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Feb 15, 2011

North Dakota Young Professionals recognize Dickinson law firm as best place to intern

Dickinson, N.D. – As the face of business changes, so does the future of our state. Younger faces step up and look to make their mark. Young workers engage companies, and look for opportunities where their contributions will set the path toward their future career.

For these reasons, North Dakota Young Professionals (NDYP) promotes businesses in the state that are willing to provide positive jobs and experiences for young professionals.

NDYP has chosen Ebeltoft . Sickler . Lawyers as its 2010 Best Place to Intern.

Ebeltoft . Sickler . Lawyers set out to build a new kind of law firm. One that challenges how law firms operate, breaks away from rigid traditions and places the client at the heart of what it does. It is committed to cooperative client representation, and the firm has a wide range of lawyer expertise and a mission to harness that extensive experience and youthful energy.

“The North Dakota Young Professionals Network finds it important to recognize businesses that provide high quality internships to budding professionals,” says Jennifer Dobrowski, NDYP Chairman. “The NDYP Best Place to Intern Award is a reflection of the hands-on creativity and innovation businesses provide throughout a student’s internship.”

The firm will be acknowledged at a formal ceremony at the Grand Dakota Lodge and Ramada Inn on February 16, 2011, at 4 p.m. This ceremony is open to the public and hosted by NDYP and the Dickinson Young Professionals Network (DYP). “We are excited to have a Best Place winner in our community, especially one that has been so supportive of our local Young Professionals Network,” says Amanda Lynn Moser, DYP’s NDYP representative.

The Best Place to Intern Awards coincide with the Best Place to Work Awards, which were started by NDYP in 2008. The awards were created to acknowledge creative approaches that enrich careers for young professionals. In order to be considered for the award, applicants must submit a detailed questionnaire regarding the work styles, environment, and contribution consideration from interns. A statewide committee of four NDYP board members judged the nominees and determined the winner, as well as four runners up in the Best Place to Intern category.

Runners up as Top Places to Intern include the following employers: InfoTech, Minot; Intercept EFT, Fargo; North Dakota State Fair, Minot; and Spectrum Aeromed, Fargo.

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