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True Search Recruiting Event: 2023 Analyst Program (Full-Time) & Internship Exploration

Recruiting mindfully
True is excited to meet you! Join us to learn about the world of executive search, what it takes to be successful and how you can develop a strong professional acumen through our student programs. Meet members of our Campus Recruiting & Executive Search teams as we highlight our work, culture and experience.

All are welcome to attend.

Who is True?

True is leading the future of talent management with a growing platform of innovative products and services. We take a completely different approach to placing executive talent, assessing business leaders, and using technology to advance our industry.  Whether it’s placing outstanding board members, c-suite executives, VPs, directors, and other strategic talent; connecting interim or fractional talent with fast growing companies; launching technology that helps our clients manage their talent networks and add diversity to their most senior level teams; improving leadership assessment methodologies; or investing in high growth companies backed by elite venture capital firms, True is leading the future of talent.

Our clients include Fuze, Bumble, American Express, Spotify, Square, CrossFit, Duolingo, etc

Open Opportunities

True is actively seeking candidates in the Class of 2023 for our 2023 Analyst Program.

Application Link:

Deadline to Apply: October 9, 2022

Hiring Locations: Haddonfield, NJ (HQ) & San Francisco, CA

Analyst Program, Executive Recruiting

7-month, full-time program beginning in summer 2023, analysts will learn the foundation of a search process before fully integrating onto a search team. Analysts will hone their business acumen and be considered for a promotion into an associate role by the end of the program.

● Learn the fundamentals and standard processes of the executive search lifecycle at every stage

● Practice, develop, and hone hard and soft skills critical to a successful search

● Build subject matter expertise in a variety of industry and functional areas by interacting with the most innovative growth companies and their business leaders

● Craft search strategies; identify and present top and diverse candidate slates to search teams

Internship applications for summer of 2023 will open in December 2022.

Deadline: 11:59 pm

  11 Submissions

Venture Capital Associate, Fintech

Menlo Park, CA, USA
New York, NY, USA
Our Fintech team is looking for passionate, hard-working individuals to join our investment team as part of a two-year Associate program. Our Associates conduct industry research, source investment opportunities, perform rigorous due diligence, and support our portfolio companies. 

We are thematic, expertise-driven investors that like to dive deep into segments of the financial services industry where we believe technology can be most transformative. Our team-first approach means Associates are expected to not only investigate themes by talking to companies, potential founders, and domain experts but also effectively share their findings by modeling out scenarios, testing assumptions, synthesizing their learnings, and iterating with the team’s feedback. Our Associates gain exposure to our deal processes, and have the opportunity to source, underwrite, and support multiple promising fintech investments each year.  

What Excites You  

Learning about new technologies and the evolution of financial services

Talking with experts and operators about hard problems

Crunching the numbers, analyzing business fundamentals, building useful models 

Making smart, informed bets and constantly learning from them 

Building new things and iterating on them quickly and openly 

Working with and contributing to the culture of a small team

What Excites Us 

“Deep generalists” who pride themselves on being knowledgeable, resourceful, and able to learn complex concepts quickly

People who think of the right question to ask before chasing answers

Excellent attention to detail, organization, and project management skills

A strong “toolkit” (familiarity with SaaS platforms such as Slack, Affinity, and Notion)

People who “elevate the room” through their work ethic, curiosity, and attitude

Great team players who care about and contribute to a thriving team culture

What Success Looks Like 

Ownership – You take charge of your work, uphold your commitments, and never drop the ball 

Prioritization – You focus on what matters most and wait on the rest; you’re great at thoughtfully saying no to others

Adaptability – You can triage needs and context-switch quickly and effortlessly

Communications – You have excellent listening, verbal, and written communication skills

Teamwork – Everyone loves working with you and feels energized after engaging with you

Integrity – You demonstrate 100% commitment to the highest ethical standards

We take care of our people

We invest in our people, their careers, their health, and their well-being. When you work here, we provide:

