Apply to the Summer 2016 Baruch Entrepreneurial Intern Fellowship!

Unpaid internships raise a dilemma: should you consent to work without compensation for the sake of gaining experience? Experts estimate that at least half a million Americans hold unpaid internships each year. But the rise of the “intern economy” in a weakened job market disadvantages those who can’t afford to work without pay.

The Weissman Center for International Business and the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship, with support from Baruch alum Ronald I. Heller ’67, have partnered to offer the Baruch Entrepreneurial Intern Fellowship Program for Baruch College undergraduate students. Submit your application for a chance to win a stipend for a Spring 2016 unpaid internship at a startup.

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