A student at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and other institutions in the United States and abroad is being asked to help with their own business administration internship.
The internships are offered through Udemy, a company that offers education-related content and services through a series of courses.
According to a news release, the students will receive paid internships.
The internship will take place in the U.S. and abroad.
“We are really excited to have our students take on this challenging internship opportunity,” said Dan Bowers, director of education and training at Udemy.
“As the number of people in the country are increasingly reliant on online learning, this is an excellent opportunity to teach our students how to get the most out of the tools they have at their fingertips and to become part of the future of our economy.”
The internship, titled Udemy: Learn how to be an Entrepreneur, will be offered in two phases, with the first starting next week.
The second phase will begin on June 12.
Bowers added that the interns will need to learn how to: “create a portfolio and grow their business” through a portfolio management system.
“Find the right talent for your business,” he said.
The first phase of the internship, which is open to U.M. students, includes working with Udemy’s Marketing team, and the second phase, which includes working in a sales team, is open only to UM. and Michigan State employees.
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