Boston, MA – EY-Parthenon – Software Consulting Internship

SSG is a consulting firm working with software companies and tech-focused investors to advise on growth strategy initiatives. This involves evaluating tech-focused markets as well as a company’s product capabilities, R&D organization, technical architecture, and cloud strategy.

We are looking for current juniors and seniors at Duke with a passion for software to join our team next summer! If you could pass along this email to students within I&E that would be great! If you have any questions or would like to learn more about day-to-day life at SSG, please send me an email and I am happy to chat!

Below is our list of events for this fall (all events will be posted on the Duke Careers website).

  • Coffee Chats (30 minutes slots) 9/8-9/9 4:30-6:30PM ET
  • EY-Parthenon General Info Session 9/13 6:00-7:00PM ET
  • EY-Parthenon SSG Info Session 9/14 8:00-9:00PM ET

Application deadline 9/17 11:59PM ET. Email ethan.c.eichelman@parthenon.ey.com for details and to apply.

Durham, Remote – LiveGlobally – Intern

LiveGlobally is a local non-profit, who serves our local and global communities affected by traumatic situations. We have a volunteer staff of enthusiastic and passionate people who care for those with needs.

We need an intern who can create a status & financial report from the past few years that depicts the successes we have had with our projects. We will post this on our website to help with fundraising and grants.

The deadline for such is December 2021.

For more information or to apply, contact: nina@nina-be.com

Duke – StudioDuke – Mentorship Opportunity

StudioDuke is a two-semester creative lab and mentorship program providing students the opportunity to take their advanced, on-going creative projects to the next level of awesome. StudioDuke is a collaboration among Duke I&E, the Duke Entertainment, Media & Arts Network (DEMAN), and Duke Arts.

Students are matched with creative industry professionals (including Duke alumni) for one-on-one mentorship that kicks off early in the fall semester.

Here’s how it works: Project submissions can range from advanced screenplays, films, stage plays, choreography, poetry, comedy, music composition or performance, to fine arts, digital media, and manuscripts — many developed during independent studies and in the classroom.

Submissions will be reviewed by the StudioDuke team to be selected into an annual StudioDuke cohort. Selected projects can be pursued by students as an independent study, an experiential component of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Certificate, or for no academic credit whatsoever.

Mentors: Each StudioDuke student will be paired with a mentor based on the nature of the project, its genre, and the industry expertise needed to shape and refine the creative venture. Student-mentor teams will work together throughout the semester and perhaps beyond to evaluate the creative potential of each project and then to edit, evolve, and elevate the work through creative iteration.

The goal is to bring each project to the point where it is ready to be presented to industry professionals. The StudioDuke team will help facilitate connections, resources, and logistics to support the project. Students will participate in programming aimed to help advance their creative projects and career opportunities.

StudioDuke is a virtual creative lab providing students the opportunity to take their creative projects to the next level of AWESOME. Submit films, screenplays, digital media, manuscripts, music, choreography, fine arts, etc. Students are matched with creative industry professionals (including Duke alumni) for one-on-one mentorship that kicks off early in the fall semester. All Duke students are eligible to apply.

Learn more here: https://entrepreneurship.duke.edu/arts-mentorship-program-studioduke/

Detroit, MI – ProsperUS Detroit – Community Internship

ProsperUs Detroit

Organization Overview

ProsperUs Detroit is a community economic development organization that infuses low-to-moderate
income communities with services and capital to support income generation, business growth, and
neighborhood revitalization from within. We do this in partnership with community organizations,
residents, local and national stakeholders, and, most importantly, entrepreneurs.

