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Group Links Interns & Future Document Professionals With Companies

Thursday, June 27, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

TORRANCE, Calif.--June 26, 2002-- The Electronic Document Systems Foundation (EDSF), the non-profit organization dedicated to document communication, announced today the formation of an EDSF Internship Consortium aimed at bringing together future professionals in the document systems, digital printing, publishing and the graphic media industry. The founding sponsors of the EDSF Internship Consortium are DST Output, IKON Office Solutions, IBM Printing Systems, and Heidelberg Digital LLC. Jeanne Mowlds, Executive Director, commented, "The EDSF Internship Consortium (www.EDSFIntern.org) creates a link between students, corporations and universities by offering opportunities for both students and companies. We have established this program to provide students with a way to move into professional careers within the industry and in providing employers with a talented and educated workforce." Mowlds went on to say that the EDSF Internship Consortium provides access to a broad range of new talent that satisfies critical needs in information technology, Web development, prepress, digital printing, document workflow, content management, graphic design, multi-media, computer science, marketing, science and engineering. Students or companies wanting to know more information about the EDSF Internship Consortium should visit the website at www.EDSFIntern.org or contact the Electronic Document Systems Foundation at +1 310-541-1481. The Electronic Document Systems Foundation (EDSF) is dedicated to enhance the value and relevance of document communication worldwide. EDSF's goal is to be a catalyst for education and research initiatives; and, to bring the document communication industry together to help resolve issues that impact society.

 

 

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