The Weinstein Company is one of the most powerful studios in Hollywood, and securing an internship there is coveted by thousands of young people looking to break into the film industry every year. Of course, there are only a few spots open per semester, but we have great news: A Weinstein Company internship is being auctioned off for just five figures.

The internship is being sold on a website called Charitybuzz, and the auction's open to any college-enrolled student who has insanely rich parents with an inability to leverage their wealth into organically grown Hollywood connections. The bidding currently stands at $13,000.

According to the company, the "estimated value" of the internship is $50,000, which might be true if whoever wins this bid immediately gets a full-time job with the Weinstein Company. (That won't happen.) Charitybuzz also says the following:

We expect all winning bidders and their guests to conduct themselves appropriately when attending an experience won at Charitybuzz. Polite manners and respect for the generous donor and adherence to any rules or parameters are a must.

Which, since the winning bidder's son or daughter will be working for the Weinsteins, means it will be within reason to physically assault and verbally abuse basically anyone. Sounds like fun!

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