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Why Asia's Startups Need To Start Hiring More Interns
"By getting involved with universities, or even just young professionals, organizations also create a culture of facilitation and progression. This is evident in the success of intern specialists, Sage Corps."
#SocialGood: Sage Corps
"There are so many amazing companies, non-profits and organizations in the city of Chicago dedicated to #SocialGood! And, to do our part, I want to shine a light on those that cannot be ignored! Today, we’re looking at how education programs are preparing the next generation of workers and entrepreneurs – with me is Matt Meltzer, CEO of Sage Corps, a global entrepreneurship program that sends top university students abroad to work for global startups!"
How he started a business from mistakenly thinking he had it made
"Matt Meltzer, founder and CEO of Sage Corps, which sends top college students abroad to work with tech startups, discusses his struggle to get a job after college and the difference between being good at something and caring about something.
Kirkland & Ellis Partner Launches Elite University Summer Abroad Program
"Matt Meltzer, a newly-minted litigation partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, recently left the Chicago-based law firm to pursue his startup business. The venture, Sage Corps, sends small groups of elite college and graduate students to collaborate with CEOs of foreign tech startups for the summer. "
Sage Corps Launches Global Entrepreneurship Program for Young Professionals
Sage Corps announces programming for young professionals to spend three months abroad working with tech startups. The first cohorts will leave in February 2016 for Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Sydney.
University of Michigan Ross School of Business
"Continuing the trend of Ross students seemingly trying to outdo each other with their summer activities, four Ross BBA students have spent the last several weeks working hand-in-hand with various startup companies in Argentina. The students are fellows in the Sage Corps program. Doing everything from helping expand language translation services into China to bringing more Latin American home decor to the states, [they] have been able to have quite the impact with their companies already this summer."