Internships increasingly help jump-start careers
DeKALB – DurRay Torres-Sanchez knows the value of an internship.
It was 1994 when Torres-Sanchez walked into work at Kishwaukee Community Hospital as a sophomore at Kishwaukee College with a dream and a passion to become a registered nurse, but no background in the medical field.
Nineteen years later, Torres-Sanchez is still at the hospital thanks to the impression she made through the internship experience. She’s climbed the administrative ranks to manager of clinical education and simulation, where she helps today’s students pursue their dreams.
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