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[liberationtech] Internships available at leading Palo Alto tech startup

Greg Norcie greg at norcie.com
Fri Feb 22 09:52:21 PST 2013


Unpaid internships are illegal actually. Unless receiving course credit
from a university  - then they're just morally unsound :)

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Greg Norcie (greg at norcie.com)
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On 2/22/13 10:16 AM, Q. Parker wrote:
> A list enumerating some items which make this post objectionable:
> 
> 1) Unpaid internships are wrong on a number of levels.
> 
> 2) This is data-mining/graph analysis for spam.
> 
> 3) "Quirky" should be a qualification for employment only for clinical trials.
> 
> 4) The only thing this work will liberate is the will to live from fresh-faced recent grads.
> 
> All in all, I'd rather bag groceries than work for a company that posts an ad like this
> (and here, no less).
> 
> Quirkily,
> Q.
> 
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 06:43:38PM -0800, Hamdan Azhar wrote:
>> Please forward widely!
>>
>> ---
>> INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE AT LEADING SILICON VALLEY STARTUP
>>
>> GraphScience - a Palo Alto based venture-backed startup focusing on
>> predictive behavioral analytics in social networks - is offering
>> internships for college students and recent graduates. Interns will play a
>> valuable role in building the leading social advertising platform on
>> Facebook.
>>
>> Our clients are major Fortune 500 retailers and we're looking for quirky,
>> creative, self-motivated individuals who would thrive in a fast-paced
>> environment. Internships are unpaid and last for at least 3 months.
>>
>> Interested? Email us your resume, your favorite ice cream flavor, and the
>> name of the last book you read.
>>
>> CONTACT: Hamdan Azhar, Lead Data Scientist, hamdan at graphscience.com
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