Category: MBA Opportunities (Page 1 of 2)

Startups specifically looking for MBA roles

Remote – Memory Crafters – Multiple Roles, Sales and Marketing

memoryCrafters is seeking a curious, enthusiastic, and self-motivated individual with a passion for entrepreneurship and a strong interest in working at an early-stage startup. We are primarily seeking a high performing graduate student to join our founding team to lead sales and marketing efforts.

If you are driven to work at a high-level and desire to learn, grow and refine your skills with a fun and energetic early-stage startup, read more and apply by sending your resume to This is a virtual part-time or fulltime summer internship.

Overview of memoryCrafters:
memoryCrafters is a marketplace to match users (individuals & corporations) and local businesses to provide quick & easy personalized celebrations for life’s special moments.
To help people create new memories easily and quickly, we are building a one stop shop platform for end-to-end planning and management of milestone celebrations (birthdays, baby showers, graduations, etc.). We streamline the process of planning and managing events for users so that they can focus on what matters most: creating lifelong memories.
memoryCrafters partners with local businesses (birthday party venues, freelancers, hobbyists & vendors) to help them directly market and sell their services to the consumer. We use the latest technologies to help our external business partners maximize capacity utilization during non-peak hours.
Sales & Marketing Intern role:
We are primarily seeking a high performing entrepreneurial individual interested in sales & marketing. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to work with memoryCrafters’ employees as well as relevant external stakeholders.

Job Duties will include but are not limited to:
• Assist in development and implementation of our overall sales & marketing strategy.
• Lead the development and implementation of sales & marketing material.
• Study the available market to develop a Go-to-market strategy with our Minimum Viable Product
• Work with the product team to help design and deliver products that address the needs of customers, business partners and corporate partners.
An Ideal Candidate Should Be:
• Willing to make sales calls and sales visits (previous experience preferred but not required)
• Highly self-motivated, hard-working, and able to learn quickly.
• Able to both works independently on tasks and bring individual contributions to a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment.
• Meticulously attentive to detail while remaining attentive to the bigger picture.
• Able to augment their analytical skills with a dash of creative problem-solving.
• Entrepreneurial and passionate about learning the ins-and-outs of our day-to-day operation. Earlier experience with entrepreneurial ventures is highly preferred, but not required!

Remote – Nature’s Fynd – Extern

My name is Erin Roth and I work on the finance team at Nature’s Fynd – we’re an alternative protein company based out of Chicago that’s developed a novel fermentation technology to grow protein from a microbe originally discovered in Yellowstone. We opened our production facility earlier this year, which we announced when we closed our $80M Series B with Generation Investment Management, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, and several others.

I lead our economics work and am currently recruiting for an extern to join our team this fall/winter.  Please reach out to if you are interested!

Nature’s Fynd is a groundbreaking food tech company born out of NASA-supported research on extremophiles in the geothermal pools of Yellowstone National Park. Our novel fermentation technology produces a sustainable source of complete protein using only a fraction of the resources required by traditional agriculture. As the challenge to feed the world’s expanding population grows, our mission is to create amazing foods that both nourish people and nurture the planet.

We’re looking for passionate, driven, and ambitious people to join our fast-growing team.
The Economics Extern will play a critical role in developing economic models to guide the commercialization of our novel fermentation technology. We are looking for someone who is both passionate about sustainability and biotechnology and looking to accelerate their professional development. The role is based in Chicago (with flexibility for remote work environment) with flexible start dates in ~September 2020 and will last ~3-6 months. Compensation will be in line with industry standards.

What you will do:

    • Conduct economic modeling to guide long-term commercialization strategies
    • Collaborate across the organization, working closely with manufacturing and R&D to guide scale-up decisions
    • Build relationships with critical third-party partners to support efforts

Your Profile:

      • Highly Analytical and Organized:  you can quickly drive to insights, finding scrappy ways to solve complex problems, while maintaining attention to detail and organization
      • Strategic Thinking and Intellectual Rigor:  you can balance thorough analysis with high-level strategic thinking to focus on what matters most
      • Comfort with Ambiguity: you are comfortable with taking nebulous concepts with limited direction and translating them into concrete insights and actions
      • Kind, Optimistic, and Fun: you enjoy collaborating on challenging problems and investing in the success of those around you

Preferred Qualifications:

    • 1-3 years of experience in financial modeling & analysis
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Experience with biotechnology, manufacturing, or supply chain analytics a plus

Apply here

Durham – Durham Delivers – Coordinator

The American Underground and Discover Durham collaborated with local restaurants to launch a site that allows local residents to order from local establishments and receive their food at a convenient, nearby drop-off point. This is important as it cuts out the Grubhub type apps that are charging 30% for their delivery service and eliminating small business profit/break-even.

