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Durham/Remote – Plum – Interships: Product Market Research, Marketing Specialist, Financial Modelling

Plum is the simplest way for people to buy and own homes together. Plum helps people explore if co-ownership is right for them, and if so, guides them through a simple process to help them generate the proper legal documentation to protect the interests of each member of the group and the relationships between them. Following purchase, Plum provides easy-to-use tools to help co-owners manage their shared home and resolve issues gracefully.

Plum’s founder, Matt Williamson, is a serial entrepreneur with 20 years of executive level experience in entrepreneurship, including being the CEO and co-founder of Windsor Circle, a predictive marketing company that won Google Demo Day, was featured in the Inc500 fastest growing companies, and raised over $15M in venture capital, and grew to 80 employees before a successful acquisition.

These internships are opportunities to work with a leading entrepreneur at the very beginning of the entrepreneurial journey. You will receive exposure to the early stage formative process, including product market research, product development, demand generation and capitalization strategy. As a pre-product, pre-revenue company, these internships are offered as unpaid, but represent a tremendous opportunity learn from a tenured entrepreneur, to build one’s resume and to contribute meaningfully to Plum’s first steps.

Immediate Internship Opportunities Exist for the Following Capacities:

1) *Product Market Research Internship* – In this role, the successful intern will engage in primary market research in the form of interviews with existing and potential co-homeowners, across multiple segments, and in secondary research in the form of identifying industry statistics, channel partners and competitors. The successful candidate will be insanely curious, a tremendous listener, and a capable conversationalist who can keep interviewees engaged. This intern must also be good with research and documentation, and proficient in synthesizing trends and patterns from the data. The Product Market Research Intern will gain insights into how to perform market research, how to use tools like Lean Canvases and journey maps, and how to successfully and succinctly summarize and present findings. This role is 20-40 hours a week and can be in person or remote, starting immediately.

2) *Marketing Specialist Internship* – This exciting role will create the public persona of Plum. Key activities include writing marketing copy, designing website content, and building a demand generation funnel to capture leads and drive them to commitment. There will be opportunities to write advertising copy as well. The successful applicant will gain exposure to website development tools, email marketing platforms, CRM and automated lifecycle marketing. This candidate will submit writing samples during the interview process to demonstrate proficiency. This role is 20-40 hours per week and can be in person or remote, starting immediately.

3) *Financial Modelling / Pro Forma Internship* – Plum will need a financial model to guide decision making about capitalization and investment, forecast decisions about staffing and costs, and to perform sensitivity analysis on key factors of the business. The successful candidate will have experience with financial modeling and accounting, and will play an active role in early stage capitalization strategy. This candidate will present a financial model and demonstrate the ability to present and modify the model based on questions as part of the interview process. This role is 15-30 hours per week and can be in person or remote, starting immediately.

Please apply by sending an email to and include the following:
LinkedIn profile (link)
A “cover letter” (you can just write it in the email) expressing why you are interested in this particular opportunity, what you think you can uniquely contribute, and something fun about yourself
Your availability (both in terms of hours per week, and which dates)

NC – Duke-UNICEF Innovation Accelerator – EADS Student Worker (+more)

The Eads Family Undergraduate Research Endowment Fund provides funding to encourage undergraduate public policy majors to become involved in faculty research projects

Please apply directly to the person listed in the position description, providing a resume and explanation of your interest in the position.

Please note: to receive EADS funding over the summer, you must reside in NC. No exceptions can be made to this rule, as Duke policies dictate that EADS recipients live in NC.  Please see Student Summer Employment Questions here.

Juniors or sophomores might have an opportunity to build on the experience by choosing to write an honors thesis.

Duke-UNICEF Innovation Accelerator
Faculty: Matthew Nash
Reports to: Taylor Conger
Apply to:

The Duke-UNICEF Innovation Accelerator (DUIA), housed at Duke’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative, supports social entrepreneurs solving the most pressing water, sanitation, and hygiene challenges facing children and youth across Africa. The EADS student worker will help improve DUIA’s overall communications and program strategy through active research. Specifically, working to improve DUIA’s social media presence and raising the profile of our innovators through social media, increasing the number and quality of DUIA blogs, and exploring other vehicles for telling the DUIA story and the stories of our innovators. Students will also help in the planning and execution of virtual site visits with DUIA innovators, support the planning and execution of DUIA events including skill-building webinars, particularly the 2021 Fall Virtual Forum on Social Innovation, and improve our mentorship program strategy.

