Primary GFI Mentors: Aylon Steinhart, Business Innovation Specialist; Shannon O’Neill, Business Analyst
Overview: The Good Food Institute (GFI) is on the forefront of the movement to use food technology and markets to solve some of the world’s biggest problems through driving innovations in the plant-based meat and clean meat space. GFI MBA Innovation Interns will play a critical role in understanding commercialization opportunities in plant-based and clean meat markets. As an MBA Innovation Intern, you will apply your business research skills to understanding commercialization opportunities in plant-based/clean meat and share key learnings with GFI’s network of entrepreneurs. We are accepting applications for a Summer 2018 pilot. Interns will contribute approximately 3-5 hours per week for at least 6 weeks.
Activities: The intern will:
Other research activities may be developed in accordance with GFI’s mission and the intern’s interest.
Learning Objective: For the intern to grow their knowledge of the plant-based meat and clean meat space and develop expertise for identifying high-value segments in the market.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be currently enrolled in an MBA program with a strong interest in supporting GFI’s mission. They should also have demonstrated strong organizational skills and business research skills. Candidates should enjoy high levels of autonomy and be self-motivated.
Compensation: Unpaid. Graduate students may wish to seek internship credit from their university.
Application deadline: Rolling. Applicant review will begin June 22nd.
This internship is an unpaid position.