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The CIE offers those enrolled in the Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Program the opportunity to apply new entrepreneurial skills in emerging Silicon Valley startups. A variety of paid and unpaid internships are available throughout the year.
In addition, undergraduate students enrolled in the BUSN 145 Entrepreneurship Practicum course have the opportunity to intern for a quarter at both emerging and established startups. This 2-unit course is available in Fall, Winter and Spring Quarters. Undergraduate students pursuing a Minor in Entrepreneurship will also have an opportunity for a startup internship through MGMT 198E Internship in Entrepreneurship. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
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Environmental Business Cluster Seeks Event Outreach Intern
Friday, Nov. 18, 2011
Environmental Business Cluster (EBC) - www.environmentalcluster.org
Event Outreach – 20 to 30 hrs/wk
The Environmental Business Cluster (EBC) is an award-winning cleantech incubator located in the heart of the Silicon Valley that provides commercialization support and facilities for emerging clean energy and environmental technology companies. We are a non-profit specializing in delivering on the needs of cleantech startups including venture capital, back-end operations, technology prototyping, coaching and more.
The EBC produces top quality events for the purpose of educating those within the cleantech sector as well as providing a means to network and bring together entrepreneurs and cleantech insiders. Be a part of the excitement at the EBC and network with leading venture capital firms, CEOs and entrepreneurs. We are looking for an intern to manage event outreach of our events. This requires managing relationships with our industry partners as well as creating new connections. The qualified candidate will produce the following:
To start, the internships would be unpaid but there is potential for them to evolve into paid relationships.