Rhode Island Inno: Student Entrepreneurs Set Up Job Board For Remote Internships

It was just under three weeks ago that Brown University told students it was shifting gears: In response to the spread of the novel coronavirus, undergraduate students were to move out by March 22 and finish the semester online, from their homes or elsewhere.

Brown made its announcement just two days after Harvard University, 40 miles to the north, had startled the academic world by asking students not to return after spring break. So Chuck Isgar, a junior majoring in business economics and co-president of the Brown University Entrepreneurship Program, was already making preparations with the expectation that his school would do the same.

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