SUMMEr FULL-TIME ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM
For this 8-week summer program, you’ll work full-time alongside CEOs, CMOs, and CTOs to build real solutions to real problems. Your days won’t consist of coffee runs and making copies, but instead will be spent creating go-to market strategies, content marketing, or other impactful contributions that will truly make a difference in your startup.
You’ll live like a local, both personally and professionally. During our weekly on-site professional development programming, you’ll build a global network. Forget the touristy vacation experience—our fellows will feel connected with and immersed in the local culture.
WHY SAGE CORPS?
Sage Corps is not an average 9-5 internship experience. Here’s why:
Regardless of your major, the Sage Corps Entrepreneurship Program will give your resume an entrepreneurial edge. You’ll prove that you’re self-motivated, innovative and ready to take on any challenge. And we really mean any major - you don’t need to be a “Techie” to succeed in our programs - there are many incredible opportunities for Communication students who love to tell stories across different visual channels!
EARN COURSE CREDIT FOR YOUR SAGE CORPS EXPERIENCE
College of Communication undergraduate students at DePaul University have the opportunity to enroll in CMN 395 and receive academic credit for the Sage Corps 8-week summer full-time entrepreneurship program. Graduate students can enroll in CMN 591. For more information, please see the DePaul College of Communication Internships Abroad page.
HOW IT WORKS
Students will apply to the Sage Corps program and separately register and enroll in CMN 395 or CMN 591 at DePaul University. CMN 395 and CMN 591 are online courses, thus students can successfully complete either course remotely while participating in any of the Sage Corps summer programs.
HOW TO APPLY
All interested students must contact Michael Elias at DePaul to let him know they have begun the Sage Corps application process. Michael will answer any and all questions related to the online course and academic credit.
Director of Internships
College of Communication