Investment Intern Role
37 Angels is a network of women investors investing in high potential startups (founded by Angela Lee, Chief Innovation Officer at Columbia Business School). We also offer a bootcamp that teaches the art of angel investing. We have 40+ portfolio companies, 60+ investors and 15+ mentors in our network.
Investment Intern: Expectations of role:
Startup evaluation: Review applications from Gust and referrals, attend demo days, and conduct pre-screening calls with entrepreneurs.
Point person: Organize the deal screening process – send out calendar invites to pre-screening calls, manage the google doc that keeps us all coordinated, coordinate presentations and presenter logistics the day of the pitches.
Deal sourcing: There is no expectation to source any additional deal flow though ideally this person is familiar with the NY startup ecosystem.
Organization: We are looking for someone who is organized, responsive, and can help to make our processes even more efficient.
Time commitment: Spend 10-20 hrs/wk to be jointly determined. Ideally this person would commit for a minimum of 6 months (Aug-Feb)
Investment Intern: Benefits of role:
Education: Participate in our investing bootcamp – a $4500 value where you’ll learn to source companies, conduct diligence, value companies, negotiate a terms sheet, and much more.
Training: Experience the entire investing life cycle from sourcing to investing. We evaluate 2000+ startups a year and invest in 10-12. Most of our alum have gone on to roles in VC, accelerators, and startups.
NYC startup ecosystem immersion: Be rapidly immersed in the NY start-up scene and get an insider’s view into a dynamic community of innovators. Meet hundreds of entrepreneurs and investors.
This is an unpaid internship
If interested, please send your resume, general availability Aug-Feb, specific availability Sep 15-16, Nov 17-18, and why you are a fit for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will be accepted until July 21.