The Internship Program for UNC's minor in entrepreneurship provides direct experience in the process of entrepreneurship for students in the College of Arts and Sciences.
The program targets companies and nonprofits in areas of intense entrepreneurial activity and matches them with students to create real and lasting benefits for students, host organizations and entrepreneurship education at UNC:
- Companies gain access to bright, talented undergraduate students with a passion to make a difference and the knowledge to make it happen.
- Students gain vital experiential learning opportunities that are fundamental to their education in entrepreneurship.
For more information on hosting an E Minor intern or the Internship Program, contact:
As you consider internships ask yourself the following question:
Is your internship entrepreneurial?
- What contact will you have with the founder of the enterprise?
- What new opportunity has presented itself to the enterprise that will have any impact on your internship?
- In what ways will you be able to participate in the enterprise’s strategic planning
- What opportunities to innovate are available within the enterprise
Meredith Kramer and Suzette Walker, Minor in Entrepreneurship interns at School House, LLC discuss their internships with Elizabeth Basnight, Internship Director.
Joe Davey, a former student in the Minor in Entrepreneurship, completes his internship at EvoApp, a communication intelligence company he founded in 2008.