Other available positions can be found here.

Durham, NC – FeedStation – C#/.NET Developer

FeedStation is hiring a C#/.NET Developer to join our high-growth startup that is revolutionizing eCommerce for Automotive and Powersports sellers. In essence, we are a bunch of data nerds with a car problem.

The ideal candidate will help build unique solutions to complex problems and work with the leadership team to define FeedStation’s product roadmap. You’ll have the opportunity to own client implementations through the software lifecycle. You’ll be supported throughout your career by a team that cares about your development and getting things done.

We’re looking for someone with a proven track record of achievement to join our smart, collaborative, no BS team.

In order to succeed, you must have superior problem-solving skills, work with a variety of data formats and APIs, and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, remote environment with tight deadlines.

You will be required to code a lot, implement specs, test, and document your progress. You must be comfortable collaborating with, mentoring, and helping Junior Developers on the team.

As a member of the FeedStation team, you will have a number of opportunities to grow and thrive. You will work directly with the CEO, COO, and Sr. Developers to drive projects, develop innovative solutions to complex business problems, and inform the architecture of FeedStation’s technology.

A growth mindset, strong problem-solving skills, and excellent communication skills are a must.

Essential Functions

  • Work with the leadership team to enhance FeedStation’s platform, integration services, and monitoring capabilities.
  • Establish new integrations with complex systems including shopping carts, ERPs, and client databases.
  • Develop complex workflows and automation to ensure client success.
  • Improve the overall functionality of the FeedStation platform to enhance operations and streamline business processes.
  • Provide feedback for product development, features, and enhancements.
  • Support Sr. Developers and Technical Support Specialists with new client implementations and by addressing client issues.
  • Support the sales team in a technical/implementation capacity as needed.
  • You tell us! Your opinion matters and much of your job function will be tied to solving complex problems you identify and lead through execution.


  • Verifiable history of meeting goals and being an exceptional individual performer and teammate.
  • 2+ years experience with C#, .NET, and SQL Server. Moderate- experience with .NET Framework 4.7.2 or later is preferred.
  • Experience consuming and building APIs.
  • Transforming data from XML, JSON, CSV, text into any other format
  • Ability to solve and effectively communicate complex business problems.
  • Demonstrable skills working with SQL databases.
  • Experience working with stored procedures, UDFs, triggers, UDTs, etc.
  • Direct experience with at least one development ETL language/technology, preferably SSIS
  • Some experience working with cloud environments including AWS (eC2, S3) and Microsoft Azure.
  • Comfortable working independently and remotely while juggling multiple projects and priorities.
  • Local candidates to the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill (RDU) area required.
  • An ability to experiment, execute, and stay hungry is required.

As a member of the FeedStation team, you must:

  • Strive for better
  • Express enthusiasm and tenacity
  • Maintain a can-do attitude
  • Be client-focused
  • Focus on doing the right thing

Company Description:

FeedStation is on a mission to reimagine what’s possible for the eCommerce industry. We reject a one-size-fits-all notion to growing your business and believe the best technology must meet the unique needs of each customer. That’s why we created FeedStation. Our company specializes in the automotive and power sports market because we understand the unique challenges and constraints automotive sellers face when managing complex data across sources. Our platform provides the most powerful technology in the market. Our approach leverages flexible integrations, custom automations, and a strong partnership with a team of eCommerce gurus.

If interested, email

Durham – BIOMILQ – Computer Science Student Associate

BIOMILQ is developing technology to make breastmilk outside the body, produced from mammary cells. We’re making the future of feeding fearless, and 100% human by offering families a new option for supplemental feeding — one that’s as close to breastmilk as possible and cultivated under safe conditions using our first-of-its-kind technology.

