2013 internship program
One PacificCoast Bank and Foundation are offering an exclusive summer internship program which will provide valuable work and learning experiences to students interested in beneficial banking, community economic development and impact investing. Through this unique program, interns will work on projects and deliverables for One PacificCoast Bank and Foundation while gaining exposure to community and socially-responsible banking through a series of workshops. Workshops will be led by experts in the fields of community banking, investing, and finance and may include field trips to relevant institutions to meet experts and see the work in action. These workshops will take place within the intern’s normal work week. Upon completion of the program, interns will be able to present to a panel of industry professionals about their learning experiences during the internship.
- 8 week internship – June-August 2013, exact dates TBD
- Work Hours: M-Th 9:30-5pm
- Small weekly stipend to offset expenses
2013 Internship Positions
Strategic Sector Research and Outreach Inern [Sacramento]
[Applications will be considered on a rolling basis through April 15th]
Marketing Strategist Intern [Portland]
[Applications will be considered on a rolling basis]
Strategic Sector Research and Outreach Intern [Seattle]
[Applications will be considered on a rolling basis through April 19th]
To apply, please prepare your resume and a thoughtful cover letter and fill out this application.
Please direct questions on the internship to Miriam Joffe-Block at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2012 Internship Spotlight
"My experience as a summer 2012 intern was extremely valuable for shaping my career trajectory.
As a second year MBA student at Mills College, I had an interest in finance and I was committed to putting my business education to work for a triple bottom line organization; however, I had not yet determined which industry I wanted to enter after graduation. I was new to banking and benefitted greatly from the structured introduction to banking curriculum.
As the summer Impact Analysis Associate, I was able to apply the strategic and analytical skills gained in MBA coursework to draft a plan to help the bank strengthen its impact measurement and further its mission to perform against all three bottom lines. At the end of the summer I had gained valuable experience and decided to pursue a career in impact-driven financial services."
- Emily Adams, Summer 2012 Intern and current Credit Analyst, One PacificCoast Bank