Fully-paid health care benefits

Generous parental and family leave policies

Volunteer opportunities

Support for employee-led affinity groups representing women, people of color and the LGBT+ community

Mental and physical wellness programs

Tuition assistance

A 401(k) savings program with an employer match and more

We invest in our people, their careers, their health, and their well-being. When you work here, we provide:

Fully-paid health care benefits

Generous parental and family leave policies

Volunteer opportunities

Support for employee-led affinity groups representing women, people of color and the LGBT+ community

Mental and physical wellness programs

Tuition assistance

A 401(k) savings program with an employer match and more

Point72 policy requires all U.S. employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to enter any Point72 office or participate in any Point72 business-related event in person. Should an offer of employment be made, your acceptance of that offer means that you will comply with this policy. You will be advised of your anticipated schedule to be in the office should we move forward with the offer. Please note that all visitors must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to enter any of Point72’s U.S. offices.

Deadline: 11:59 pm

  2 Submissions

Venture Capital MBA Intern (In Semester Role - Hiring Immediately)

Investor Relations and Operations Manager @ Alpha Partners
New York, NY, USA
Alpha Partners is a unique growth stage co-investment fund. Alpha partners with 800+ early stage VC funds as their growth capital to help them double down in their best growth stage companies.

Our recent portfolio IPOs include Coupang, Coursera, Udemy, and Rover. You can learn more about us and our portfolio companies at

We are seeking a second year M.B.A. students to join our team as current in-semester intern. This role has a high potential to turn into a full-time Associate or Senior Associate position after graduation.

While we are headquartered in midtown Manhattan, and prefer students that can join us in the office, this role can be remote. The ideal student should be interested in evaluating private growth stage tech investments, building long-term sector expertise and be interested in growing a relationship network with venture capital firms and founders.

Role and Responsibilities:

The in-semester M.B.A. Intern role consists of growth stage venture capital diligence, sector analysis, and relationship building with 800+ early stage venture capital firms.

● Participate in all aspects of the investment process including deal due diligence, financial and valuation / exit potential analysis and competitive and market research

● Research on technology, venture capital, IPOs, markets, and the general economy

● Represent Alpha at VC ecosystem events to help grow our brand awareness

● In addition to the above, about 40% of the intern’s time will be spent “doing whatever is required” to run Alpha’s business. Tasks may include deal flow filing, CRM data entry, social networking, and reporting on portfolio companies.


Alpha Partners is looking for a student who is eager to get hands-on experience in the VC world.

● You should be results oriented with an ability to work independently and proactively

● Financial statement comprehension

● Investment analysis skills

● Strong sales and relationship building skills, including networking, influencing, and collaborating to build trust in the community

● Critical eye for attention to details

● English language fluency

● Preference will be given to candidates with 2-4 years of work experience, preferably with a goal of entering into Investment Banking, Venture Capital, Technology, Wealth Management, Private Equity or Consulting after completing their Master’s degree

Deadline: 2:59 am

  1 Submission

PAID Venture Capital Fellowship Program

Training students in venture capital and technology entrepreneurship.
2023 HBCUvc Fellowship Program serves as the launching pad for those looking to enter the venture capital, tech, and entrepreneurship industries; open to all majors.

Our Fellowship Program consists of two separate cohorts: HBCU & 50 South

Both cohorts Include a 10-week full-time, paid, in-person program (firm locations throughout the U.S)

Our HBCU cohort is specifically for students—both undergraduate and graduate— and recent alumni of historically Black colleges and universities.

Our 50 South cohort is designed for HBCU current students —both undergraduate and graduates—and recent alumni of the past three years who are interested in building a career in venture capital against the Windy City backdrop. Candidates who are current students or recent alumni and identify as Black, Latinx, Indigenous, or a Person of Color are also invited to apply for this cohort fellowship regardless of affiliation with an HBCU.

Candidates for both programs who are currently enrolled should have a minimum of 24 credit hours. Applicants who are recent alumni should be graduates of the Class of 2020 or later.

