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Apr 15 / BARD CEP

Environmental Impact Analysis Intern, Beneficial State Foundation – California

Organization: Beneficial State Foundation

Position Title: Social and Environmental Impact Analysis Intern

Location: Oakland, California

Dates and compensation:

8 week internship – June 15th to August 6th
Work Hours: M-Th 9:30 – 5pm
Location: Oakland, Seattle, Portland and Sacramento
Compensation: Stipend $3,600

Application Deadline: Position open until filled

Description: Summer Internship Program at Beneficial State:
To help build the pipeline for the next generation of leaders, Beneficial State Bank and Foundation are proud to offer an intensive summer internship program which provides valuable work and learning experience to high-caliber students interested in beneficial banking, community economic development and responsible financial services. Through this 8-week program – with tracks for both collegiate and MBA students – interns will work on challenging projects and complete deliverables designed to contribute to the intern’s educational and career development. Under the direction and mentorship of bank staff, each intern will complete a capstone project and present their findings to the senior leadership team and the entire staff at the end of the program.

To supplement the learning experience, interns gain additional exposure to community and socially-responsible banking through the Beneficial Banking Curriculum & Speaker Series. Led by experts in the fields of community banking, investing, and responsible finance, these workshops provide exposure to the challenges confronted by professionals in the industry and may include site visits for interns to see the work in action. Past interns have both joined the Beneficial State team after graduation and leveraged their rich internship experience into careers in financial services and a variety of industries.

Responsibilities: This intern will assist the Beneficial State Foundation impact team in gathering, analyzing and reporting social and environmental impact data and provide recommendations. Our ideal candidate is a socially responsible MBA or graduate student with an interest in public policy, urban planning or economic/community development. However, exceptional undergraduates with a similar academic focus are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply: For more information, visit direct questions to Maritessa Bravo Ares, Program Manager at [email protected].

To apply for an internship position, please prepare a thoughtful cover letter and submit along with your resume at Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until filled. Please apply as soon as possible to ensure full consideration.

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