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At an early-stage startup, time is valuable, and every team member is critical—including interns. This means that you’ll be working on projects that directly impact users, and probably immediately.
As an intern for a large company, your exposure is often limited to the small portion that you’re working on directly.But in a startup, it’s almost impossible not to. Whether it’s overhearing design debates at the next table or chatting with the head of engineering over lunch, being part of a small team means that you’ll naturally be around every part of the company, and most startups actively ensure that everyone stays in the loop.
Lack of technical skills, besides, is a main barrier for entry to core-sector internships, especially for students in their first year and second year. In such a situation, interning at a startup might serve not only as a learning experience, but also an opportunity to leverage their aptitudes.