By Martha Stoddard, WORLD-HERALD BUREAU
LINCOLN — The plant manager at Sun Tech Industries of Ravenna, Neb., wasn’t around to answer the phone Monday.
He was busy meeting with potential new customers for his custom injection molding business — customers targeted through the work of the company’s first-ever interns.
Sun Tech was able to hire two interns, both seniors at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, because of a new state program.
The program provides state funds to support paid internships in Nebraska businesses for upper-level college students. [… Read the full story at Omaha.com]