Durham Delivers ( is a clean, one-page site focused on driving support of Durham restaurants and building community among residents. The site showcases restaurants offering one-stop delivery to neighborhood parks/common areas on a rotating basis every Friday and Saturday. Residents can visit the site, see which restaurants are delivering to their neighborhood park and when, and click away from the page directly to the restaurant of their choosing. When the food is delivered, residents can enjoy eating together or taking the food home. And know they’re supporting local restaurants.

There is no fee for the delivery and restaurants are able to keep more of their margins by not using other delivery apps. Discover Durham and other partners will lead the marketing and promotion of this and will rely on neighborhood listservs to drive interest in the service.

It’s roughly 8-10hrs/week max and focused on marketing the program to area residents, collaborating with participating residents to ensure logistics and operations are smooth, and expanding the program beyond the initial pilot of 8 restaurants.

Unfortunately, because this is all volunteer driven, we do not have funding for this–all resources are going to the restaurants to keep them alive right now.

If interested please email

Remote – Launch Factory – Graduate Intern

We are looking for a Graduate Intern to join Launch Factory, a venture studio in San Diego, CA, in Fall 2020and Winter 2021. This position is unpaid. Interested candidates may apply here:

Launch Factory Overview

Launch Factory is a startup studio that provides a pathway to entrepreneurship for those with the ability and passion to build a successful company.We source and develop concepts for our future businesses, then recruit talented entrepreneurs to launch and grow these new startups. We believe our rigorous due diligence, founder selection, and incubation process can address many common causes of startup failure and increase the success rate of our companies.

The Innovation Team

The successful candidate will join our innovation team. This group drives the idea generation and acquisition for potential ventures, the preliminary and secondary market research, and all the due diligence to qualify and develop great start-ups.

Responsibilities & Duties

•Evaluate and forecast financial performance for new business opportunities to assess their financial feasibility

•Lead primary and secondary research to evaluate target markets and start-up opportunities.

•Coordinate and assist in all internal ideation activities (e.g. facilitate brainstorming sessions, evaluate ideas for further refinement, etc.)

•Support outreach activities to establish reliable idea sources.

Qualifications and Experience

We are looking for someone with an outstanding track record, with excellent attention to details and an owner mindset. You should have:

•An MBA or graduate degree in any related field (business, management, engineering, mathematics, product design)

•Previous experience in consulting, venture capital or start-ups

•Familiarity with design-thinking frameworks

•Excellent communication and presentation skills and ability to communicate with senior stakeholders

•Proficiency in Excel; R or Python is a plus.

Remote – Young Founders Institute – Summer Entrepreneurship Program Director

Summer Entrepreneurship Program Director

Program Directors at Young Founders Institute are responsible for planning, preparing, and leading teams of teen entrepreneurs through the process of building companies. Our Young Founders are embarking on an exciting life journey that is both strenuous and rewarding. The Program Director’s job is to lead them through the process on an emotional and social level. The YFI Summer Program is a 2-week experience where Young Founders work in small teams to build new companies entirely from scratch all the way to real profit during that time. An experienced team of entrepreneurship facilitators and mentors is also part of the team that guides the founders on their journey.

Location: Fully remote. Reliable, high-speed internet is a must.

Requirements: Program Directors are social, fun-loving, group-oriented people. They are sensitive to the needs of both individuals and groups. They should either have or be seeking a 4-year college degree full time.

Benefits: Paid position | Personal and professional skills learned at Young Founders Institute are applicable to many experiences for years to come:

  •  Startup experience: gain real world exposure working with company founders on a daily basis and supporting startups in the program.
  •  Leadership and responsibility: guide 15 teenagers in all social and reflective aspects of the program.
  •  Entrepreneurial mindset: develop your entrepreneurial mindset and skills in customer discovery, MVP development, sales and marketing, design thinking, and leadership.
  •  Networking opportunities: Spend two weeks connecting with entrepreneurs, CEOs, and top business school professors from one of the leading startup hot spots in the US.
  •  Creativity and innovation: build new companies in a fun and exciting atmosphere.
  •  Relationship building: become a role model by building strong connections with teens and instructors to create a strong community.