Our core programming includes:

  • Entrepreneur Training: We help emerging business owners get started with business planning
    classes and one-on-one support. Focused on the entrepreneur, we provide 12 classroom
    sessions at a community partner site paired with ten hours of one-on-one support that teaches
    the fundamentals of business and address specific needs.
  • Business Services: We help entrepreneurs connect to professional service providers and provide
    grants to support their investment in projects. Through intentional investments on our part, we
    connect business owners with trusted providers who are skilled in legal, marketing, graphic
    design, accounting, and several more services.
  • Microlending: We provide access to capital through a relationship-based lending process
    designed to meet entrepreneur needs. Through trusted relationships, we coach business owners
    every step of the way to secure a loan that fits their needs regardless of their previous financial
    experiences.

For the last ten years, ProsperUs has served as a catalyst for small business development in
neighborhoods. We have partnered with community members, neighborhood organizations, and
resource providers to respond to the needs of emerging and experienced entrepreneurs in our
community to serve over 1300 entrepreneurs. We are energized and inspired by neighborhood business
leaders and work to ensure they have the resources needed to succeed.

Project Proposal Description

For the last several months, ProsperUs Detroit has been the lead organization for the Anchor Business
Project. A collaboration with the New Economy Initiative (NEI), this is a pilot project that infuses
selected businesses with capital ($25K grants) and is pairing that with coordinated coaching and
technical assistance (TA) ($6,250 TA budget). The coaching and TA are a partnership between ProsperUs
and community development organizations (CDOs) where we intend to examine the impact on the
experiences of businesses, business owners, and commercial corridors. This project is managed by
ProsperUs on behalf of The Kresge Foundation in partnership with NEI. Our CDO partners include
Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation, Jefferson East, Inc., Live6 Alliance, Midtown Detroit,
Inc., NW Goldberg Cares, Osborn Neighborhood Alliance, and Southwest Detroit Business Association.

The pilot nature of this project means that ProsperUs is extremely interested in what we can learn from
and build into future opportunities. We are seeking a Duke Community Intern to support with project
evaluation measures including, but not limited to:

  • Creating, interpreting, and analyzing survey data and results;
  • Performing interviews with business owners, CDO partners, and coaches;
  • Interpreting and analyzing interview content;
  • Creating storytelling mechanisms for project outcomes; and,
  • Supporting the project management of technical assistance project budgets.

Target Outcomes

ProsperUs and NEI are thrilled for this opportunity for collaboration with partners throughout the city.
We are hopeful that the results of this pilot will bolster other initiatives of this kind in additional
neighborhoods in Detroit as well as other cities nationally. To support this aspiration, this project will:

  • Create valuable datasets and associated analysis;
  • Value multiple “ways of knowing” by utilizing multiple evaluation methods;
  • Develop storytelling collateral (interviews, recordings, video, photography); and
  • Contribute to the overall ethos of collaboration and community.

Categorization of Project

  • Strategic
  • Marketing
  • Scaling

Supervisor: Joanna Dueweke-Perez, Director of Operations & Programs
Contact: jduewekeperez@prosperusdetroit.org // (313) 586-0596

Remote (Philadelphia, PA) – Dorm Room Fund – Investment Partner

Dorm Room Fund (https://www.dormroomfund.com/), the original student-run venture fund spun out of First Round Capital. Our nationwide teams of student investment partners are instrumental in helping us locate and invest in the most promising startups. To date, we’ve invested in over 300 companies (some household names like Snackpass and Brooklinen), creating over $3B in value! This month, we’re excited to announce the DRF Family will be growing — we’re on the lookout for **new Investment Partners** to join our teams! (Undergrad, MBA, masters, PhD, all students welcome to apply!)

Applications (https://join.dormroomfund.com/) for new investment partners officially launch on **September 8,** so mark it on your calendar and **sign up to our newsletter**, The Syllabus (https://dormroomfund.substack.com/), for application updates and other exclusive nuggets of information. You are always welcome to email me at ansh@dormroomfund.com or info@dormroomfund.com with questions in the meantime.

