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Res. Inc. Applications Due

You know you want it.

Current Art History Major = Future CEO?

Do you dream in dollar signs? Does your Tinder bio include the phrases “entrepreneurial endeavors” or “hedge fund”? If so (or even if not and you just have an interest in the business world), apply now to the CC/SEAS residential program Res. Inc. Called a “living and learning community,” Res. Inc.
Res. Inc. “establishes an environment for students to collaborate, develop programs and products, fail and restart or pivot to a new concept, identify potential markets, and promote ideas as entrepreneurs.”

Business experience is not required, so even if the most entrepreneurial you’ve gotten since coming to college has been charging Barnard students two dollars for a JJ’s swipe, you may be interested in Res. Inc.

Applications are due by 11:59 this Sunday night (January 31) and should only take about 15 minutes to fill out in this online form.

Applicants MUST have guaranteed housing for the 2016-17 academic year. If that’s you, go on and apply! Your future bank statement will thank you.

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