VC Internship @ Collide Capital in Remote

Collide Capital

About Collide Capital

Collide Capital is a Venture Capital Firm investing in community-driven platforms. Founded and managed by two Black General Partners, Aaron Samuels and Brian Hollins, who founded AfroTech and BLCK VC respectively, Collide Capital looks for incredible founders at the intersection of Academia, Culture, Industry, and Venture. To date, Collide Capital has deployed capital across 40+ companies, of which over 80% are underrepresented founders. While Collide Capital is open to all founders, Collide Capital is specifically focused on founders building on themes related to Enterprise SaaS, FinTech, Supply Chain Infrastructure, and Gen-Z focused consumer technology. The Collide Capital team is small and scrappy and composed of passionate underdogs who believe that the world is filled with problems and that with the right investment, we can solve them.

Job Summary

Collide Capital seeks to work with full-time MBA fellows excited to be a part of building a new firm as part of our growing team. The MBA Fellowship is a core component of Collide Capital’s vision for building a next gen venture firm. We have hosted 15+ Fellows in just one year since launch, and the work you do this summer will be meaningful, impactful and rewarding as you embark on your venture career. It is the ideal role for someone who has the conviction one day to raise their own venture fund and wants to gain insight into the operational and investment sides of venture capital. Collide fellows will have the opportunity to take ownership of tangible resume-building projects, participate in weekly investment meetings and connect with founders and program alumni.

Primary Responsibilities include: 

  • Supporting with deal flow management, including researching and analyzing investment opportunities and attending industry-related events such as demo days and pitch meetings Performing due diligence on prospective portfolio funds and drafting investment memos
  • Tracking existing portfolio company performance, tracking key metrics and ensuring founders feel well supported by Collide
  • Supporting with Collide operational activities such as fund administration, CRM management and continuing to build operational support systems
  • Supporting specific ecosystem-building activities for the portfolio


  • Full-time MBA or comparable graduate-level coursework or comparable work experience at a tech or financial services firm
  • Background in venture investing, private equity, financial services, or comparable experience
  • Strong written, verbal, and analytical skills
  • Excellent quantitative and research skills
  • Diligent, thorough, and attentive to detail
  • Advanced Excel & Powerpoint skills; experience with operational platforms such as Notion, Affinity, Airtable is a plus

It’s important to note that we’re still in startup mode ourselves! We’re building quickly, and other responsibilities will emerge as we build up our internal operations. We’re excited to partner with someone who can excel in ambiguity with a strong entrepreneurial drive and the ability to take projects from concept to delivery.

Term: Collide Capital is looking to bring 1-3 fellows during the Summer. This fellowship would be for June through August 2023, with an expected commitment of 40 hours per week.

Compensation: We offer both paid fellowships and unpaid fellowships for academic credit. The type of fellowships available vary each semester.

Collide Capital is committed to creating a diverse environment free of discrimination and harassment, and building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. Collide Capital is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, HIV Status, veteran status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.