The League is billed as a smart option to Tinder — if you are busy, committed, and super picky. But do not call it elitist.
Founder and CEO Amanda Bradford publicly blasted one student that is undergraduate doing this.
A senior at Stanford saw an internship when it comes to company on Twitter and commented that she had been “ashamed” to begin to see the company emerge from Stanford. (Bradford got her MBA there.)
“can you understand you will find many people on the market that are kinder, nicer, harder working, more devoted, passionate, and people that are interesting those who you imagine are ‘qualified’ for the solution,” the pupil published. “can you really have more elitist than this?”
In a 1,124-word reaction, Bradford shot right back that her application is 100% merit-based: Anyone can put on and join the application irrespective of earnings, career, history or training.