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Remote or Bay Area – Foam Order – Business Development Representative

Seeking an entrepreneurial undergraduate student or recent college graduate for full-time or part-time work as a business development intern for a growing national eCommerce company, FoamOrder.com. This is a paid position. You will have the ability to work remotely or in person (in our Richmond, CA offices), or in a hybrid work situation. You will gain experience working on a team developing and qualifying new clients and learning the basics of online business development, sales, & marketing.

Primary Responsibilities

Generate lead lists and conduct online research
Manage outbound prospecting
Manage pipeline tracking
Qualify leads
Train on products and approach

At the end of this internship you will…

Have experience operating a sales cycle
Gained business development skills and techniques
Be a strong candidate for a technology business development, sales or technical sales role at any firm

About FoamOrder.com
FoamOrder.com is a leading eCommerce destination for consumers and businesses looking for foam cushions, covered cushions, 100% organic latex mattresses, and other foam products. While the company has been in existence for roughly 20 years, the current owner purchased the company from the founder 4 years ago, and is pursuing a new growth path. We currently have <20 employees, and serve customers around the world via our website, and do all of our own manufacturing in Richmond, CA.

Compensation: This is a paid internship with an hourly wage. Additional opportunity to work after the internship.

Details
Start Date: Late May 2022, or ASAP
Duration: Minimum 8-weeks, ideally longer
Hours/Week: Minimum 20 hours/week, up to 40 hours/week
Company Size: <20 employees
Headquarters: Richmond, CA
Industry: Internet & Software industry
Company Type: eCommerce/Manufacturing

To Apply: email resume and cover letter to: mikehandelsman@foamorder.com

Remote – LandUp – Internship

Passionate about the climate crisis and want experience working alongside Duke alums at a seed-stage startup? LandUp is building a marketplace that delivers land assets into carbon removal, emission reduction and renewables projects. Launched out of Harvard Business School in 2021, the team recently closed $2m of pre-seed funding from NFX, DUMAC and a group of climate-focused angels. LandUp has built a wedge helping institutional buyers source land for nature-based carbon removal, and is now looking for someone to join for a 6-8 week internship to help us with new markets including renewables and emission reduction. We are also open to working with students who would like to structure for-credit internships or independent projects in the fall. We’re looking for somebody with experience/passion for climate and strong research skills. We are based in Denver but the internship can be fully remote and we’re flexible on start date… sooner the better! If you’d like to learn more please send your resume to Tom at tcole@landup.com

Remote – Ressemble – Growth Intern

Who we are:   Ressemble is a sales leadership platform. We created a collaborative space for sales execs to run 1on1s and pipeline reviews. We are a team of repeat 3 founders (2 exits) that set out to build Ressemble because we were dismayed by the use of spreadsheets and endless meetings in sales. We want to build a better way where execs lead in realtime. Our CEO, Rasmus, got his doctorate from Duke Law School in 2014.   The role:   We’re looking for a growth intern to help execute on our gtm strategy. You will be working directly with our CEO to bring our first product to market. This is an amazing opportunity to learn what it takes to go from 0 to 1 with a new business. You’ll want to be a fast learner, a self-starter, and savvy social media user. This position is remote and will be paid hourly. A strong performance could lead to a salaried full-time role with equity.   What you’ll do:   –Create content for Ressemble’s LinkedIn page and blog   –Follow and interview sales leaders at the fastest growing tech companies in the US to identify topics and content of interest   –Design and run email campaigns   -Curate and build lead lists   -Join onboarding calls with sales leaders   About you:   –You are an excellent writer   –You enjoy technology and have experience with social media   –You are organized and detail oriented   -You are curious and willing to learn   Bonus:   –Want to work with marketing/sales in the future   –Familiarity with LinkedIn   –Experience writing social media content

Raleigh/Durham or Remote – Port Group – Operations and Finance

We are building a great team at Port Group (portgroup.us) to provide outsourced business development and sales support services for SaaS, VARs, MSPs, Channel Sales, and other B2B industries. The business is a year and a half old and has a lot of opportunities ahead of it. I’m happy to discuss these over an introduction.   If you have a strong financial and operations background and are interested in working with a local professional services startup, let’s chat!

This position is paid. Please contact thomas@portgroup.us for more information.

