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Startups eye college-aged students taking gap year during coronavirus pandemic
Colleges welcoming students back to campus amid coronavirus pandemic
Iona College president Dr. Seamus Carey discusses how his college has reopened safely after being one of the first universities to close its doors when the pandemic broke out.
Startups are recruiting would-be college students taking a year off during the coronavirus pandemic with more schools going virtual only.
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Some freshman-aged students who won’t be able to take college courses inside a classroom, catch a football game or partake in Greek life and parties this fall as a result of COVID-19 are taking time off to look for internships and paid work instead, research suggests. So some Silicon Valley-based companies are taking advantage of the influx of potential new hires.