Please email your resume to by May 31st, 2020


Remote – Black Fire Ventures – Multiple Roles

Black Fire Innovation™ brings UNLV, one of the nation’s top research institutions, and Caesars Entertainment, the world’s most diversified casino-entertainment provider, together in a collaborative, environment to spark innovations that drive our industry and community forward.

This summer, Black Fire Innovation is offering the following internships:

Skills needed: Python, UX, blockchain, game design

  • Build a lottery based blockchain game with an interface design to be a digital, online pinball or pachinko machine. Game will be presented to commercial gaming companies and online gaming businesses for a social and real money wagering game license.

Skills needed: tech Innovation, AR, VR, Stats, Business planning, Writing and communication skills, tech background in networking is helpful, renewable energy tech and environmental science. nonetheless, these are not prerequisites.

  • EaglePoint Master Plan. Eagle Point is a Southern Utah based, operational, mountain resort covering more than 4600 protected acres of wildlife and nature. Considered one of the most beautiful locations in the United States it has maintained a pristine environmental habitat. Moreover, EaglePoint if the most central location to the largest number and size of national parks in the U.S. Eagle Point wants to establish eco-friendly, tech infused mindful and balanced living resort experience predicated on forward thinking and progressive notions of nature, harmony, meant health and wellness. A year-round resort that has the opportunity to redefine the Fall-Winter-Spring-Summer getaway by emptying the most advanced technologies to support deepest human values. For example, Augmented reality nature hikes, snowboard based competitions and automated delivery of services via drones are some of the concepts presently underway. Other examples include University nature sanctuaries on the private lands and mindfulness programming including mountain Yoga and meditation. The master plan will explore the complete phased approach to achieve a 21st century, tech infused showcase balancing nature humans and recreational activities.The final plan and presentation to the developers will include the student team and submitted for review by other destination developers after IP protection has been processed.

Skills needed: Data analytics, conservationism, political science, writing, IoT, Drones, engineering design, any skills are applicable and any educational background will be seriously considered.

  • Save the Elephants of Botswana. Black Fire Venture is working with Elephants without Borders in Botswana to design a program to better protect a herd of 15,000 that are endangered. We are seeking a plan that uses advanced technology and Data Science to develop a methodology that overcomes the traditional constraints for protecting endeared species. The plan is to be presented to the foundation and submitted for publication in journals. Key to this project is a sustainable funding model which has not been attempted but aligned to new values of trust brokering and social venture capital.

Skills needed: Business, Software design, UX, customer journey, financial modeling presentation skills, writing skills, data science and analytics.

  • The future business model, supporting technology platform and financial model for casino gaming companies as we result of the challenges presented by technology disruption rapidly changing consumer behavior , competition and COVID-19. The business model will be presented to the Nevada Gaming Control Board, CEOs of various established casino gaming companies, casino gaming manufacturers, Fortune 100 technology companies, and eSports video game publishers. The findings will be submitted for publication in a summary article with HBR and various journals.


Remote – Duke LEADership Summer Business Institute – Resident Teaching Advisor for Virtual Learning Program

Duke University, Fuqua School of Business

SBI Program Dates: June 22 – July 3

LEADership Summer Business Institute Mission:

The LEADership Summer Business Institute hosts 30 high-ability, rising high school seniors from all over the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. We strive to address education access and excellence by establishing a cross- sector collaborative of corporate, government agency, higher education, and non- profit partnerships that focus on identifying and developing high potential youth of diverse backgrounds into high achievers and responsible leaders. For more information about LEAD visit,

RTA Job Description:

The program hosts 30 scholars who are rising high school seniors. The resident teaching advisor ensures the safety, well-being and academic success of the summer institute high school participants as they learn about business as a career field. The RTA is responsible for supervising their cohort of program participants online Monday thru Friday with availability from 10am – 8pm EDT, with check in availability on weekends for the duration of the program. The resident teaching advisors report to the Program and Operations Directors.

