Research, Events, and Administrative Intern
What we’re about: The NEVCA strives to make Boston the best place in the world to start and grow new companies. Representing investors at firms across the spectrum—from small to large, tech to life science—we believe that venture capital is most effective when invested in strong people, daring ideas, and supportive environments. Guided by that principle, the NEVCA supports its membership by championing the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Where we live: We call Cambridge home—the CIC in Kendall Sq. to be exact—but we play all over the startup ecosystem.
Who you are: You’re smart, extremely detail oriented, and an excellent communicator, both on paper and in person. You’re curious about the venture capital and startup worlds, and you’re a savvy researcher who can process information quickly. You have excellent time management and organizational skills and an ability to work independently.
A bit about the job: The NEVCA is lean, fast-paced, and thinks big. We seek an ambitious, talented intern to help us realize the lofty goals we’ve set for the spring. This is a paid position for a rock star contributor—not a coffee elf. In this role, you’ll actively participate in all the cool stuff (like event production, relationship management, and content creation), but you won’t be afraid to help out with the dirty work either (like stuffing nametags, doing research, and writing thank you notes.)
Why it’s the internship of your dreams: Get an insider’s view both on how a fast moving, entrepreneurial organization works, and on the world of Boston venture capital and startup companies. You’ll meet dozens of VCs and entrepreneurs, build critical skills for managing a high performance organization, and get a foot in the door of Boston’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
How to get it: Send us a resume and an awesome cover-something… Is it a letter? A PowerPoint? A video? A collage? The choice is yours! Address your response to the Program Manager (Ari Glantz) at email@example.com. And don’t be shy. We’re looking for creative people, so maybe use the word “creative” somewhere in your application…