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Project Everest Ventures

4.8
  • < 100 employees

Project Everest Ventures - Social Impact Business Internship

Malawi, India, Fiji, Timor Leste
We work with purpose-driven, future focused students looking to work beyond "traditional" by applying their degree to make the world a better place.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship

Application dates

Applications Open
1 Feb 2020
Applications Close
31 Jul 2020

Minimum requirements

Graduation Results
65 - 74% WAM (Credit)
Accepting International Applications
Yes
Degrees Accepted
B
Accounting, Commerce & Finance
Actuarial Studies
Business
Business Administration
International Business
Management
Office Studies
Project Management
Event Management
Economics
Human Resources
Leisure, Hospitality, Tourism & Retail
Marketing & Advertising
Public Relations
Transport, Logistics & Procurement
L
Justice & Law Enforcement
Commercial Law
Constitutional Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
International Law
Tax Law
Legal Studies

When it comes to solving the biggest global challenges today, we don't believe in doing what's always been done before. We operate on the frontline of international development, working alongside local communities in the developing world to bring sustainable change through socially-beneficial solutions.

As a certified B Corporation, we pride ourselves on being experts in sustainability, international impact, and shaping the most career-ready future leaders. On a Social Impact Business Internship, you'll experience social enterprise in the real world. This is guaranteed to give you unique and practical industry experience and arm you with a range of soft skills and technical skills in leadership, emotional intelligence and communication.

As an intern with Project Everest, you'll be part of a team bringing a social impact project to life and into the hands of a local community overseas. Our projects use the power of social enterprise to achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and are focused on building sustainable, empowered communities with an emphasis on innovative, human-centred practice.

Ventures that you could be working on include:
• Social Consulting & Microfinance, which aims to remove barriers to affordable financial and business advice, coupled with micro-financing, to accelerate microenterprises and access to socially beneficial capital amongst local communities.
• Female Sanitation & Hygiene, seeking to enable better female sanitation practices, education and opportunities for all
• Nutrition & AgTech Consulting, involving overcoming access to agricultural expertise and increasing economic opportunities and food security through tech enabled agricultural advice.

What can you expect from a Project Everest Internship?
• You'll be engaging directly with the local community.
In order to ensure our ventures are providing genuine impact and solving real issues, we work closely with members of the local community running workshops and focus groups, prototyping and feedback sessions, conducting surveys and interviewing, and distributing the socially beneficial products and services.
• Every day is different.
Depending on what stage your venture is at during your internship, you could be doing completely different activities each day. If you're surveying a local business owner one day, you could be meeting with a CEO the next. It's definitely not your traditional start-up internship.
• You will be contributing towards achieving a sustainable impact.
Whilst you won't necessarily be creating social change every day, you'll be part of developing a product or service that is needed, sustainable and scalable so that it can be rolled out to community members and change lives.
• It will be challenging.
Building a start-up has its fair share of challenges, and when you're working in a developing country with limited resources these are magnified…but that's what makes the wins and subsequent social impact all that much sweeter in the end!
• You'll be building a competitive edge as a future Business graduate.
Yes, you'll be applying the skills from your degree to a new context, however, you'll be gaining experiences that are beyond the scope of your discipline. Imagine being able to say yes to having experience in the start-up space, international development, cross-cultural communication, social enterprise, lean business principles, and design thinking methodologies... and you haven't even graduated yet. That's one way to differentiate yourself as a Business student, that's for sure.

Who are we looking for?
If you are committed to helping shape a positive and sustainable global impact, then we want to hear from you. We are seeking passionate, socially-minded, and hard-working applicants, with the courage to step out of their comfort zone and persistence to thrive in the challenge. Be part of the social change and apply for an internship now.

Graduate Success Stories


Project Everest Ventures Graduate Harry Roach Profile
  • Graduate stories
The locals I met during the village visits and about the town we lived in gave me such a different understanding of the world – it was a great contrast to my suburban life and really grounded me in reality.

Harry Roach

  • Graduate stories
The locals I met during the village visits and about the town we lived in gave me such a different understanding of the world – it was a great contrast to my suburban life and really grounded me in reality.

Harry Roach

Project Everest Ventures Graduate Abbey Dyson Profile
  • Graduate stories
A high effort grade is more important than an A+.

Abbey Dyson

  • Graduate stories
A high effort grade is more important than an A+.

Abbey Dyson

Project Everest Ventures Graduate Harry Roach Profile
  • Graduate stories
The locals I met during the village visits and about the town we lived in gave me such a different understanding of the world – it was a great contrast to my suburban life and really grounded me in reality.

Harry Roach

  • Graduate stories
The locals I met during the village visits and about the town we lived in gave me such a different understanding of the world – it was a great contrast to my suburban life and really grounded me in reality.

Harry Roach

Project Everest Ventures Graduate Abbey Dyson Profile
  • Graduate stories
A high effort grade is more important than an A+.

Abbey Dyson

  • Graduate stories
A high effort grade is more important than an A+.

Abbey Dyson