Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Sarah Klett '15 and Twizoo
Adaptability and passion are key traits when it comes to entrepreneurship. When Twizoo co-founder and CEO Madeline Parra ’09 met Sarah Klett ’15, she knew Klett was ready to dive into the fast-paced world of a tech start-up through the Davidson College Entrepreneurship Internship Program.
The Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship Internship Program is for students interested in working for entrepreneurial ventures in a variety of fields. Through this program, students are connected with full-time, paid internships with start-up companies, innovation-oriented companies, and entrepreneurial social ventures. The program is open to all years, including graduating seniors.
The internship program is part of the college's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative, which reimagines a liberal arts education for the 21st century by preparing students to be innovators in a rapidly changing world.
The initiative provides opportunities to blend your passions with the support, structure, and resources to address challenging problems with innovative ideas.
- February 25, 2015
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