Our provisional patent-pending process leverages the unique biological properties of milk-producing mammary epithelial cells combined with bioreactor technology developed to collect secreted cellular products. The high-density, 3-dimensional system provides similar structural features as the mammary gland, creating the appropriate environment for the cells to reproduce their biological function of milk production, outside of the body. Our process enables us to produce milk that requires no downstream separation, concentration, or intensive thermal processing so we can retain all 2500+ molecules of milk in the perfect constellation for bioavailability and digestibility in infants.

Applications are due April 25, 2021

This position might be for you if:

You are a technical leader

You have conducted experimental research or project design involving at least one or more of the following: coding for life sciences, cell culture, biological and biochemical assays, small-scale engineering design, statistical analysis, literature review

You are comfortable performing critical analyses and interpreting data for actionable decision-making that impacts the greater company

As a life-long learner, you keep a pulse on current relevant scientific literature and innovation within your field

You like to move fast, but are able to maintain meticulous record-keeping

You are a cross-functional powerhouse

You enjoy working closely with teammates to complete deliverables of a caliber to be used in funding applications, investor updates, and publications

You thrive when your input for scientific strategic skills is leveraged, is actively engaging in regular scientific, and broader all-hands team meetings

You have an innate ability to articulate complex topics to a scientific audience as easily as your own family

You love tackling challenging problems with a team

You believe in our mission of working towards better infant nutrition, women’s health, and sustainability

As a conscientious teammate, you’re curious to learn from co-workers and share your personal passions

You enjoy working collaboratively with a broad and diverse team and stepping outside of your comfort zone

You’re naturally inclined to think critically and creatively to work through murky problems with limited resources

Ambiguity is your jam and you’re able to strive ahead without direction

You hold yourself and others to the utmost ethical standards in all scientific and professional endeavors

Qualifications & Preferred Experience

Rising undergraduate senior or graduate student in computer science, statistics, biological or chemical engineering, or another applicable STEM field

Preferred experience with independent hypothesis generation, experimental design, implementation, and analysis
Background knowledge

Experience creating dashboards or other data trending tools for life sciences
Familiarity with statistical analysis methods and software
Can build us a cloud-based application or Tableau dashboard using data we have generated in the lab along with partnering with our Ph.D. Scientists to help us look at scale-up planning
System controls experience or Computer Science
Experience with cellular biology concepts

Basic understanding of cell-based manufacturing, scale-up and/or bioprocess and bioreactor design considerations

Benefits and Compensation

Preference is given to local students (no relocation assistance provided)
Expected to work 40 hours per week with one week vacation (July 3-11)
Paid summer stipend commensurate to experience
Guaranteed mentorship with C-suite leaders committed to developing your professional skills
Assurance that your contributions support and advance BIOMILQ’s strategic imperatives
Starting with a cohort of student associates with frequent group meetings and experiential learning

For application information, email

Durham – Audacity Labs – Facilitator/Coach for High School Entrepreneurship Summer Camps

Audacity Labs: Summer Entrepreneurship Camps for Durham Public Schools 9th-12th grade

Position Title: Facilitator/Coach

Position Description:
• Implement Camp Curriculum (based on IDEO Design Kit for Entrepreneurship)
• Facilitate Workshops (utilizing an async workflow from REV Accelerator and Slack)
• Manage Speakers per week
• Mentor during Office Hours
• Coordinate breaks and lunch
• Collect and analyze data, including pre/post surveys, attendance

Camps will be offered during the following weeks:

1. June 14, 2021 (9:30 AM – 3:30 PM)

2. June 21, 2021 (9:30 AM – 3:30 PM)

3. July 12, 2021 (9:30 AM – 3:30 PM)

4. July 19, 2021 (9:30 AM – 3:30 PM)

Location will be in-person at a local high school.

This is a paid position: $15/hr.

Applicants may apply for a single or multiple weeks.

Please send a resume and a letter of interest to Anjanette Miller at

Durham, NC – ARC: Advanced Robotic Construction – Software Engineer

Our goal in the coming months at ARC: Advanced Robotic Construction is to automate the construction of home components, such as wall panels. As a software engineer, you will help us meet this goal by writing ROS infrastructure, performing computer vision with deep learning, and various other geometric problems.

