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Find Internships at Boston Area Startups

Posted on March 24th, 2016 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

techgenIf you are looking for an internship at a Boston Area startup, you might take a look at TechGen.  TechGen is a non-profit program from the New England Venture Capital Association and made possible through a public-private partnership with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Massachusetts Tech Collaborative.

Its online platform is a two-way marketplace connecting both students and companies. Students have the ability to search for internships based on job verticals and apply to the company, while companies post internships and can search for candidates based on their identified skill sets and request the student to apply.

Boston Small Business Plan

Posted on March 17th, 2016 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

small businessThe City of Boston has just issued the Boston Small Business Plan.  It has three primary goals: to make the small business economythrive, to enhance neighborhood vibrancy, and to foster economic and social inclusion and equity.

New Arrivals at Kirstein

Posted on March 12th, 2016 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

We have more new books at Kirstein,

so please check them out.

Value Line Now Available Remotely

Posted on March 3rd, 2016 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

value lineValue Line is now available remotely for four simultaneous users for Massachusetts residents with a Metro Boston Library Network card or an e-card. Value Line is an independent investment research and financial publishing firm based in New York City, founded in 1931 by Arnold Bernhard. Value Line is best known for publishing The Value Line Investment Survey, a stock analysis newsletter that is among the most highly regarded and widely used independent investment research resources in global investment and trading markets, tracking approximately 1,700 publicly traded stocks in over 99 industries.

New Pothole Study by American Automobile Association

Posted on February 17th, 2016 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library

“In the last five years, 16 million drivers across the country have suffered pothole damage to their vehicles,” said John Nielsen, AAA’s managing director of Automotive Engineering and Repair. “The problems range from tire punctures and bent wheels, to more expensive suspension damage.”

 

 

“On average, American drivers report paying $300 to repair pothole-related vehicle damage,” continued Nielsen. “Adding to the financial frustration, those whose vehicles incurred this type of damage had it happen frequently, with an average of three times in the last five years.”