engaged in problem-solving projects that can be completed in six to months, CI said.
CI CEO Claire Leonardi said the initiative fits with the governor's state goal of growing Connecticut's technology sector.
For information, visit www.ctinnovations.com.