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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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Good Karma Bikes Seeks Marketing Intern
Wednesday, Jul. 25, 2012
Good Karma Bikes
Good Karma Bikes is seeking an intern (available in Summer) to assist with marketing implementation. Tasks include establishing the following: social media, Facebook,Twitter, LinkedIn, and their blog. Good Karma Bikes is also working to establish an online second-hand bicycle business in conjunction with the website-internship tasks would include this strategy, tactics and implementation.
About Good Karma Bikes (as taken from their website):
Good Karma Bikes exists to provide homeless and low income working people with safe, reliable bicycle transportation to provide them the freedom and ability to travel to the places, appointments and people that can facilitate their improved quality of life; and sometimes, a way off the streets and into a better life.
GKB partners with homeless-services powerhouses InnVision and Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen to reach the community members who need our GKB brand of transportation. We teach bicycle mechanic skills to interested clients, so that they may join us in service to others. The “pay it forward” spirit is strong within our community. And if that weren’t enough, we serve as credible and compelling job references for our client-volunteers through our Certified Bicycle Mechanic job skills training.
To apply, please forward resume to: GoodKarma@GoodKarmaBikes.org