Test your fit with an entrepreneurial career path by interning at an early stage company for the summer. The Entrepreneurial Summer Internship Program (ESIP), formerly ESP, is open to first-year MBA students and returning joint-degree students.
– 8- to 10-week summer internship program to explore and test your fit with an entrepreneurial career path
– Self-source your own startup internship, or apply to CES-sourced opportunities
– Mentorship from an experienced individual at the company with 10 to 15 years of industry experience
– A community of ESIP peers and regular summer meetings to share and learn from key lessons across the ESIP community
– Potential supplemental funding for eligible students and organizations

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Faculty Principal Investigator (PI) Required?: No

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