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What Stanford University Bases Taught (Past Tense) About Substantial and Meaningful Internships

by Larry Chiang on October 4, 2014

Stephanie Sy got an internship with Wildfire. I met her 2009 at Bases. I then got her a sales internship at Stanford Daily with Mary Liz McCurdy / Jason Shen. Here she is speaking with Cameron Teitelman (lol, that’s his arm)
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Jobapreneur at Waze for an internship that led to an exit (a sale of a startup to Waze)

By Larry Chiang
Job + entrepreneur = Jobapreneur. What I spoke annually to BASES about was “Getting three legendary internships in a row”
Bases = Business Association Student Entrepreneur Society.  I landed that gig after hanging out with Ricky Yean at Summit at Stanford at Arrillaga 2009 (and also 2008?). He was BASES president and later YC.
A lot of you know I made cash-revenue Millionaire by junior year. Not many know I graduated with the highest starting engineer salary (Nalco chemical Corp in Naperville, Illinois). I wanted to share my expertise on jobapreneur, starting up You, Inc., and internships (All curated under LABCS 3373 and all free of TM or copyright. Did I tell u Imma millionaire already ;-P #LABCS3373

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
#Jobapreneur is a sequel to intrapreneur 09-09-19 release of What They Still Do Not Teach You at Stanford Business S…

What they don’t stress but teach at GSB:

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
#TristanWalker cold emailed 8x before he became employee #4sq while @StanfordBiz #GSB…

My mentor, Mark McCormack, said to me: Larry, is it?, they don’t teach you sales, entrepreneurship and reading people in business school. 

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
#ENGR145 Quiz. What jobapreneur maneuver was executed in this article… ?

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My friend Adele White’s friend, Tim Ferriss agrees. 

Tim Ferriss (@tferriss)
THIS is what The 4-Hour Workweek is really about. LOVE this. “What I Learned From Being a Broke, Unemployed Graduate”

It was Eric Martin Ruiz method to get hired at Waze.

Disclosure: I financially benefitted from Waze and was under contract before they sold to Google. 
Disclosure: I financially benefitted from Waze winning SXSW 2011 cc Anthony Ha
2006 I was a Stanford season tickets holder and helped some random athlete who was dunking on my head at Arrillaga (at the secret third Arrillaga. Part of the Arrillaga (entrepreneurship) triangle at Campus and Embarcadero 

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