The Premiere Student-Run Fellowship Program

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About PennApps Fellows


PennApps Fellows is a student-run organization that pairs talented students from around the country with startups in Philadelphia for a 10-week summer internship. If accepted into the program, you will work closely with a local Philly startup and partake in many of our program's features.


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Program Features


  1. Free Housing Provided
  2. Local Philly Tours
  3. Tech Talks
  4. Speaker Events
  5. Restaurant Outings
  6. Networking Opportunities
  7. And More

Get in Touch

fellows@pennapps.com

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The Team


Fabio Fleitas

Fabio is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania studying Computer Science with a minor in Engineering Entrepreneurship. He aspires to build a startup at Penn and has become more involved with the computer science and startup community this year. He envisions Philadelphia as a thriving entrepreneurial city and believes PennApps Fellows will help students see the abundant opportunities available here.

Sean Lynch

Sean Lynch is a sophomore studying Computer Science at the University of Pennsylvania. After attending his first PennApps early freshman year, he applied for the executive board and has been involved in recruiting volunteers and leading the sponsorship committee ever since then. He has an avid interest in digital community, web development and seeing his home city grow to meet student’s and entrepreneur’s incredible visions.

Ascanio Guarini

Ascanio is a sophomore at Swarthmore College studying Engineering. He is a member of the nvigor leadership team and is the nvigor lead on the PennApps Fellows program. He is also Business Manager for The Psych Report, a Philadelphia area startup offering a platform for psychology and behavioral economics based news reporting. He is interested in biotechnolgy and medical entrepreneurship and the potential for technology to change global health outcomes.