- The Emma L. Bowen Foundation offers a multi-year undergraduate internship programme focused on minority students with strong academic and leadership skills. Students usually apply before high school graduation and if accepted are part of the programme for their entire college career.
- The internship programme provides diverse youth with training resources for employment readiness – including striving for excellence, assessing corporate culture and corporate politics, group dynamics, managing up, networking, selecting mentors and maximizing their internship experience.
- The programme provides periodic group events, including annual summer conferences, awards recognizing scholarship and community service, career fairs and a formal mentoring programme.
- Students in the programme receive an hourly wage, as well as matching compensation to help pay for college tuition and expenses.
- The programme helps to build company and industry loyalty for full-time hires and provides cross training for growth, with rotations in a wide range of jobs and roles.