Takeoff Health (takeoffhealth.com) is a product research and software development company built to help people on their health and wellness journey. We’re looking for a Marketing Intern to join our team immediately to help with social media, branding, and content creation. This position is currently unpaid and we are looking for 3-5 hours of work per week. Our team is happy to provide networking and letter of recommendation support to interns. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information if interested.
Takeoff Health (takeoffhealth.com) is a product research and software development company built to help people on their health and wellness journey. We’re looking for a Research Intern to join our team immediately to help with product/market research, partnerships, and user experience research. This position is currently unpaid and we are looking for 3-5 hours of work per week. Our team is happy to provide networking and letter of recommendation support to interns. Please reach out to email@example.com for more information if interested.
Acre is a venture-backed real estate finance and technology company on a mission to create the best way to experience homeownership. Acre’s founders are seasoned entrepreneurs who believe that ownership matters and that buying a home need not be the biggest financial decision of your life. Acre’s model empowers people to buy high quality homes in great neighborhoods, share in the upside of ownership, and care for the home at a lower cost — and without any debt.
The Acre team is excited to offer an internship opportunity for a customer-focused, entrepreneurial mentee to support the development and implementation of Acre’s capital markets strategy. This person will work alongside Acre’s founding team at an especially interesting economic period of high interest rates, constrained supply, and limited price discovery. The Acre team’s hope is that upon completion, the intern will be better equipped to lead strategic efforts related to fundraising, new market entry, and financial analysis. Specific efforts during this internship may include:
+ Gathering, cleaning, and interpreting real estate data across multiple markets in the U.S.
+ Researching potential investors and debt providers — both venture and real estate
Acre will be bringing on one intern with strong analytical and communication skills (both verbal and written). This person should have an interest in entrepreneurship, finance, or investment management.
This is a paid internship. Weekly commitment and total duration are flexible.
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
*About Anthos Capital:
Anthos Capital is Los Angeles’ largest venture capital and growth equity firm with $4B+ in assets under management. We focus on investments in consumer and gaming startups and have made investments in companies and games like VRChat, RamenVR [Zenith: The Last City], Odyssey Interactive [Omega Strikers], Singularity 6 [Palia], Discord, goPuff, and Honey to name a few.
We’re looking to bring on individuals passionate about video games, technology and esports to join us as playtesters. Only a love for games is required for this role, no background experience! You will play an active role in giving feedback on games, plug-ins and apps in various phases of development. You will also help test plugins and other apps the firm may like to get feedback and thoughts on. This is a part-time, remote role with flexible hours. Scouts are expected to commit roughly 1 – 5 hours per week to the role.
*Opportunities for Scouts:
– Access to exclusive playtests of highly anticipated games from industry leaders and developers.
– Exclusive fireside chats and meetings with Anthos investors, game developers and other high-profile speakers
– Regular game nights with the Anthos community
– Participation as a Scout may qualify for academic credit at most universities
-Access to internship opportunities with Anthos, game developers, and other companies in our network for those interested in business/investing
-Opportunity to identify companies for investment
-Individuals with a strong interest and knowledge of video games.
-At least 13 years old
-Access to a gaming platform of some kind (i.e. PC, Console, Mobile, or VR)
-Interest in MMOs, MOBAs, FPSs and other online multiplayer games
-Willingness to test new apps and plugins
Please contact: email@example.com
Venture Connect 2023 – Event and Volunteer Management Intern – Spring Semester
The Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) has made a commitment to invest in the next wave of talent-seeking roles at premier, high-growth startups in the Triangle. The CED Alumni group of former interns, contract and full-time employees are deeply rooted across the startup ecosystem and continue to contribute to growing startups in our region. They share their stories on how they got their first job at a CED event, or met their co-founder through mutual connection to the organization. This can be part of your story, too.
Venture Connect is CED’s annual 2-day summit that focuses on connecting and empowering entrepreneurial companies in the region with partners, investors, and other organizations to accelerate business growth. VC features 100+ company pitches from seed and growth stage ventures, growth stories from the region, investor pitches, and in-person networking. With over 1,000 attendees, it’s an exciting, “all hands on deck” event, and we need your help to manage the event logistics and the many volunteers that come with it.
