The Innovation, Business & Entrepreneurship initiative also hosts a Summer Business Immersion program. The seven-week Liberal Arts Bridge to Business (LABB) program is an intensive summer immersion into all aspects of business and entrepreneurship. Students from all majors get a crash course in financial literacy, strategic planning, marketing, decision making, leadership, human resources and negotiations through case study analysis, lectures and site visits. Students research and write multiple business plans, which are presented to panels of expert judges. LABB students also work on a consulting project in the community to solve a real-world problem. Students are paid a $3,200 stipend. This is a full-time 40-hour-per-week internship.Wabash Liberal Arts Immersion Program: The program includes a month-long Summer Institute, strategic class scheduling for the freshman fall semester, special information sessions and networking events during the freshman year, and a "second summer" internship, research assistantship, or immersion experience. During each component of the program, students meet other students, staff, and alumni who are their guides, mentors, friends, and confidantes during their Wabash career and after, and they gain information about what it takes to succeed at Wabash College and in their career after graduation.
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