Finally, we’re very excited to invite you to our virtual **How to Break into VC AMA on Friday 9/10,** from **5-5:45 pm ET**. Join Chauncey Hamilton (former COO at Dorm Room Fund and Partner at XYZ Ventures) and Bruno Faviero (DRF and MIT alum, trailblazing 3x tech founder, angel investor, and General Partner at Alloy Fund)! We’ll be chatting about all things paths into VC and raising a fund, key career learnings, their time at DRF and much more. **Register [here](https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAscuytpjMtHNXyINsyjRrh9Jm9Xg86RHK9)** for Zoom information and more details of the event.

We look forward to learning all about you, and welcoming you to our AMA next Friday! Don’t hesitate to reach out to either myself or Dorm Room Fund if you have any questions in the meantime.

San Francisco – Contrary – Venture Partner

Contrary is recruiting a new class of talented and diverse Venture Partners!

Contrary is a VC fund that identifies and invests in exceptional talent, backed by the founders of Tesla, Reddit, Twitch, Facebook and many more unicorns. We invest up to $2M in a small number of startups each year, and work closely alongside them to build enduring businesses.

If you’re excited by the idea of investing in exceptional university founders, having an excuse to talk to smart people working on cool things, and being a part of an awesome community, join us!

We’re hosting a virtual national info session on Tuesday, September 7th at 5pm PT/8pm ET. We’ll also have a Duke-specific meet & greet soon. Register for both of these at contrarycap.com/join.

Feel free to also reach out to me at ryanchang@contrarycap.com if you have any questions!

RTP – Hydrean – Sales Associate Intern

Sales Associate Intern

Who We Are

Hydrean is a pioneer in the intersection of tactile mindfulness and mindful jewelry. We’re on a
movement to help people reclaim their attention so they can focus on the people and things that
truly matter. The Hydrean was designed and patented by world-renowned artist Michael Kliën
(Professor at Duke University) and have successfully piloted with Duke’s Kenan Institute of Ethics
across a group of students as an overall initiative to promote awareness and skills for purposeful
living. We are a start-up based in the Research Triangle Area in NC and are looking to accelerate our
growth in the next couple of years.

What We Are Looking For

We are looking for a driven Sales Associate to drive our go to market across both Enterprise and
Consumer segments of our business. You will be working in a small and nimble team, and directly
with the founder(s) where your input can truly make a difference. You will need to wear many hats,
work smart, and iterate quickly. You will be expected to consistently deliver and you like to be
challenged by the seemingly impossible.

What You Will Do
● Drive sales results in a manner consistent with Hydrean’s core values;
● Formulate key strategies for Enterprise go to market plans and core customer
segments;
● Develop, nurture, manage, and convert Enterprise sales across key customer segments;
● Ideate and execute growth strategies for Consumer (D2C) business

Who You Are
● You have a keen interest in mental wellbeing, meditation/mindfulness, or health-related
technologies and trends;
● You work smart, and can think creatively around obstacles you’ve encountered every
step of the way;
● You possess the entrepreneurial drive and demonstrated ability to achieve stretch goals
in an innovative and fast-paced environment;
● You are willing to roll up sleeves and get the job done;
● You possess a “can do” attitude.

Perks
● Hands-on training and mentorship from leadership;
● Unparalleled opportunity to drive direct results with partnership from rest of the
organization;
● We’re result-oriented, so you pick how and when you work;
● Remote-first work culture;
● Commission + bonus structure, with potential for profit share

 

We encourage interested undergraduate students to get in touch with us – this is the time to be part of a founding team and develop and shape the growth of a new company.

Expressions of interest should be addressed to Runbin Dong @ contact@hydrean.com.

RTP – Hydrean – Social Media Marketing Intern

Social Media Marketing Intern

Who We Are

Hydrean is a pioneer in the intersection of tactile mindfulness and mindful jewelry. We’re on a
movement to help people reclaim their attention so they can focus on the people and things that
truly matter. The Hydrean was designed and patented by world-renowned artist Michael Kliën
(Professor at Duke University) and has successfully piloted with Duke’s Kenan Institute of Ethics
across a group of students as an overall initiative to promote awareness and skills for purposeful
living. We are a start-up based in the Research Triangle Area in NC and are looking to accelerate
our growth in the next couple of years.