This is a 10-week spring semester internship beginning in January 2023 for 10-20 hours per week. Please note, Venture Connect will be held March 29-30, 2023 and we do expect your help on-site that week. As a CED intern, you will have the opportunity to work directly with our team members and gain valuable insights from their expertise. Candidates should have a demonstrated interest in startups, entrepreneurship, and events. Projects may include:
● Help recruit and manage student volunteers to help on-site at Venture Connect
● Work on updating and adding content to the website as well as the event app
● Keep track of registration and company application databases
● Attend Venture Connect-related meetings with internal staff, vendors, and sponsors
● Create pre-/post-event surveys to capture opportunities to create valuable experiences
● Work closely with Conference & Event Associate, CEO, and marketing consultant on implementing
new Venture Connect brand and marketing strategy
● Learn essential business platforms – Salesforce, FormAssembly, G-suite, Slack, Asana
Compensation and Requirements:
● Please note CED internships are unpaid positions for college credits
● Current enrollment at a college/university with a letter stating you will receive college credit
● Based in the Triangle with reliable transportation to work at the CED office (RTP)
● Availability to work at least 10-20 hours per week
Interested candidates should send their resume and a brief cover letter to Elaina Bade, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for developers who are curious about creating meaningful use cases using blockchain technology.
Decane is conducting interviews for the following positions:
Encryption zero knowledge proof
Knowledgeable about IPFS
Front end design is a plus
Our demo will be finished on December 15th, 2022. Fuqua MBA Candidates and students enrolled in the I&E Graduate Certificate will enroll in and receive class credit for “New Business Ventures” taught by Jamie Jones. Undergraduate I&E certificate participants will earn 150-300 hours with a startup for their requirements. This role qualifies for any I&E undergrad certificate student needing a 150-hour and a 300-hour experience at a startup to earn their certificate. Students not in these programs as well as external non-students can receive flexible compensation packages.
Creyo is a new app aimed at unleashing the world’s creativity. The experiences is a “Headspace for Creativity”, with short exercises that allows users to build a daily creative habit.
Seeking a student who’s passionate about creativity, technology and marketing to help us understand our users. Project definition is flexible, and could include:
– Research to estimate user acquisition costs and benchmark user retention and churn
– Market sizing (TAM/SAM/SOM)
– User and market-discovery interviews
– Growth marketing strategy
MVP on the App Store (iOS) at https://apps.apple.com/us/app/creyo-create/id1588772670. Position is unpaid as Creyo is fundraising but there is potential for compensation once funding is secured. To learn more please send a resume to Josh Seidenfeld (Fuqua/Nicholas ’15) at email@example.com.
Pause For Women is virtual care program for women throughout the menopausal transition. Pause was developed by Dr. Kara McElligott Park, former Duke Faculty and alumni of the Masters of Management and Clinical Informatics (MMCI) program. Pause is more than just a clinic – patients can attend virtual clinic visits, but content is being developed for online classes and a monitored support community.
Dr. McElligott Park, has 13 years of clinical experience as an academic OB/GYN physician. She has also worked in clinical research, business and medical informatics. She has personally mentored countless medical students and residents during her academic career.
Responsibilities for this position will include:
– Posting events and updates on social media
– Identifying consumer market opportunities, social media communication and networking
– Coordinating online meetings and class activities
– Assist with development of patient education materials
Excellent candidates for the position will be passionate about women’s health care, and entrepreneurship. They will be comfortable working with social media, google workspace, and have excellent interpersonal and writing skills.
This is an excellent opportunity for a student interested in innovation in a health care field. Business or marketing students would also benefit.
This job opportunity is paid and part-time. The start date is December 15, 2022. To apply please send your resume and a cover letter to Kara@mcelligottparkmd.com.
Job opening on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3325237017
Start date is flexible but looking to fill this role actively. In most cases would start with an initial project for a month or so to get a feel for fit.
Here at Storage Scholars, we do common things uncommonly well. We are a full service moving and storage company offering exceptionally convenient solutions for college students across the country. We are a rapidly growing company that values both personal and professional growth for our entire team. If you thrive in fast-paced environments with a “do what it takes” philosophy, this is the place for you.
We look for students that are gritty, tenacious, adaptable, and persistent. The operations and marketing intern role is a dynamic position that takes smart, hard-working students, and gives them the hard and soft skills to succeed in the business world. You will learn how to think, act, and execute like a business owner. At the end of it all, we want you to leave us ready to start your own company – THAT IS OUR GOAL.
