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I&E Internship Digital Info Session

Did you miss the I&E internship info session? No worries. We got you!

Major keys:

  • Look for our internships on Handshake
  • Apply by March 3rd.
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Internships

Get the experience you need.

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Summer 2018 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Internships

The Summer 2018 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Internship Program is for students interested in working for entrepreneurial ventures in a variety of fields. Through this program, students are connected with full-time, paid internships with ventures near and far! It is open to all years, including graduating seniors. See what previous interns said about the program here.

Summer 2018: More Information To Come!

  • Information Sessions available Early Spring (January & February)
  • Applications due in March

Students: Applications for Internship positions posted in Spring 2018 through Handshake.

Employers: Interested in hiring a Davidson Student to intern at your Startup this year? Email our team at innovation@davidson.edu

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Business Bootcamp

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Davidson College Business Bootcamps break down topics like business models, customer development, value propositions, basic legal issues, and other core skills/topics for starting a startup. During an optional follow-up, students form teams to create the materials for a startup (real or purely idea stage).

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Venture Fund is One Month Out

Davidson Venture Fund

Venture Fund Application deadline is February 8! Learn more here. Apply here.

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The Failure Fund

[su_heading size=”20″]keep up to date with Failure Fund recipients here.[/su_heading]

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The Failure Fund is a grant competition that awards Davidson students with between $150-1000 to pursue a creative or innovative idea. The purpose of this scholarship is to fund the creative ideas of Davidson students while empowering them to model the traits of innovators and creative entrepreneurs, mainly by being comfortable with failure.