Fellows will receive virtual investment and entrepreneurship training during the spring, a 3-day in-person retreat, followed by ten weeks of hands-on, paid experience during their summer internship at an HBCUvc or 50 South partner venture capital firm.

Undergraduate and recent alumni will receive a $10,000 stipend during their summer internship; graduate-level fellows will receive a $14,000 stipend.

Additional questions please reach out!

Deadline: 11:59 pm

  3 Submissions

2023 Blackstone Finance Leadership Development Program Summer Analyst

New York, NY, USA
Blackstone Finance Leadership Development Program Summer Analyst

Business Unit:

Corporate Finance

Program Description:

Blackstone's Finance Leadership Development Program is 10-weeks in length and will provide participants broad exposure to the Firm. The Program offers Summer Analysts various technical training and professional development opportunities, the ability to network with professionals across all business units, and a robust mentorship experience to allow the participants to be fully immersed in the Blackstone culture.

Job Description:

The Finance Leadership Development Program seeks to offer a challenging experience within Blackstone’s Finance group to those who are interested in careers in corporate finance and accounting. Our program is designed to develop talent as well as identify top candidates for Blackstone’s full-time Finance Analyst Program, where analysts are placed directly into a two-year corporate finance program.

The program offers a hands-on experience across corporate and business finance groups, through which Summer Analysts will have direct exposure to senior-level management, engaging mentors, development opportunities and targeted training. Our training program aims to sharpen technical, analytical and communication skills, as well as contribute to the success of each analyst in their various assignments, including analysis, reconciliation and reporting, and an end-of-internship presentation.

Opportunities and Responsibilities:

Summer Analysts will be placed in one group within Finance for the duration of the program. There are a variety of projects and responsibilities available, including, but not limited to:

Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis: Forecasting and reporting of detailed firm P&L and capital metrics financials to senior management on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Preparing firm financial results for Blackstone’s quarterly earnings call and earnings release; compiling preparation materials for Blackstone’s CFO ahead of the quarterly earnings call.

Institutional Client Relations & Reporting: responsible for the preparation and presentation of all marketing and fundraising materials related to each respective business’ funds. The role entails close collaboration with internal teams as well as current / prospective investors to field any client requests and provide updates on performance, finance, and investment strategy.

Blackstone Credit (“BXC”) Valuations: Assist in the BXC Valuation process for the BXC managed funds by building and maintaining valuation models, working with the investment teams and coordinating with 3rd party independent valuation specialists. Analyze and formally communicate key valuation results, issues and risks to the Valuation Committee on a monthly basis. Perform special projects and ad-hoc analyses determined by the needs of Senior Management.

Blackstone Private Equity Valuations: Maintaining, preparing, and analyzing valuation models across Blackstone’s portfolio companies. Providing individual deal and total fund performance analysis and deliverables for the use of various constituents, including senior management, deal analysts, limited partners and internal/external auditors.

Blackstone Real Estate Valuations: Perform critical analyses and valuation reporting for Blackstone’s opportunistic real estate funds. Coordinating across regional finance teams, asset management and portfolio management teams to prepare quarterly valuation materials for senior management and the various valuation meetings. Aggregate and provide final valuation metrics to fund accounting and investor reporting teams for the purpose of producing financial statements and limited partners’ capital accountant statements

Blackstone Strategic Partners, Financial Planning and Analysis: Performing analyses and financial reporting of results to senior management. Analyzing, forecasting and reporting on AUM, revenue, expenses, performance tracking and other operating metrics.

Treasury Operations: Perform analyses on Blackstone's liquid investment portfolio and track investment performance including returns, risks, and holdings. Assist with forecasting short term cash needs and assist with FX leveling.


Blackstone seeks to hire individuals who work well in a team-driven working group, are highly motivated, intelligent, have sound judgment and have demonstrated excellence in prior endeavors. 

