When organizations get interns, they get websites. Or at least, that was the deal here. And that is also assuming that the organization in question has hired interns that know how to make websites. I mean, anyone, theoretically, could throw together some piece of crap and call it a website. But unless you want a website that looks like it came straight from the internet of the early nineties, we would suggest either paying for a website, or hiring interns that know what they are doing. Thanks.
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