USA Today: This nonprofit is fighting against unpaid internships

By Guillermo Creamer|July 14, 2017|In the News|

“Our biggest goal is to ensure that students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds have the same opportunities than those who can afford to do an unpaid internship,” Creamer said. “Let’s face it: Most of the legislative assistants, legislative directors and the people that end up working on the Hill once interned, so it really benefits students that can’t afford to have those paid internships, so that one day they can move on to being a legislative director in office.”


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