Liquidnet For Good - Intern Liquidnet Holdings
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Liquidnet is a progressive financial services firm seeking a graduate student intern for our innovative corporate social engagement program. We offer a dynamic and fun work environment and an incredible hands-on experience working at the cross-section of business, philanthropy, and impact investing.
About Liquidnet For Good
Liquidnet is the global institutional trading network that connects over 700 of the world?s top asset managers to large-scale equity trading opportunities to 41 markets across the globe. Through Liquidnet For Good, an innovative corporate social engagement program begun in 2007, Liquidnet leverages the full range of its resources ? including financial capital, human capital, technology, creative capital, and convening capabilities ? to generate social impact. Beyond extensive employee engagement programs to maximize local impact and a comprehensive partnership with a youth village for orphans in Rwanda to achieve global impact, Liquidnet?s ?Markets for Good? initiative applies the company?s core competency ? using technology to make markets more efficient ? to realize systemic impact.
About the Position
The intern will be a key member of the Liquidnet For Good team, focusing on the following:
Assist with the implementation of local impact programs, including the Double Down (employee matching gifts program), the Good Challenge (local grant making program), VegOut (community supported agriculture program), and Band Together (local volunteering program).
Occasional assistance with special events, both internal and external.
Assist with internal communications efforts and limited external communications outreach (through one or more social media channels).
Provide ongoing research in the fields of corporate social engagement, impact investing, and strategic philanthropy.
Current graduate student (preferably MBA/MPA).
Experience working with non-profits, community-based organizations, government, foundations, social enterprises, and/or in the financial services industry.
Demonstrated interest and familiarity with several of the following: social entrepreneurship, social enterprise, corporate social engagement, impact investing, strategic philanthropy, international development, nonprofit management, human rights.
Ability to effectively manage multiple projects independently.
Excellent research, analytical, and writing skills.
Interest in actively sharing ideas and participating in brainstorming sessions
Sense of humor.
Spring Semester 2013: 12-18 hours/week; with the possibility of additional hours over the summer
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