Buffalo, NY or Remote – Arbol – Founding Engineer

About ArbolOur mission is simple: Democratize Opportunity.There are over 8 million low-income college students in the US, but only 2 out of every 10 graduates. Failure to meet their basic needs while attending classes and the lack of community support are the top drivers for the low graduation rate. Arbol aspires to improve the graduation rate by providing student’s the financial and community support that they need.What we’re building:

For Students.   Arbol is building software to support low-income, first-generation college students. We:   • Remove financial burden of college students   • Provide a support system for students’ during college and beyond   • Teach financial intelligence to those who need it the most   For Supporters.   Arbol is building software to provide a better giving experience for supporters. We:   • Provide proof of impact and transparency into where their money is going   • Allow supporters to give their time, talent, and network to the students of their choice   • Give supporters a one-to-one connection with the student   Why Arbol?   • We dream big. Our long-term vision is to become an all-in-one solution that provides banking services, financial education, and social network to change the future of education   • We believe in striving students who don’t have the same opportunities and resources as their peers   • We want to make a more equitable world where students of all backgrounds can succeed   • We are a team of mission driven and motivated first-generation graduates who deeply understand the problem at hand   • Get into a pre-seed startup from the beginning and have meaningful product ownership and input   • Own significant equity in a high growth startup   • Backed by multiple local Western New York colleges, organizations, and affinity groups   Who you are:   You will be our first engineer and tasked with making decisions about Arbol’s technology stack and direction. You should be a strategic thinker, an effective communicator, and an expert in technological development. Your past roles were in startup environments, and you’ve managed people before. This is not a pure strategy or leadership role – we are an early company, and everyone is an “individual contributor” as well. Be ready to build! This role has a great deal of growth potential. As a first engineer on the team, you’ll be empowered to shape our software architecture, finding innovative solutions to complex problems, talking to customers, and incorporating their feedback, and growing into a leadership role as part of your career progression. “Founding engineer” is a fuzzy term, and for us it covers a range. If your aspirations are to become VP Engineering or a CTO, we’d like to help you get there. If you’d rather be a heads down building product for the foreseeable future, great. But either way, the latter will be your focus in the near term. Skill-wise, here’s what we’re looking for:   • The job is remote but being local to Buffalo, NY is a big plus   • 5+ years of experience in a full stack engineering role, prior experience in a fintech startup is a big plus   • At least bachelor’s degree in software engineering, computer science, or related field   • You enjoy owning features end-to-end and are comfortable moving across the stack to do so   • Co-manage new products from designs to prototypes, specifications, and then to live deployments during private and public betas.   • You take pride in your craft and enjoy building high quality software, but also believe that “done is better than perfect” and have good intuition around which corners are okay to cut and which aren’t.   • You’re a clear and concise communicator; you enjoy the challenge of explaining complicated ideas in simple terms, both in-person and in writing – especially to non-developers.   • You are always willing to roll up your sleeves and pitch in when the team needs help.   • Capable of weighing tradeoffs between robustness and speed   • Able to set ambitious goals and timelines for yourself and then follow through   • Ability to work independently   • It can move fast in a startup! Ability to have fun and take breaks when needed   What you’ll do:   Build the next version of Arbol: v1 is a no-code solution built on Bubble, Discord, and Stripe.   • Define our near-term and long-term technical roadmap. We will look to you for guidance on our technology stack and approach.   • Write quality, clean, and secure code. You will be responsible for building and maintaining a well-architected product.   • Work closely with the founding team on product decisions and strategy. We expect a point of view and a collaborative partner who is interested in finding creative solutions   • Be part of hiring and building an engineering team to execute on the vision we’ve developed together.   • Understand customers to figure out what we should be building and how we should build it   • Working with the founding team to translate business requirements into engineering tasks   • Manage our technical budget through decision making on different contractors or different vendors (for example, BAAS providers or other fintech API providers) that meet the needs of our users and allow us to launch workable prototypes more quickly.   Application & Interview process   • Submit your application and resume on, including samples from your portfolio, and a few sentences on why you’re interested in this opportunity through email at arbol@growarbol.com and favio@growarbol.com   • Applicants that progress to live interviews will meet with our co-founders. This session will be focused on product thinking, communication, collaboration, and stage and values alignment.   Compensation   The founders recently closed a pre-seed round and anticipate closing their seed round in Q1 2023 Until the round is closed, the position will be part-time.   • Trial Compensation: Equity   • During Pre-Seed: Part-time contract   • Upon Seed Funding: Negotiated salary

