“We are thrilled to be named as one of the few start-ups on this list,” Founder and CEO, Emily Burns said. “As a start-up, interns are absolutely integral to our growth and development."
BOSTON (PRWEB) November 15, 2017
Today, Learnivore LLC, the fastest growing marketplace for private instructors in the U.S., announced that its internship program ranked 72nd out of a ranking of the top 100 internship programs in the US, as part of WayUp’s National Intern Day Celebration. The list released by WayUp, and published on cnbc.com, placed Learnivore’s Internship Program immediately after Expedia, and immediately before Forbes. View the list here: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/08/09/the-10-companies-with-the-best-summer-internships-according-to-current-interns.html
“We are thrilled to be named as one of the few start-ups on this list,” Founder and CEO, Emily Burns said. “As a start-up, interns are absolutely integral to our growth and development. Every summer, our interns are instrumental in helping us to test a few key hypotheses necessary to move Learnivore to the next level as a company; and every summer it is my privilege to work with them and guide them in these business-critical projects.”
WayUp’s rankings were based on feedback from 2,500 interns.
To view the full rankings list, visit: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/08/09/the-10-companies-with-the-best-summer-internships-according-to-current-interns.html
“I would like to thank the interns themselves who nominated Learnivore for this honor. I think their words speak volumes about why Learnivore was included in this list of some of the nation’s most elite companies,” Emily noted, citing the following quotes from past interns.
Selected quotes from past interns:
"The internship is structured so that we all feel like we have ownership over the company." – Tyler Grigsby, 2017 Entrepreneurship Fellow, University of Hartford, class of 2019
"A blend of personal autonomy and employer guidance drives this program to success, as it allows interns to develop their interpersonal skills and business acumen!"– Rebekah Liang, 2017 Entrepreneurship Fellow, New York University, class of 2020
"Emily has been generous and insightful when teaching us so much about creating and managing a startup, general business etiquette." – Sahil Chawla, 2017 Entrepreneurship Fellow, University of California at Berkeley, class of 2020
"Emily, the CEO, takes the time to personally know each intern and help us learn and grow as employees; plus she made this internship so much fun!" – Jake Gotta, 2017 Entrepreneurship Fellow, University of California at Santa Barbara, class of 2019
"You receive more responsibility than most full-time roles." – Hunter Books, 2015 Marketing Intern, Georgetown class of 2016, and current employee at Learnivore, leading Learnivore’s instructor enablement and development efforts.
"Along with nonstop support, guidance, and mentoring from a stellar CEO, as well as tons of cool bonuses or incentives to shoot for and an all around just terrifically motivating working environment for any young intern to thrive in, Learnivore's program is no doubt one to be highly recognized for its continued efforts in helping students learn and grow."- Pamela Chan, 2014 Product Marketing Intern, University of Southern California, M.A. 2014