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Internships Can Pay Off, but They Sometimes Carry a Heavy Cost

Eric Adler
Mara Rose Williams
The Kansas City Star

Catherine Ruetschlin, a senior policy analyst at Demos, a [New York]-based public policy institute, said one of the major concerns that surround unpaid internships is access. Many students, she said, might want to take an unpaid internship but cannot afford to.

Wealthier students benefit; poor students don’t.

“It’s an opportunity for one and an obstacle for the other,” she said.

Read more at The Kansas City Star