Are you interested in interning at a tech startup in the Bay Area this summer? Do you want to explore Silicon Valley and the startup ecosystem from the perspectives of engineers, investors, and founders?

Freestyle Capital is a leading seed-stage venture capital firm co-founded by Duke alum Josh Felser (T’86, B’90). The Freestyle Fellowship matches entrepreneurially-minded students with its San Francisco-based portfolio companies in engineering, design, product management, and business development roles for a summer-long internship. Freestyle Fellows are given an “inside look” of Silicon Valley and invited to sit in on VC pitches, meet with founders, and tour some of the world’s fastest-growing startups. Freestyle Fellows from this past summer were invited to visit companies such as Lyft, Square and Airtable.

 The Fellowship is open to all Duke students, undergraduate and graduate. Interns will be competitively compensated. You can read testimonials from past interns here:

 Applications extended to Sunday, November 3 at 11:59 PM.

Apply here:

 Please email any relevant questions to Caroline Brockett ’20 (, Miles Todzo ’20 (, or Jacob Young (