Our Partner, CommonBond, Is Hiring MBAs

Image courtesy: CommonBond

Earlier this month, CommonBond announced the introduction of the “MBA Accelerator” program, a unique summer internship experience that will select a team of the country’s top MBA students to build a startup from the ground up inside of CommonBond in New York City.

Over the course of 10 weeks this summer, a select group of MBA interns will take an idea from concept to a living, breathing product. The team will make business decisions based on their research, analysis and findings, and ultimately create a product at CommonBond for the company’s borrowers. The team will be provided with top-notch technical resources, including developers and designers, along with advisors from the CommonBond team, including CEO and Co-Founder David Klein.

CommonBond CEO, David Klein

Klein shared: “While most summer interns will work at a company and get assigned a project to work on, CommonBond is giving MBAs the opportunity to basically start their own company. This is really much more like an incubator than an internship, and is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. We will be equipping our interns with everything they need to tackle an unmet need and work together to build something from the ground up. Together, our interns will build a business; they will wear many hats as entrepreneurs typically do — and have complete access to CommonBond executives who hold those roles.”

This piece was originally published on CrowdFund Insider. For additional details about the internship opportunity, click here. Applications are being accepted until February 1, 2016.

If you’re interested in financing options for your MBA, consider applying for a CommonBond loan using MBA Mama’s unique referral link.

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