The successful candidate must possess:

Strong academic record

Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint

Strong quantitative skills

Self-starter, highly organized, and detail-oriented

Ability to be a collaborative team player

Ability to adapt to new challenges in a dynamic and fast paced environment while handling multiple projects

Possesses a strong work ethic, personal and professional integrity, a positive attitude, and genuine passion for excellence

Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal 

To be considered for the 2023 Summer Analyst Program, applicants must meet the following criteria:

Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student

Actively pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics or Accounting

Anticipated graduation date: Fall 2023 – Spring 2024

Resume must include expected graduation month/year and GPA

Resume must be in PDF format

Deadline: 7:00 pm

  6 Submissions

Global Credit Summer Analyst - Carlyle Group

Diversity Recruiter at The Carlyle Group
New York, NY, USA
Washington, DC, USA
Position Summary

Our Summer Analyst Program is a ten-week internship in our Global Credit segment. Carlyle’s Global Credit group offers Summer Analysts the chance to be engaged on our investment processes and add value within our deal teams. Summer Analysts will have the opportunity to also engage with professionals across Carlyle and Global Credit with weekly lunch and learns, senior leader mentorship, and other developmental opportunities.

Primary Responsibilities

The primary responsibility of the Summer Analyst will be to collaborate with small deal teams to analyze and execute investments. Our Summer Analysts will help to manage and complete the various portfolio reporting functions required by the team, such as company specific quarterly valuation reports and analysis (both quantitative and qualitative); extensive financial modelling; compiling quarterly portfolio updates for the investment team.

 Additionally, the Summer Analyst will support the investment professionals in tasks such as preparing fund communications and marketing materials, processing non-disclosure agreements for new opportunities, and conducting general market and industry specific research.


Education & Certificates

To be eligible for the Carlyle Summer Analyst Program, students must be enrolled in a 4-year undergraduate university with the intended graduation date of Fall 2023 – Spring 2024

Preferred GPA of 3.5


Professional Experience

Prior internship in private credit or financial services is recommended

Competencies & Attributes

· Highly ethical

· Strong sense of accountability, responsiveness, and follow-through

· Team oriented, with consistent drive to maximize value-add to team

· Strong analytics

· Consistent attention to details

· Ability to handle projects with minimal training or oversight

· Excellent organizational skills

· Highly adaptable, with flexibility on depth and breadth of role and responsibilities

Deadline: 11:59 pm

Digital Creative Producer

Founder of Powered by Cue
Visa Sponsorship - No
Powered by Cue is a full-service digital marketing agency helping black-owned companies thrive online and offline. We work with visionaries seeking to balance both beautiful creativity with bold marketing that they can take to the bank. 

Compensation (2 Options)

$1,000 monthly with lower bonus payout

100% commission with higher bonus payout

Expected Hours: 5 - 10 Hours weekly

We build beautiful bold brands. 

What is Cue? Cue is a philosophy of initiation. We believe that entrepreneurs should start where they are with what they have. Our mission is to leverage the best branding, marketing and technology resources available on behalf of our community so that we all build BIG businesses over the next decade. 

As Digital Creative Producer, your primary assignment is to bring forth the beautiful creative for  our clients! This means that you will lead a wide range of creative professionals to create black magic on behalf of some of the coolest clients on the planet. Some clients bring a very unique and specific design aesthetic to the project. Some do not. Your goal should be to understand their vision through a series of conversations, moodboarding and iterative approaches.  We want to design  solutions with respect to their vision but introduce a unique POV (point of view) of our own.  DCPs are expert translators. You are translating their vision and re-communicating it back to them through powerful graphic design, personalized copy and high-impact photography and or videography. You will coordinate with a number of creative professionals to achieve this. 

Our first 90 Days will be spent mastering logo and brand identity development, brand and marketing playbook design as well as the pre-production process for ongoing photography and videography needs.

We have many EAGER designers, photographers, videographers and copywriters who you will be filtering through with the goal of assembling a Powered by Cue Creative Dream Team.

