Struggling small businesses get help from Paul students


Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Kimberly Clark

Internships fell by the wayside at many companies this year, but some college students still found a way to get valuable experience while helping small businesses adapt to a new business environment. Paul College students are working as unpaid consultants helping New Hampshire businesses pivot during the Covid pandemic. Boston TV station 25 News recently covered this story, featuring Kim Clark, director of Paul's Career and Professional Success office. “These experiential learning opportunities are very large resume builders,” explained Clark. “They will be doing complex problems such as financial analysis, marketing strategic plans, really helping companies create new data bases and websites.”

To watch the news story, click thru to: https://www.boston25news.com/news/health/struggling-small-businesses-get-help-unh-students-pivot-during-pandemic/CXWPWU2ASBHQZASLYSP454OLU4/