The best way to get involved in entrepreneurship is to jump right in and join a startup. Below is a selection of several internship, co-op and full time job opportunities offered to NU Entrepreneurs club members. Please contact us if you would like to inquire about posting a great job for our members.
Summer Survey Job Opportunity!
Au Bon Pain is seeking a friendly, outgoing, and detail-oriented Northeastern University student to administer consumer surveys from its campus café. This is a part-time, temporary project with real potential to become an ongoing part-time Marketing job helping us grow our café and catering sales.
Please forward cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP…interviews to be scheduled Friday, June 14.
Toast is a technology company revolutionizing the way business owners manage their restaurants and interact with their customers. We are a young, fast-growing, well-funded startup in the beginning phases of taking Boston (and then the world) by storm!
As a member of the Business Development team, you'll work with business owners over the phone to introduce them to Toast. We only work with hard-working individuals who are motivated to succeed and play an integral role in the development of a startup.
This is the perfect position for students who want to gain sales experience within a fast-growing company. As a Business Development Intern, you will have the opportunity to learn from an extremely talented team while also being able to shape your experience with your own input and ideas.
The Toast team works remotely using the Google Apps suite and Skype to communicate, with the exception of a weekly in-person meeting in Kendall Square.
Interested in investing in time with high school students interested in entrepreneurship! Then check-out this cool opportunity to share your expertise and meet some interesting people!
Launch is a summer entrepreneurship program held for 30 high school students at MIT . The program is designed to inspire high school students interested in entrepreneurship start companies; the program is scheduled from July 13 through August 10.
We are looking for undergraduate students to serve as Residential Counselors during the program. At a minimum, counselors are responsible for living on MIT campus for the duration of the program and being available in the evenings after 7PM. Residential Counselors are compensated in the form of housing (equivalent to $75/day) in a single dorm room at MIT for the whole program. Counselors are welcome to pursue other interests (e.g., research, internships, classes etc.), as long as they are available in the dorms at 7PM each day.
To apply, send an e-mail expressing your interest to Mary Winn Miller (email@example.com) by Friday, June 14.
Web Development Intern for Great Startup (Kendal Square)
This is an unpaid position.