Students Share Lessons From an Uncommon Internship

It’s the end of summer and many students are coming out of a brief dip into the professional world — working alongside adults and performing entry level tasks, only to return back to classes in the fall. Some are paid, some are not — some provide both learning opportunities and a chance to build one’s network, others less so. Across the board, most students will say that an internship is a better investment of time than sitting at home, or working a regular summer job.

But some students have found summer experiences that are, arguably, better for their careers — especially those students interested in entrepreneurship, not joining corporate life.

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