Stepping Up: Brown University students create site to match ‘virtual’ interns with tech startups

CHUCK ISGAR, top left, Megan Kasselberg, top right, and David Lu, center bottom, are the founders of Intern From Home./COURTESY CHUCK ISGAR.
CHUCK ISGAR, top left, Megan Kasselberg, top right, and David Lu, center bottom, are the founders of Intern From Home. / COURTESY CHUCK ISGAR.
PROVIDENCE – The disruption of university life created by the new coronavirus pandemic has led directly to a new business service launched by Brown University undergraduates. Chuck Isgar, along with two other co-founders and a team of fellow students, in March launched Intern From Home, a virtual marketplace that allows students who want “virtual internships”…

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