Durham/Remote – I&E – Research Assistant

Seeking a student research assistant to explore the connection between entrepreneurial mindset and careers. Questions to be answered include: Is the “entrepreneurial mindset” a sought after competency by firms hiring early-career talent? If so, which firms? I&E is seeking a student to support a faculty-led research project to analyze “entrepreneurial mindset” in job postings. The RA must be proficient in either Python or R and have some basic familiarity with natural language processing. Depending on the results of the research, a peer-reviewed publication could be the final output. Initially, the commitment is estimated at ~30 hours, which can be spread flexibly over several weeks/months. Fully remote is possible. Please reach out to Jamie Jones j.n.jones@duke.edu

RDU/Remote – Port Group – Operations and Finance

We are building a great team at Port Group (portgroup.us) to provide outsourced business development and sales support services for SaaS, VARs, MSPs, Channel Sales, and other B2B industries. The business is a year and a half old and has a lot of opportunities ahead of it. I’m happy to discuss these over an introduction. Please reach out to   thomas@portgroup.us

If you have a strong financial and operations background and are interested in working with a local professional services startup, let’s chat!

Hiring full-time and part-time employees as well as paid interns.

Remote – Ressemble – Growth Intern

Ressemble is a sales leadership platform. We created a collaborative space for sales execs to run 1on1s and pipeline reviews.

We are a team of repeat 3 founders (2 exits) that set out to build Ressemble because we were dismayed by the use of spreadsheets and endless meetings in sales. We want to build a better way where execs lead in realtime. Our CEO, Rasmus, got his doctorate from Duke Law School in 2014.

We’re looking for a growth intern to help execute on our gtm strategy. You will be working directly with our CEO to bring our first product to market. This is an amazing opportunity to learn what it takes to go from 0 to 1 with a new business. You’ll want to be a fast learner, a self-starter, and savvy social media user.

This position is remote and will be paid hourly. A strong performance could lead to a salaried full-time role with equity.

What you’ll do
–Create content for Ressemble’s LinkedIn page and blog
–Follow and interview sales leaders at the fastest growing tech companies in the US to identify topics and content of interest
–Design and run email campaigns
-Curate and build lead lists
-Join onboarding calls with sales leaders

About you
–You are an excellent writer
–You enjoy technology and have experience with social media
–You are organized and detail oriented
-You are curious and willing to learn

Bonus
–Want to work with marketing/sales in the future
–Familiarity with LinkedIn
–Experience writing social media content

Apply here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSczTiNn91yKyCMg1r0PrFvgZOdkuOzHNxPl1PRZkL2_eHuhiQ/viewform

Durham – sp0t – Software Engineering Intern

Who we are

sp0t is the open world social app. Users build out their world by “spotting” — sharing photos and videos of cool places to a map shared with friends.   We’re a team of two that set out to build sp0t because we were sick of the social media landscape and wanted a cooler way to share what we found interesting about the world. We’re one developer and one designer, and we graduated from UNC in 2019.   The role

We’re looking for a software engineering intern to build out sp0t’s iOS app. You will be working directly with an experienced product team to bring a consumer product to market. sp0t is an early-stage startup, so expect an environment that requires fast learning and a high degree of autonomy. If there’s a need, this role may expand to adjacent areas such as quality assurance/software testing or analyzing user engagement and retention data.   This position will be paid hourly. A strong performance could lead to a salaried full-time role with equity.   What you’ll do

– Build out sp0t’s core features for a beta launch this summer– Iterate on customer feedback for a widespread launch on NC campuses this fall– Develop a test plan to ensure successful deployment of updates   About you

– Pursuing a Computer Science degree (or related field)– 2+ years of CS classes or relevant experience under your belt– Strong knowledge of Swift and iOS frameworks– Experience working with backend database and API’s   Bonus

– Demonstrated experience building an iOS app in the past– Familiarity with user engagement/retention tools like Adobe Analytics and Mixpanel– Experience building spatial and AR software in Unity– Living in Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill this summer

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