Impact & Editorial Fellow
- Boston, MA preferred
- Job Type
- Internship (full-time Summer 2024)
- Deadline for Applications
- How to Apply
- Please submit your resume, two writing samples (two different formats preferred — e.g. op-ed and essay or academic and journalistic article), and a cover letter that details your interest in the role and key qualifications or experience to the Impact & Editorial Fellow webform on our website.
- Where to Apply
|Position: Impact & Editorial Fellow
Type of Role: Full-time internship, Summer 2024
Location: Boston, MA preferredAre you passionate about the intersection of storytelling, impact measurement, and finance?
We are seeking a summer fellow who will play a critical role in helping mission-driven organizations communicate their work and impact to donors and investors through storytelling and data. Over the course of the fellowship, you will gain both an in-depth understanding of the social impact landscape — from community development finance institutions to catalytic climate funds — as well as knowledge on specific social/environmental impact models and outcomes.
CapShift is a mission-driven growth company working at the intersection of finance and impact to unlock the $1 trillion of charitable assets in the U.S. for impact investments into funds and enterprises. We offer a fast-paced, collaborative environment with a culture of personal development, creative freedom, and the partnership of a dedicated team. Our aim is to help mobilize billions of dollars of investment capital to organizations tackling major social and environmental challenges.
CapShift aims to make it easier for families to build impact investment portfolios through their trusted advisors and financial institutions. Since its founding, CapShift has mobilized capital into dozens of high impact funds and enterprises providing solutions to global issues such as climate, health, racial justice, and income inequality.
CapShift’s impact investing platform combines software, research, and advisory capabilities and covers over 1,000 leading impact investment funds and enterprises across public, private, and nonprofit investment and recoverable grant segments.
CapShift is targeting the $1 trillion charitable investment market, and currently works with many leading donor advised fund providers including Vanguard Charitable, National Philanthropic Trust, and Chicago Community Trust. Our suite of solutions makes it easy to source, diligence, deploy, monitor, and implement impact portfolios. Clients include foundations, financial and philanthropic advisors, corporations, and family offices.
CapShift was founded by MissionPoint Partners, Jacques Perold, and Heron Foundation. Other investors include leading impact investing families, and include Jesse Fink, Spring Point Partners, Gratitude Railroad, Brazen Impact, and Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment.
How to Apply
CapShift is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, or involvement in the criminal justice system. We invite individuals with diverse life experiences and non-conventional backgrounds to apply.
Please submit your resume, two writing samples (two different formats preferred — e.g. op-ed and essay or academic and journalistic article), and a cover letter that details your interest in the role and key qualifications or experience to the Impact & Editorial Fellow webform on our website. The deadline to apply is Monday, February 19th. Applications with be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Please note, we are unable to sponsor US Work Authorization for this position at this time.
Compensation: The weekly rate for this position is $960 ($24 an hour, no overtime).