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emp business analyst Internships for high school and college students

at the uncommon individual foundation, there is no "common" day

where do you come in?

UIF hires high school and college students to work in the Entrepreneur Mentoring Program (EMP). EMP Business Analysts work on projects and conduct research to support participants within the Entrepreneur Mentoring Program. These college and university students gain valuable “real world” experience by working with entrepreneurs and the UIF staff to push business, service or product ideas forward!

what is it like to intern with emp?

analysts work on multiple projects that differ based on the needs of the participants and the skills of the student.

"I was interacting with entrepreneurs, giving my opinion at meetings, and working to develop and implement strategies that met the needs of the program's participants."

- George Zindel, IV La Salle University

additionally, analysts have the opportunity to manage and mentor high school students whom work within the entrepreneur mentoring program.

"... working within the amazing environment and culture at UIF, where everyone is willing to teach, learn, and share advice, I have grown my skills, both socially and professionally."

- Sravya Basvapatri, Westchester East High School

current participants in our emp program include:

examples of projects that analysts completed in fall 2017:

  • Creation of website for The Woman's Report
  • Doubled social media followers for GradeBoost
  • Completed a chapter agreement for The Weekly Fight

requirements:

college business analyst position:

  • 3.00 GPA
  • Undergraduate Student
  • Fall Term: 12-30 hours per week
  • Spring Term: 12-30 hours per week
  • Summer Term: 30-40 hours per week
  • Paid bi-weekly at $12 per hour

high school business analyst position:

  • 3.00 GPA
  • Enrolled in high school
  • Fall Term: 8-15 hours per week
  • Spring Term: 8-15 hours per week
  • Summer Term: 25-35 hours per week
  • Paid biweekly at $10 per hour

responsibilities:

college business analyst position

  • Evaluating viability of business
  • Grant and/or venture capital research
  • Business planning
  • Website development
  • Prototyping
  • Creative brainstorming sessions

high school business analyst position

  • Creative brainstorming sessions
  • Social media management
  • Competitor analysis
  • Market analysis and research
Every day is different based on the projects that we have in the pipeline and the deadlines with these projects. This environment requires the student to be extremely flexible and proactive.

you will gain valuable experience and create ACTUAL resume material

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