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SANFORD, Fla. – March 25, 2019 – PRLog — Transforming Property Solutions, LLC (TPS) has hired a new intern to work for the spring of 2019. The Seminole County Public School’s internship expo offers hundreds of high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors the opportunity to professionally present themselves to employers looking to hire interns. TPS received several resumes from qualified candidates.  Students were required to go through both phone and face-to-face interviews to select the final candidates. At the end of this process, a junior from a Seminole County High School was hired to work for TPS from January 17th to May 13th. The intern candidate hired by TPS described her experience at the internship expo as scary. “This was the first time that I’d been put in the place to be professional and as rewarding and fun as the internship expo was, it was definitely a scary experience. I do think, though, that this whole experience, working with TPS, is excellent work experience for the future, and I’m really excited for this opportunity.

All Seminole County Public School (SCPS) interns are enrolled in an online course through the district called ePathways to ensure proper supervision by facilitators and the award school credit. One requirement from the course is to complete a time card provided by SCPS and have regular site visits by facilitators. The intern hired by TPS is responsible for redoing and upkeeping the website and creating and posting on social media.

When asked the question of “How is Transforming Property Solutions making use of your skills and knowledge?”, the new TPS intern stated, “I know that TPS needs their website redone and I can’t wait to be able to do that and produce a finished project. I also am very excited to help Transforming Property Solutions do their Search Engine Optimization and to help them get their great business out into the world.”

Transforming Property Solutions is located at 223 W 3rd Street, Sanford, FL 32771.  For more information, investors and realtors are encouraged to call 407-375-2317 or visit online at

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