Be a student. Be hungry. Be Bold.

Deadline: 9:00 am

Credit Analyst - Municipal (Hybrid - Full Time)

Visa Sponsorship - No
60 State St, Boston, MA 02109, USA
Produce extensive in-house fundamental research utilizing a value-based approach and careful assessment of risk to identify opportunities for superior risk-adjusted returns.

Key Responsibilities:

Execute on the three pillars of Credit Research: Buy discipline, Surveillance, Sell discipline. Including:

Provide timely new issue recommendations,

Provide timely obligor updates,

Identify and forecast key credit drivers,

Manage Analyst Coverage list (responsible for up to 60 municipal high yield obligors) and maintain strong working knowledge of multiple sectors,

Collect, maintain and analyze statistical and quantitative data to support fundamental research and relative value relationships,

Create historical and projected financial models, analyzing key financial metrics,

Analyze results, perform sensitivity analyses, consider valuation methodologies and recovery analyses,

Review bond documentation and provide covenant analysis,

Write credit summaries based on research with buy/sell/hold recommendations,

Provide relative value recommendations and obligor positioning based on fundamental research,

Interact with ratings agencies, Wall Street analysts, and other independent sources to obtain external views on individual credits or industries,

Participate in developing and delivering on Team Goals, lead ad hoc team-based projects.

Amundi US, Inc. offers employees a hybrid work environment and requires all employees to be fully vaccinated when working in a company office, except where prohibited by state or local law.

Amundi US is an equal opportunity employer and provides equal employment opportunities to all associates and applicants for employment without regard to the classes or characteristics such as gender, race, color, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, religious creed, age, disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or other characteristic as protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws. Amundi US is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. To request or learn more about an accommodation, please contact

At Amundi US, we are committed to a globally diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace. We embrace an inclusive culture that recognizes differences among people, and acknowledges that each individual brings a unique and valued perspective. Our inclusive culture promotes mutual respect, a collaborative work environment and sustainable growth, enabling each stakeholder to achieve their desired outcomes.




Bachelors or better.


Masters or better.



4-10 years of municipal credit experience (or tangible equivalent experience), including High Yield


Strong working knowledge of Capital Markets, Bond Math and Economic Business Cycles

Strong working knowledge of Accounting Principles, Financial Statement Analysis and Financial Modeling

Must be a self-starter, and willing to conduct travel (~40%) as part of the investment research process,

Advanced degree (MBA, JD, MPP, or MPA), or Bachelor’s degree plus a CFA,

Ability to conduct unsupervised face-to-face meetings with management teams, and to work independently within a team environment.

Licenses & Certifications



Deadline: 7:00 pm

Associate, AlpInvest Corporate Development (Seniors are encourage to apply)

New York, NY, USA
Position Summary

This position is in Carlyle’s Investment Solutions segment, in the office of the Global Head of Investment Solutions. 

The individual will provide broad support to senior executives reporting to the head of Investment Solutions, and will work with Carlyle’s senior leadership team, operations and administrative professionals, and global Investment Solutions investment professionals across a broad range of strategic, tactical and operational matters. 

This includes growth initiatives, potential M&A transactions, or operational initiatives in support of development.

Key Duties/Responsibilities

Primary Responsibilities 

Support new initiatives as determined by senior leadership including collaborating across global and domestic departments within the firm;

Support analysis/assessment of new business initiatives including support of strategic initiatives and transactional activities (principal balance sheet investments) 

Support strategic, tactical and operational improvement initiatives throughout the Investment Solutions organization including identification, analysis and executional responsibility;

Perform financial modelling, including scenario and sensitivity analysis; 

Meeting management for senior executives including preparing analysis and briefing materials, participating in meetings and supporting any required follow up;

Contribute to presentations for internal and external investor meetings and conferences;

Monitor, research, analyze and report on financial, macroeconomic and industry data and trends.

Requirements Education & Certificates

Bachelor’s degree with strong performance from a top undergraduate institution. Concentration in business, economics, finance or statistics preferred.

