Boothies excel in their roles in private equity and venture capital because they learn the fundamentals in class and put theory to practice while gaining experience in firms. Students earn credibility to enter a hard-to-access industry with a working understanding of the business.
“Companies in the private equity industry and finance industry really like Booth people. We are very structured when we analyze problems and we are very data oriented,” says Enrique Parra Acre, ’17, who did his summer internship at Akoya Capital Partners.
Last summer, we dropped in on a few Booth interns to hear how Chicago Booth prepared them for roles in private equity and venture capital. Let’s take a look back at their internship experiences and how it helped set them up for success.
Watch Impact of an Internship: Private Equity and Venture Capital
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