Originally Posted by KnockOut86
I would do it, and I would be happy doing it. You have to get experience/exposure somehow.
I took an unpaid internship at a company and a few months later they were offering me a full-time job in the worst job market in decades. Sometimes you gotta do what's best for you.
That is a good way to view it, as an unpaid internship. Actually, this one pays for your food and lodging, which is more than any other unpaid internship! For someone who is young and eager, this is a good way to build a resume at an entry-level position.