We have over $107 million in letters of intent that we will begin fulfilling soon, and your work will be a crucial part of helping us progress fast enough technologically to meet that goal. If you want to be one of the very first people to work at an exciting new robotics company automating one of the biggest markets in the world, apply to join us at ARC!

We are looking for someone to start as early as possible in May, and the internship will be 10-12 weeks, with the possibility of becoming a full-time position. Interested candidates should send an email introducing themselves to Colin ( and include their resume.

Durham, NC – ARC: Advanced Robotic Construction – Mechanical Engineer Internship

Our goal in the coming months at ARC is to automate the construction of home components, such as wall panels. As a mechanical engineer, you will help us meet this goal by designing end effectors for our robots using tools like SolidWorks, operating our 3D-printer, and contributing to the design of our factory.

We have over $107 million in letters of intent that we will begin fulfilling soon, and your work will be a crucial part of helping us progress fast enough technologically to meet that goal. If you want to be one of the very first people to work at an exciting new robotics company automating one of the biggest markets in the world, apply to join us at ARC!

We are looking for someone to start as early as possible in May. The internship will be 10-12 weeks with the possibility of becoming a full-time position. Interested candidates should send an email introducing themselves to Colin ( and include their resume. We are trying to fill this role as soon as possible, so please reach out today if you’re interested in helping ARC transform the construction industry!

Raleigh, NC – ProSapient – Summer Associate Internship


proSapient is a rapidly growing Primary Research platform that was founded three years ago. Our goal is to revolutionize how consultants and investors access critical knowledge and help them make better-informed investment decisions. If Bloomberg is a platform that allows you to find and consume data, proSapient is the platform that allows you to create it!

Through the proSapient platform, you can interact with experts across the globe, via phone calls, meetings, and surveys. Our dedicated analyst team supported by our AI-driven platform can rapidly canvas the world for those special people who can provide significant insights to client’s research projects. Once those calls are complete, clients can continue the conversation via instant messaging or collect the insights and share them within their organization creating a powerful knowledge library over time.Due to continued growth and thinking ahead to our future strategies and plans, we are pleased to launch our Summer Internship Scheme 2021. Based in Raleigh, NC, this is a 10-week program created specifically for students currently between University or College years who would like the opportunity to experience a fast-paced, progressive organization and insight into a wide range of industries.

As part of this internship, your role will include:

  • Receiving and understanding client briefs, covering preliminary research into specific industries, markets, and geographies
  • Sourcing Experts on a global scale, utilizing our AI Platform as a key source to identify potential matches for client briefs
  • Reaching out to new Experts, screening suitability for specific projects and client briefs
  • Updating our core Platform – managing Expert profiles and ensuring accurate, valid, and current information is stored

The transferable skills you can expect to develop & takeaway with you are:

  • Prioritization
  • Working with purpose and urgency
  • Resilience
  • Adaptability
  • Collegial & Relationship building skills
  • Team-working
  • Research Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Business acumen
  • Broad commercial insights


As a commitment to being a Diverse & Inclusive Employer, we are not looking to see CVs or Resumes to apply for this scheme. We think it’s important to hear about you in your own words, regardless of your background, experience or previous endeavors. Instead, we would love for you to paint a narrative of yourself, using the below questions to do so.

  • Tell us a story that either personally or professionally paints a picture of you?
  • Tell us more about your degree/major/ current studies – why have you chosen that path?
  • What do you feel are your three biggest strengths – and why?
  • Describe a situation where your judgment proved to be an invaluable contribution to the team?
  • What do you do when your schedule or plan is interrupted? Give an example of how you handle this?
  • Give an example of how you set goals, and how you achieve them?
  • Tell me about your resilience – so somewhere in the past where you have come across a specific challenge/ problem/ obstacle, and what you did to overcome that?
  • What three skills are you looking to develop during your time with proSapient? Or what experiences are you hoping to gain?
  • Why do you want to intern at proSapient? What is it about our company that intrigues you?