What We Are Looking For

We are looking for a creative and driven Social Media and Marketing Intern to help drive the
strategy, creation, development, and implementation of marketing campaigns across various online
channels. You will be working in a small and nimble team, and directly with the founder(s) where
your input can truly make a difference. You will need to wear many hats, work smart, and iterate
quickly. You will be expected to consistently deliver and you like to be challenged by the
seemingly impossible.

What You Will Do

● You understand the fundamentals of a social business, and are driven to promote the values we
stand by;
● You will understand and inform marketing direction through extensive market research and
customer discovery;
● You will create original marketing campaign proposals, review with team, and iterate based on
feedback;
● You will execute on approved campaigns and have ownership over the results you deliver;
● You will continuously monitor your campaigns’ KPIs, strategize on ways to improve cost per
acquisition across various channels;
● You will work collaboratively to lead initiatives that promote organic growth over paid
growth;
● You will work with the team to research, propose, partner, negotiate, and maintain key
relationships with influencers in the market.

Who You Are

● You are working towards a Bachelor’s, MS, or MBA degree in a related field;

● You work smart, and can think creatively around obstacles you’ve encountered every step of the
way;
● You possess the entrepreneurial drive and demonstrated ability to achieve stretch goals in an
innovative and fast-paced environment;
● You are willing to roll up sleeves and get the job done;
● You possess a “can do” attitude.

Perks

● Hands-on training and mentorship from leadership
● Unparalleled opportunity to drive the creation and execution of marketing campaigns from
scratch (under proper guidance and supervision)
● Potential to create a category-defining consumer product
● Remote-first work culture

 

We encourage interested undergraduate students to get in touch with us – this is the time to be part of a founding team and develop and shape the growth of a new company.

Expressions of interest should be addressed to Runbin Dong @ contact@hydrean.com.

Durham, NC – SCOHP – Health Policy Case Competition

Want to gain experience in developing and delivering major healthcare innovations? Interested in health policy, entrepreneurship, consulting, business, or healthcare?

Duke undergraduate students of all backgrounds are invited to participate in the second annual Health Policy Case Competition which will be hosted on September 10th and 11th, 2021 in collaboration with Duke Student Collaborative on Health Policy (SCOHP), Duke Consulting Club, Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy, and RTI International.

As a participant, you will gain the opportunity to simulate business problem-solving oriented towards healthcare and network with industry leaders. The first-place team will receive a $1000 cash prize, second place will receive $500, and third place will receive $250!

Apply here today as either an individual or as a member of up to a 5-member team by September 5. No prior experience is necessary: https://forms.gle/pj6WFa1uCXNApMyi6

Remote – Momentum Learning – Internship

Join Momentum’s marketing team this fall for a challenging and rewarding paid, part-time (8-15 hours a week) content marketing internship. Momentum, a code school located in Durham, North Carolina, is looking for a prolific, research-driven content marketing intern to support our team in writing and producing various types of
content relevant to the tech industry.

What you’ll do:

• Collaborate with the marketing team, executives, and industry experts to produce relevant content and
topics of research that meets the needs of key stakeholders and our audiences
• Remain current on developments and issues within the tech education industry
• Prepare thoughtful, accurate, and well-written pieces for external distribution
• Coordinate all activities for custom research projects
• Handle multiple projects simultaneously and resolve possible conflicts
• Conduct research within the tech industry to support report development
• Assist with website updates and social media strategy

What we’re looking for:

• Students with strong research and analytical skills with interests in business strategy, technology, and
start-ups
• Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with an emphasis on professional writing
• Students currently enrolled in an undergraduate program from an accredited college or university
• Technical experience not necessary

If interested, please send a resume and writing sample to Sara Morris at sara@momentumlearn.com. Start date is flexible, but looking for someone who can start ideally in early September 2021.

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