So, what does it take to be a Storage Scholar?
freshman, sophomore, or junior at your university pursuing an undergraduate degree – all majors welcome to apply
an intense work ethic – we work until the job is done
a growth mindset – we want you to grow with the company
excellent problem solving skills – you must be able to think outside the box, and on your feet
leadership skills – you will be leading a group of your peers through the move-in and move-out process
exceptional communication skills – you interact with us, your customers, and your campus team constantly
a desire to learn – this role embodies “on-the-job” learning
high personal standards – everything we do is elite, and we expect your work to support that
the ability to hear and implement constructive feedback – on this team, we teach each other every single day
a high level of connectedness within your college campus – you are the boots on the ground marketing, and your campus success relies primarily on you
a jump right in, can-do attitude – “I can’t” is not in our team vocabulary
The internship program centers around 8 weeks of highly specialized training on a learning management system. You will work through weekly modules that instruct you on all aspects of our business, from back-end operations to client-facing interactions. Through this, you will gain exposure to high-level information as well and specific, complex processes. The LMS modules are manageable, but fast-paced: you must be able to absorb information quickly and efficiently to be successful. You must also demonstrate a strong personal responsibility for your learning.
As you go through the training program, you will take on tasks outside of the modules. The first few months of your internship (February-April), these tasks will focus almost entirely on marketing and sales. You will network with students and parents, speak to organizations and social groups, and more. Through these activities, you will develop the ability to efficiently and effectively communicate the value proposition of our service while successfully closing sales. Each week, you and your executive team lead will meet to discuss your training and evaluate your performance based on sales metrics. These metrics will be tracked throughout the sales period on your campus. At Storage Scholars, we set goals, and then we crush them. We have full faith that your performance will be no different in this regard.
After the sales period on your campus closes, the operations and logistics portion of your internship will begin. We are a service-based company that offers exceptionally convenient moving and storage for college students nationwide. In order to fulfill that purpose, we rely on the talent of exceptional students like you. If we had to summarize this portion of your internship in one sentence, we’d say that you “manage the process (from start to finish) of moving a student from their dorm to storage and back.” However, the operations side of your role is SO much more than just this. You are the point person and lead manager on your campus for everything related to getting students moved conveniently, efficiently, and successfully.
Of course, you won’t be able to do this alone. You have the support of Storage Scholars’ executive team, but you need physical labor to get all of this done. In the pursuit of our mission to develop the next generation of business leaders by providing meaningful job opportunities, we employ undergraduate students from your university to support you on the moving team. So, in addition to managing the high-level operations, you will also recruit and lead a team of your peers to make this all happen. This is an unbeatable opportunity to develop and polish your leadership skills in a real-world setting.
In your role, you will have opportunities to connect with the highest tier of professionals (yes, the elusive C-suite). We’ve all done some or all of your role at some point, so we’re here to guide you and help you. Plus, it’s not our first rodeo. We’ve watched student after student come into this role at the same place you are, and emerge with success they did not even know was possible. We are so excited for you to continue that track record of success.
So, are you ready to be our next operations and marketing intern?
This role demands your best input, and we believe in rewarding that. Our company was founded with the goal of reducing student debt through meaningful internship opportunities. As such, this role provides a competitive compensation package. The exact compensation varies from school to school, but on average, our marketing and operations interns make $17+ per hour they put in over the course of the semester. This has translated to anywhere from $5,000 to $21,000 for our most dedicated interns in the past.
Don’t just take our word for it! Here’s what our past interns have to say!
“Storage Scholars provides students with the real opportunity to implement theoretical studies with real-life scenarios. It expanded my knowledge of marketing, management, and sales. I learned everything from graphic design to Excel formulas. Storage Scholars allows you to become a business person while still at school.”
-Carter Shannon, 2021 Campus Intern
“The internship with Storage Scholars changed my life. It challenged me professionally like no other opportunity has, and it exposed me to a new side of the business world I didn’t know I enjoyed. I was trusted with a high-level of responsibility that pushed me to my full potential. If you are ready to commit to your professional success, this is the place for you.”
-Clare Mulholland, 2022 Campus Intern
“The position is a wonderful opportunity for students to manage and lead. The position vastly improved my organization, creativity and leadership skills, while also allowing me to get to know hundreds of students that I helped move out and into their college living spaces. You are put in some high stress situations, but those situations are reflective of the business world and you become a better person personally and professionally because of it. Additionally, the compensation structure allows your pay to be a product of the work you put in. I am incredibly thankful for my time at Storage Scholars.”
-Holden Buchanan, 2022 Campus Intern