Indianapolis-based Angie's List Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI) is aiming to help launch the careers of more young business talent. The online consumer review company has started a fellowship program that includes five, one-year positions in three specific areas. October 2, 2013

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INDIANAPOLIS (October 2, 2013) – Angie’s List has launched a new program designed to find the best, brightest and most eager young people in the world and to jumpstart their careers.

“We’re really excited about the potential the Angie’s List Accelerator Fellowship brings because we know there’s a ton of great, young talent out there,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks.

The Accelerator Fellowship offers up to five, one-year positions within three areas of concentration: Marketing, Product, and Operations to new college graduates.

“We plan to challenge these young leaders every day and throw them right into the most important jobs we have here,” Hicks said. “We can’t wait to see what we can teach each other.”

Fellows will be mentored by leadership within the organization, interact with the Angie’s List executive team, and will have the opportunity to get involved with the community through the Angie’s List Developing Professionals Network (DPN).

Eligible candidates will be May 2014 graduates from an accredited college or university with:

• A 3.5 Cumulative GPA or higher.

• Demonstrated leadership skills showcased through academic, philanthropic, extracurricular, or internship and work experiences.

• A strong interest in driving the Angie’s List business and contributing to the growth of a rapidly expanding Indianapolis company.

Applications are being accepted through October 31, 2013.

To apply:


Angie's List helps consumers have happy transactions with local service professionals in more than 720 categories of service, ranging from home improvement to health care. More than 2 million subscribers across the U.S. share their consumer experiences and use Angie's List to gain unlimited access to local ratings, exclusive discounts, the Angie's List magazine, the Angie's List complaint resolution service and information about how to make the most of their home improvement projects.

Source: Angie's List

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