Shannon Rivera Shannon serves as the program manager of the Technology Internship program for Turner’s Global Technology & Operations Division. On January 24th, 2019 Shannon discussed why internships are important, how to successfully prepare for an internship, and ways to identify your x-factor (the quality you bring to the table that stands out from the rest). Back to Career Readiness Workshops Internships & The X-Factor with Full Bio Shannon Rivera Shannon serves as the program manager of the Technology Internship program for Turner’s Global Technology & Operations Division. She creates a pipeline of technical talent addressing the need for critical skills in the organization to retain the next generation of technical leaders through college, high-school (in partnership with TAG Education Collaborative), and military internship programs. Shannon is also responsible for fostering university relations, program enhancement, and brand strategy. She is based in Atlanta and holds a Master of Arts in Adult Education and Training. Innovate Intro Discover Perfection Get Started
TAG Education Collaborative is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization formed by the Technology Association of Georgia in 2002.
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