What did your first internship mean to you? For MMAC Vice President of Community Affairs Corry Joe Biddle, it was life-changing.

To make sure the next generation of the Milwaukee Region’s workforce gets to experience this feeling for themselves, MMAC has partnered with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to provide paid internships to students from diverse backgrounds through a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.

Our goal is to inspire more of our students to stay in Milwaukee, put down roots and grow their careers here.

UWM to place 100 students in paid internships to help Wisconsin build diverse workforce

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