The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (CES) at the Stanford Graduate School of Business is looking to hire a part-time intern for up to 10 hours per week to support Stanford's famed Startup Garage course. The course boasts a long list of successful startup alumni, like DoorDash. Hours are flexible and negotiable.
As a key member of the CES team, your activities will be crucial to ensuring that the course runs smoothly. You will work directly with the course coordinator on a variety of projects that maintain and expand the Startup Garage program. This position provides an opportunity to learn about entrepreneurial best-practices taught at the GSB, and to be exposed to a wide variety of interesting startup ventures.
- Positive "can do" attitude and willingness to pitch in as new projects arise.
- Strong interest in entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial experience is a plus but not a requirement.
- Strong spreadsheet skills - must be able to work quickly and efficiently in Excel or Google Sheets to analyze data sets, graph results, and create simple formulas and shortcuts.
- Analytic thinking and problem solving skills - the ability to use a set of criteria to make reasonable judgment calls about data within a set
- Excellent communications skills (verbal and written). Ability to organize information in a visually interesting way.
CES is a small, fun team with a fast-paced, collaborative culture.
Hourly pay: $15. Hours: 10 per week
Benefits: Not available with this position
Start date: ASAP End date: TBD
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume. The cover letter is required and important - we will not consider candidates without one.
About Stanford Graduate School of Business, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
Develop innovative, principled, and insightful leaders who will change the world.
Stanford Graduate School of Business is a leading provider of graduate business education. The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is a central resource for faculty and students to support the creation of excellent entrepreneurial learning experiences and research.