This Fall some of the best and brightest Danish students in innovation and entrepreneurship are coming to the Bay Area looking to learn from the inspiring startup and innovative environment here. And we mean the brightest! Among Danish students enrolled in a business grad program -with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship- we choose the 8 most talented souls and send them to Silicon Valley. All students are selected on their startup ideas, business models and entrepreneurial spirit. And they are coming to learn from you!
We are looking to find these young souls an exciting internship in Silicon Valley/San Francisco with a tech startup. Therefore, let us know if you could use some extra hands and are willing to mentor an aspiring entrepreneur. The students will work unpaid for three weeks with start in November. The organizing parts behind the initiative will take care of the practical things like travel, help with housing, insurance and will arrange a week of introductions to the Bay Area ecosystem, so the students can hit the ground running when they start the internship.
Behind the program is the Danish student organization Young Enterprises, that aims to grow more entrepreneurship in Denmark. As a proud partner, Innovation Center Denmark will be the local point of contact for the intern hosts. Young Enterprises created this initiative because they believe more Danish students could benefit from the startup scene that is Silicon Valley – and at the Innovation Center we think they are right. In order to create more entrepreneurship, innovation and successful startups in Denmark, we need to learn from the best. With a booming startup scene, tech giants lined up and some of the world’s best universities (also when it comes to entrepreneurship), we believe Silicon Valley is the place to send our students and aspiring entrepreneurs.
If you are interested in learning more on the program, the Danish organizer will be in the Bay Area, 26th-29th of July, and would be happy to discuss this opportunity with you.
Please contact project manager Marie Louise Gørvild at email@example.com