Job Description: The Resident Teaching Advisor (RTA) is responsible for supervising the program’s participants to ensure their safety, well-being, and progress in learning about business as a career field.

Stipend: $850.00 per week.

Personal Conduct, Meetings, and Conditions of Employment: Resident Teaching Advisors are always paid staff and expected to demonstrate integrity and to be professional RTAs are role models for the LEAD scholars and are basically always on duty. RTAs are required to:

  1. Committed to attend all online/virtual sessions with scholars for the duration of the program;
  2. Be responsible and committed educators and provide guidance and support to scholars
  3. Oversee scholar’s settling-in process and helps with student orientation program.
  1. Exercise common sense and mature, good judgment in their relationship with LEAD institute scholars
  2. Work cooperatively with scholars, fellow resident teaching advisors, LEAD administrators and faculty by coordinating LEAD activities, competitions assignments and shared tasks.
  3. Work with fellow RTAs and participate programming, classroom and extracurricular activities to complement the academic program and provide participants with a rich, full experience.
  4. Attend and contribute to regularly scheduled staff meetings with the Curriculum/Operations Director’s and other program staff to report on program and scholars activities and issues. Give suggestions for preventing and managing concerns and problems. Work with LEAD administrators to work to avoid crises and emergencies.
  5. Assume additional administrative roles as needed by the Curriculum/Operations Director.
  6. Ensure the well-being of the LEAD scholars, respect one self, respect others and be an impeccable role model.
  7. Overall responsibility to maintain safety and well-being of scholars throughout program. Supervises and manages appropriate conduct and behavior of scholars;
  8. Attending regular RTA training sessions.
  9. Attends mandatory online RTA Certification and online RTA Orientation (TBD).

We are looking for persons who are:

  • Mature, disciplined, caring, and extremely dependable
    · Juniors, Seniors and Graduate students with advising experience (highly preferred). · very positive about the Duke experience
    · In good standing academically (2.8 GPA or better)
    · Energetic and enjoy working with high school students
    · LEAD alumni (preferred, not required)
    · Leaders with quality experience working with youth especially in a virtual learning environment
    · Not enrolled in Summer School or employed during the training and program dates.
  • Email a cover letter and resume along with the names, phone numbers, and email addresses of three (3) references to: M. Keith Daniel, Program Director, Duke LEAD at Application Deadline: May 29 or until positions are filled.

Durham, NC – Duke University – Arts Administration Fellow

Job Description

Arts Administration Fellow for Duke Arts (Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts)

Occupational Summary

This arts administration fellow will provide a variety of program and communications support for Duke Arts and Rubenstein Arts Center initiatives, with a focus on supporting planning for DEMAN (Duke Entertainment, Media & Arts Network) events and recurring Ruby programs (such as Ruby Fridays, Ruby Recharge, arts projects) as needed. The Arts Administration Fellow will also support marketing and communications for DEMAN-related events, and also assist the Arts Communications Specialist and Arts Communications Director with managing the Creative Arts Student Teams, a cohort of roughly 8 undergraduates who support Duke Arts during the academic year. The position is part of a small, collaborative team and reports to the Senior Director for Arts Engagement and Partnerships. This position is limited to recent Duke graduates and may be renewed for one additional year. General office duties will also be required.

Work Performed

DEMAN Programs Support

  • Support the annual DEMAN Weekend by helping to coordinate alumni sessions, alumni, student and faculty/staff outreach and other logistics
  • Assist in facilitating DEMAN & Donuts and Guac & Talks evening meet-ups for students and creative professionals, including booking guests and locations, as well as coordinating other event details
  • Assist in StudioDuke programming, student outreach, and event management
  • Assist the Senior Director of Arts Engagement with Duke Arts outreach programming across campus, including Artstigators, Media-ville, Mural Durham and more
  • Assist in managing travel for DEMAN Weekend alumni speakers
  • Assist in updating and managing the DEMAN Lounge and DEMAN Weekend webpages on
  • Assist in scheduling monthly “Team DEMAN” meetings and coordination of mini-teams in the months leading up to the annual DEMAN Arts & Media Weekend (typically the first weekend in November)
  • Assist in curricular and co-curricular outreach with DEMAN partners throughout the year,  including designing and sending targeted emails
  • Assist in student ambassador outreach and marketing of DEMAN with student organizations, while coordinating with the Creative Arts Student Teams (CASTs) to provide additional support