1-3 years of related experience, preferably in investment banking,  transaction services or consulting

Professional Experience

Ability to perform market analysis

Expertise in Excel and the overall financial valuation and modeling process

Solid understanding of and ability to model capital structures, including senior debt, mezzanine debt, preferred equity, and common equity

Ability to multi-task and juggle multiple and changing priorities

Ability to quickly and efficiently perform tasks, maintaining a focus on details

Ability to assess qualitative and quantitative characteristics of investments

Work experience in investing, consulting, or financing

Competencies & Attributes

Strong sense of accountability, responsiveness, and follow-through

Team oriented; a constructive, and resourceful collaborator

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Strong analytics

Consistent attention to details

Ability to work independently with minimal supervision with strong follow-through skills

Excellent organizational skills

Highly adaptable, with flexibility on depth and breadth of role and responsibilities

Excellent Microsoft Office Skills (including PowerPoint, Word, and Excel)

Deadline: 11:59 pm

  9 Submissions

VC Fellowship (Undergrad/Grad Student) - Oct 2022 to May 2023

Venture Investor

Divergent Capital is an early-stage venture fund backing technical and scientific founders. We are industry and geographic agnostic. We are interested in technological innovations such as ML/AI, advanced manufacturing, robotics, AR/VR, material science, FinTech, and biology across sectors like consumer, industrial, transportation, healthcare, and education.

Led by two incredible and experienced female operators and investment managers, Lucy Wang and Katie Shea, Divergent Capital invests in pre-seed startups with high technical and business model risks to capture the most value in a space where most investors shy away from. We are no-FOMO, first check writers. We lead our investments with high conviction in groundbreaking companies by relying on our diverse experience, deep research, and primary due diligence. We don’t make decisions based on pattern matching.

Our track record speaks for our performance and some of our historical investments and current portfolio include Machina Labs, Remedy Robotics, Bombas, Covariant AI, EasyKnock, Possible Finance, Self, Immuta and ClearGraph. 

You can also learn more about our portfolio companies here.


Have boots on the ground to assist Divergent in sourcing from different regions.

Track and discover research projects in universities before they spin out into companies.

Identify promising technical founders before they begin their founder’s journey.

Develop expertise in domain areas with smart students that we can tap into for diligence.

Stay on top of scientific and technological trends that are under development.



Gain hands-on experience in venture capital and startups.

Learn to develop investment thesis, evaluate deals, and source promising startups.

Shadow our partners in founder calls and work alongside them in due diligence.

Join a network of incredibly intelligent and driven individuals across the country.

Develop in-depth understanding of various industries and trends.

Access to exciting opportunities outside of school that are hard to come by.



At Divergent, we firmly believe that the most valuable perspectives can come from the least expected voices.

We seek intellectually curious contrarians who are constantly questioning the status quo, and self-driven truth-seekers who go out of their way to look for answers. Your background doesn’t matter to us — we are excited to work with fellows from all walks of life and educational backgrounds.

Divergent Capital Fellowship is the beginning of your relationship with us, the right candidate will be able to bring unique perspectives, learn quickly as we collaborate, and ultimately graduate as a member our extended network as you move on to work on amazing things.

All undergraduate and graduate students are welcome and no previous venture experience is required.



Duration and Commitment

8 month’s long from October 2022 to May 2023 with optional break during the winter holiday season.

Estimated time commitment is ~10 hours/week. A minimum of 5 hours/week is expected.

Fellow Responsibilities

Participate in internal deal meetings, pitch meetings, and diligence calls.

Develop and iterate on a thesis in a chosen domain/industry throughout the program.

Source founders, research projects, and startups from within universities and support diligence on these opportunities.

Participate in community events, roundtable discussions, and online conversations.

You’ll have the autonomy to work on things that excite you, such as discovering industry trends, diving into specific domain areas, and sourcing for deals that align with the Divergent thesis.

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