Posting Date

Location: Goshen, IN

Dates: June – Aug. 2020, specific dates to be determined, Goshen, IN

Hours: Full-time (40 hours) 

Desired Field of Study: Business/Economics/Investments/Environmental Science

Learning Objective: To explore the integration and delivery of faith/values-driven investment solutions, with emphasis on investment solutions to environmental challenges

Responsibilities of the Internship:

Projects and duties will be tailored to skills and interests of the intern but are likely to include:

  • Support team members who pursue positive change through dialogues with companies whose stock Everence owns. Intern may conduct research and participate in corporate dialogues.
  • Support the investment team who has invested over $100 million in bonds that fund solar and wind installations by utilities and governments, energy efficiency projects, green buildings, financing for electric vehicle sales, and many other projects.
  • Develop connections with faculty and student groups on Mennonite-related colleges and universities.
  • Synthesize and share insights gained with CSCS and the public as determined in collaboration with supervisor. This may include web articles, written reports, webinars, or videos.

Specific Qualifications Required:

  • Significant skills with Excel and Word
  • Ability to communicate effectively in a variety of forms
  • An interest and passion for the integration of faith values and investing
  • A desire to explore various aspects of investment management
  • Ability to work independently at own initiative, and to know when to collaborate with others to accomplish goals

To apply: Please send your cover letter, resume and completed questionnaire to hr@everence.com.

The internship is jointly hosted by the Everence investment department and the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions, which is a collaborative effort of Eastern Mennonite University, Goshen College, and Mennonite Central Committee, whose objective is to lead Anabaptist efforts to respond to the challenges of climate change. It is the desire of the hosts that this internship serves the interests of both Everence and CSCS, and that the intern will serve as a vital bridge between the two entities.

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