Good Capital Project

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386 Park Avenue South, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10016

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We are seeking interns who are currently enrolled in graduate programs to work across Good Capital Project initiatives in programming, partnership building, and marketing roles.

Candidates should have interest in the fast-evolving field of impact investing and be curious about the potential for market-driven impact across all sectors of social and environmental change. Strong candidates should have an understanding of the landscape of asset owners, asset managers, intermediaries, and philanthropies that are building the social capital markets. While a background in finance is not required, a knowledge and familiarity with financial terms and markets is preferable.

Marketing & Communications Intern

Email marketing and social media are critical components of Good Capital Project’s marketing. We are currently seeking an intern with an interest in developing a career in digital marketing to assist with designing, composing, scheduling, and monitoring our blog content, email marketing and social media efforts. An ideal candidate should be a quick learner and a digital native, with a passion for digital marketing.

Partnerships Intern

The impact investing landscape is dynamic and growing quickly. We are currently seeking an intern interested in developing a career in social impact to assist in developing a market map of relevant organizations, institutions, entities, and individuals for the purposes of research, partnership development, network expansion, and business development. An ideal candidate will have excellent digital research skills, attention to detail, and familiarity with the financial landscape.

Programming Intern

As the impact investing field develops, new and vital conversations are happening all the time. We are seeking an intern interested in developing a career in social impact to assist with developing our 2019 programming slate. Responsibilities will include researching key topic areas and thought leaders, developing a comprehensive and cohesive programming schedule for our events, and identifying issue areas at the forefront of the field. An ideal candidate will have an excellent attention to detail and be highly organized. A working knowledge of the impact landscape writ large is preferred.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to