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Here’s what a couple of recent interns had to say about their time at SickEconomics.com:
“Hello everyone! My name is Matthew Rojas, and I am currently a senior at Boston College studying Finance and Entrepreneurship. During the summer of 2020, I interned for SickEconomics.com and had a fantastic experience. Over 10 weeks, I published 10 articles on the website in which I analyzed biotech stocks and provided associated financial analysis. I even had the chance to complete a capstone project involving the valuation of a privately-held biotech company. Having a portfolio of published articles is a differentiator and opened up many opportunities during my junior year of college. I am forever grateful for my time at SickEconomics.com and would highly recommend the internship program to undergraduates looking to improve both their communication and technical skills. Please feel free to reach out to me on LinkedIn with any questions.”
“I can’t thank Mr. Hershman enough for everything he taught me about finance, specifically pertaining to biotech and pharmaceutical companies. I learned how to critically analyze companies’ market value, their future potential value, pipeline medications and data from clinical trials. It was also a great opportunity to improve my written communication skills. An internship at Sick Economics was everything I had hoped for in my professional development and so much more.”
“I spent the summer of 2021 working under Dale as a Biotech Analyst Intern. I had a terrific experience writing articles about the financial side of the biotech industry. Dale provided constant guidance and feedback on how to structure my writing and how to analyze and find value in biotechs. While most of the internship was filled with independent work, I greatly benefitted from constant phone calls and FaceTime sessions with Dale during which I could pick his brain and ask any questions that came to mind. I appreciated my time at SickEconomics and highly recommend other curious analysts or students look into this position.”