I just applied for an internship. If I get it, it will be the first internship in my career. So why at 28, when I run my own business, did I just apply to be Seth Godin’s intern?
I envision this internship to be like all internships should be.
- A learning experience where the paycheck doesn’t matter
- A defined project with a defined “ship-it date”
- A gift that the intern will likely pay forward
Resume-building busywork never appealed to me. This internship did.
- All internships at my businesses use the framework from above.
- Do apply for this internship, too. You could be the missing piece. Or it could be yours.