This is a fantastic opportunity for a hard-working, resilient, and creative individual to gain a solid understanding of how a successful start-up works – whilst working alongside a fantastic team! If this sounds like you, please complete the above questions via Workable by no later than Monday the 8th of March at Midday to be considered.

Please note, the Assessment Day for this internship will be on Thursday 18th March, via Zoom. If you are selected for an interview, you will need to ensure you are available for the full day to participate in the assessment portion.

Likewise, the internship dates are Monday 7th June to Friday 6th August inclusive, and you will need to be available & free to work full time throughout this period. This is a full-time, paid internship.

This is a really great opportunity to gain experience with one of the most successful high-growth start-ups in the expert network sector! If this sounds like you, then please apply below!


  • Exposure working in an innovative and industry-leading startup
  • Exposure to multiple departments & business units within a start-up, to understand a variety of professions & how they work together
  • Exposure to working in an office/ corporate role
  • Exposure with senior-level business leaders, decision-makers, and C-Suite from a variety of industries across the globe
  • This is a full time, paid internship scheme.

At proSapient, we are an equal opportunity employer. As such, we offer equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and other protected class characteristics. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.

Durham, NC – NetApp- Data Explorers Program Manager

NetApp Data Explorers – Durham, NC Pilot

Program Manager Job Description

In partnership with ChickTech; v: 1.8.21


NetApp works with organizations across all sectors helping them unlock the power of the cloud and data to advance their mission and accelerate their digital transformation.  As the company continues to grow, it is pursuing new ways to foster its commitment to giving back and engaging its employees across the globe in the communities where they live and work.  A pillar of the company’s community efforts focuses on empowering young people and leaders with new learning experiences and tools to become more data literate as they tackle social issues. To advance and further innovate around its community impact efforts, NetApp is piloting a new social impact program called NetApp Data Explorers.

NetApp Data Explorers

NetApp Data Explorers is a new social impact program with the mission to empower 12-16 year-olds to discover and develop critical data science skills and fluency that enable them to thrive and take action in a data-driven world.  The experience engages students in a learning journey that inspires exploration, investigation and problem-solving with data focusing on one or more social issues relevant to their lives.  These social issues will naturally align with the UN Sustainable Development goals.  The program, offered during afterschool time, meets weekly like a club for 90 minutes over the course of 10 weeks.

NetApp is partnering with leading STEM education and youth development nonprofits to test a leading customized curriculum developed by TERC and hands-on learning experiences via pilots in the U.S. and India where the company has an office presence and can engage its employees as volunteers.  Durham, NC is the U.S. pilot location where NetApp has a large employee population and a long-term commitment to working with youth in the community to build critical STEM skills.

Durham Data Explorers Pilot

NetApp is planning to partner with ChickTech, a long-time NetApp community partner, to bring the Data Explorers experience to 9th graders this Spring 2021.  ChickTech will be recruiting 20 students for the pilot and providing volunteer mentors.  In addition, the ChickTech team is looking for a Program Manager to oversee the day-to-day needs of the pilot program’s implementation which is planned to occur between April-June 2021.  The Program Manager will engage in program planning prior to launch and stay in role to wrap-up program details by early July.  This role includes:

  • Supporting ChickTech team with the recruitment of students for a cohort of 20
  • Overseeing all pilot program communications with students and parents
  • Handling the distribution of program materials bag at program onset
  • Checking in with students to ensure they are attending, trouble shooting any technology challenges and helping point them to support to answer any curriculum-related questions
  • Ensuring all students participate in pre- and post-evaluation surveys and collecting data
  • Maintaining correspondence with NetApp and ChickTech teams around pilot program status
  • Coordinating NetApp volunteer engagement
  • Responding to any needs that arise from TERC teaching team and/or NetApp

Time Allocation, Salary, Other

  • This role is part-time; approximately 20 hours a week
  • Program Manager to supply his/her own laptop and technology to execute role
  • Salary to be $6,500 (NOTE: 16 weeks, 20 hours/week at $20/hour)

Please send a brief statement of interest and resume to Tanja Jackman,

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