Duke Arts Communications Support

  • Working with the Arts Communications Specialist and Creative Arts Student Team members (CASTs), post social media updates and assist with managing the social calendar for all Duke Arts channels
  • Under the direction of the Arts Communications Director, execute marketing strategies in support of DEMAN and Ruby programs, in collaboration with the Arts Communications Specialist and CAST members
  • Assist with DEMAN program-related updates on and

Rubenstein Arts Center Programs Support

  • Occasionally update on-site promotional material as needed, including digital flyers, print materials, and A-frame sign inserts
  • Assist with room set up, taking attendance, and email sign up at weekly Ruby Fridays and Ruby Recharge events
  • Provide miscellaneous logistics support for visiting artists at the Rubenstein Arts Center as needed 

Required Qualifications

Education and training: Candidates must have received a bachelor’s degree from Duke University within the past three years. Major field is open, but demonstrated interest in the arts, public programs or community engagement is preferred.

Experience: Evidence of experience in event management or leadership in student organizations. Experience in the arts and working in an office environment with competing priorities preferred.

Required Skills: Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; excellent oral and written communication skills; social media expertise. Ability to excel as an independent and flexible worker who easily adapts to evolving needs. Diplomatic interpersonal skills appropriate to working with undergraduate students, faculty, administrators, parents, alumni and visiting artists. Experience with WordPress and Squarespace to assist with program- and event-related website updates is preferred. Experience with design platforms such as the Adobe Suite is preferred.

Minimum Qualifications


Work requires communications, analytical and organizational skills generally acquired through completion of a bachelor’s degree program.


None required beyond education (or an equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience).

Duke is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Duke aspires to create a community built on collaboration, innovation, creativity, and belonging. Our collective success depends on the robust exchange of ideas—an exchange that is best when the rich diversity of our perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences flourishes. To achieve this exchange, it is essential that all members of the community feel secure and welcome, that the contributions of all individuals are respected, and that all voices are heard. All members of our community have a responsibility to uphold these values.

Essential Physical Job Functions: Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System may include essential job functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department.


SF or NYC – Fin Venture Capital – Sr Associate and Associate

Role Description: We are seeking to hire new teams member who are passionate about finding, researching, and supporting companies that are transforming the Financial Services industry. Fin VC has a global remit and is expanding its SF team. The role will report into Investment Partner, Peter Ackerson.


  • Conducting market analysis and opportunity identification via academic research, customer interviews, conferences, incubator and University demo days, and peers (Angels/VCs).
  • Proactively developing relationships with identified early stage (Seed, Series A, and B) companies that align to our investment theses and scope
  • Help manage the investment pipeline process
  • Creating content, events, and more to build the firm’s brand in the global market Diligence and Investment Execution:
  • Support the team’s initial screening and subsequent deep due diligence of potential investments
  • Support development of diligence materials and Investment Memo/Scorecard to assess market sizing, talent assessment, product-market fit, key metrics/financials, capital structure, valuation modeling andexit scenarios, risks, etc.
  • Liaise with team members to support diligence checks (product, tech, and finance) and finalizeinvestment execution (legal and finance)Portfolio Company Operating Support:
  • Support portfolio companies around product strategy, talent sourcing, business development, regional market and global expansion and support for future financing
  • Help gather and manage portfolio performance, metrics, and financials on a Quarterly basis
  • Support capital raising for the firm and portfolio company follow-on round growth financings
  • Desired Skills and Experience:

    • Excitement to join an emerging manager and help build a specialist VC focused on FinTech globally
    • Deep network and experiencing in working across the US market
    • Passion for the intersection of Financial Services and technology, along with RETech, InsureTech, andadjacent spaces
    • 2-4 years (Associate), 3-5 years (Sr. Associate) of previous work experience, ideally with a backgroundin venture capital, private equity, or investment banking with exposure to Financial Services / FinTech

    B.A. or B.S. in related fields, technical experience a strong plus. MBA preferred for Sr. Associate level.

    • Strong grasp of technology trends and business models, ideally in FinTech
    • Small working team experience, strong interpersonal skills, critical thinking, and an exceptional workethic and discipline
    • Preference and consideration given to foreign language capabilities, particularly in Spanish, Mandarin, and Arabic
    • SF or NYC based


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