New England is plagued by “brain drain,’’ with nearly half the region’s college students leaving when they graduate, and a number of state and city agencies are pushing to promote internships at local companies as a way to stop the seepage. From a statewide internship collaborative to unite businesses with student workers to a possible dating website that matches tech interns with local singles, efforts to increase awareness of internships have grown in the past few years.
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