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    Large shortage of MBO internships

    With a little bit of courage and creativity, employers and education institutions can reduce the shortage of internships for ‘MBO’ (post-secondary vocational education in the Netherlands). This was written in an open letter by a group of employer representatives to Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad. They stated that organizations will be in ‘dire need’ of MBO-students after the coronavirus pandemic is over, but that currently these students struggle to find an internship. MBO studies are short of thousands of internship positions, while at the same time there are thousands of internship positions for which no intern can be found. A less strict adherence to the rules could improve the situation. Examples include allowing more interns per organization, a variable length for internship positions and the use of ex-employees who recently retired as supervisors for the interns.

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