Entrepreneurial Internship Program

Connecting students to entrepreneurial summer internships

There is no better way to learn how entrepreneurship works than to work in an entrepreneurial setting and no better time to do so than the summer. The Entrepreneurial Internship Program connects students with summer jobs in entrepreneurial settings.

For new ventures who have not raised significant funding or generated significant revenue, who are not able to pay their interns, we offer a limited number of Internship Grants through the career office that pays $4,500 per student for a 10-week summer internship. Read on to learn more.

Examples of student skills and job characteristics

Marketing and Creative

  • Social media strategy and account management
  • Content strategy and execution
  • Grassroots execution
  • List management
  • Influencer, ambassador, and affiliate marketing programs including partnerships and collaborations

Operations and Customer Experience

  • Customer communications
  • Properly log all calls, emails, and matters that require cross functional reporting 
  • Identify and own small projects such as surveys and customer interviews
  • Support relevant RFPs – packaging, vendors, systems
  • Support in reporting of key cx, logistics and operations metrics across the organization


  • Support team in preparing weekly and monthly business analysis  
  • Engage in market research efforts and prioritization exercises 
  • Help to maintain data stack
  • Work alongside business partners to provide dashboards to help them better operate within their functions and make data-informed decisions
  • Proactively identify additional opportunities for financial and business improvements
  • Assist with presentations 

Technical Roles

  • Experience with a multitude of programming languages 
  • Work with other developers and participate in constructive code review
  • Build awesome new things to deliver exceptional customer experiences

What people say

The Student Perspective

“Things were very much hands on and self-driven. I overall gained a better understanding of how testing infrastructure is made and I got better at problem solving. I learned I was much more capable than I thought I was.”

– Matt, a CS major

The Employer Perspective

“I was blown away by how well our interns worked independently. They were eager to get stuff done, and they absolutely helped us to perform better as a company while they were here.”

– Sebastian Coates, Cofounder & CEO of Tellescope