New program can find you an intern or an internship

intern michiganThe Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Intern In Michigan, a free internship resource that connects businesses and organizations with qualified student interns, based on skills and interests. In less than one year, more than 17,000 internship seekers and more than 1,200 companies from across Michigan have registered on Intern in Michigan. Visit to learn more about the system and register to find an intern or an internship. This groundbreaking new system instantly connects students and employers through a unique online matching system. Saving time and headaches, Intern in Michigan makes connections based on specific job requirements and the individual interests and skills of the candidates. Register with the new Intern in Michigan and get instant internship matches based on your individual needs. It's free to post internships and it's free to apply for opportunities. Video.

Registration opens for Boyne Chamber's April 25 Business Expo and Taste of Boyne

Registration is now open for the Boyne Chamber's Fifth Annual Business Expo and Taste of Boyne, presented by Northwestern Bank. The Expo will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 25, at the former Carter's store. Past expos have been one of Northern Michigan's largest business networking events, as 1,300 people came to see 95 local exhibitors, including a dozen Taste of Boyne food booths. Register for a booth online via PayPal or click here for an exhibitor registration form to print and mail. Admission to the event is $5, and exhibitors receive extra admission passes for their employees, friends and clients. This exciting expo will again include great food, networking, music, business exhibits and the unveiling of the 2013-14 Boyne Area Visitors Guide. Soft drinks, Michigan wine and Short's beer on draft will be available.
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New restaurant, marina and jobs coming to Walloon Village this summer

From the Petoskey News-Review: Up to 80 new jobs will become available in Walloon Lake this spring. Matt Borisch says he bought a series of properties in the little village last year with a simple intention: to bring life to the town and create something lasting. A marina, restaurant, boat showroom and service center are all planned for this summer. Construction of the buildings to house those businesses is progressing as planned. The boat dealership is currently open to customers by appointment, the service center will open April 15 and the marina and restaurant are expected to open by Memorial Day weekend. Just this week Borisch selected an executive chef to lead the 150-seat Barrel Back restaurant.  Full story.  Marina website.