It may not be what he's best known for, but Chance the Rapper does a lot of good work in his hometown. In early March, he donated $1 million to Chicago Public Schools through Social Works, an organization the Chicago-native co-founded.
If you're looking to be one of the hundreds who have no doubt thrown their hat in the ring already, he wants resumes "formatted as creative decks, pitches or proposals" and sent along to email@example.com. While details are scarce, it might not be a bad gig. The rapper and activist was recently named on of Fortune's 50 Greatest World Leaders.
Naturally, an internship -- which may or may not be paid -- with Lil Chano inspired some immediate reactions that were not super helpful for whoever is in charge of the hiring.