Altamont Capital Partners (Private Equity) Summer Recruiting Events

Class of 2018, 2019, & 2020  

Altamont Capital Partners (ACP), a leading private equity firm based in Palo Alto, CA, would like to invite those interested in learning more about our full time Analyst program (class of 2018 members) and our 10 week summer internship programs for summer 2018 (class of 2019 & 2020 members) to attend one of our “meet and greet” events with ACP investment professionals.  Founded in 2010, and now with over $2B in capital, we are focused on investing in change-intensive middle market businesses.

This is a unique opportunity to chat with investment staff in a casual context and learn more about what we do.  Please RSVP to by the date listed below for additional information.  We kindly ask that you attach a current resume, including your summer 2017 experience, to your RSVP. 


San Francisco

Date:  Thursday, July 13th

Time:  6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Location:  Prospect Restaurant 300 Spear Street, San Francisco

RSVP: Please send resume to no later than Monday, July 10th   

New York

Date: Tuesday, July 25th  

Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Location: PWC Offices, 300 Madison Avenue #24, NYC. 

RSVP: Please send resume to no later than Friday, July 21st.  

You will be required to show I.D. and to have pre-registered for the event.   

Palo Alto

Date: Friday, August 18th

Time: 5:00- 6:30pm

Location: Altamont Capital Partners, 400 Hamilton Ave, Suite 230, Palo Alto 

RSVP: Please send resume to no later than Monday, August 14th

Dress is business casual.  Light hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served.  Formal recruiting for our 2018 Analyst Class and summer intern programs will begin in the Fall of 2017, in accordance with your school’s career center guidelines.  Questions can be sent to

Business Analyst Intern

We're looking for a business analyst intern to join our team this summer as we launch a brand new home services company. You'll play a critical role in key business discussions and gain experience that positions you for a business analyst role after graduation. 

If you're looking for a cool Silicon Valley startup, this isn't the job for you. If you're looking to gain real business experience, one-on-one mentorship from successful Stanford alumni, exposure to a new industry, and fundamental strategy and analysis skills, we'd love to hear from you. 

HomeX aspires to help homeowners take better care of their homes, with less hassle and at lower cost. We're doing this by acquiring traditional HVAC and plumbing contractors, offering direct-to-consumer home maintenance and protection plans (e.g. if something breaks down due to normal wear and tear, we'll fix it at no extra cost to the homeowner), providing local concierge services, and wrapping the whole thing in a digitally native, mobile-first platform. We're differentiated by our high touch + high tech approach and by fully owning the value chain, from direct-to-consumer sales to in-home service delivery. 

Why is this an interesting opportunity? The industry sounds really un-sexy, I know. But the complexity of the problem is really intellectually compelling, and the opportunity is massive. Home Services is a $400bn market in the US (yes, billion!), but there are 485,000+ tiny companies in the home maintenances sub-sector alone. The existing companies aren't sophisticated operators, are really low tech, and often fail to provide great service to their customers. Additionally, homes are incredibly complex, so how do you actually build a smart product that helps uneducated homeowners take better care of them? 

What you'll be doing: This summer, we'll be acquiring our first major service provider (deal closes 6/30) and preparing to launch Home Advocate, the home maintenance and protection plan business. You will be the primary business analyst on the Home Advocate side, helping us think through every aspect of the business and conducting key research to support your POVs. Questions we're tackling include everything from the core business model and strategy to key metrics and financial controls; from what systems and infrastructure we need to run the business to how we want to engage consumers to what the consumer experience looks and feels like (brand, tech, etc.). What's included in our subscription plans, and what's the right product mix? How do we want to go to market, and what sales team / capabilities do we need? How do we want to manage our customers and fulfill their service requests? 

Basically, there's a LOT to figure out, and we're looking to add some extra horsepower to the team to get it done. You'll be working directly with Stephanie Werner, Stanford BA '11 and MBA '16, the co-founder and chief strategy officer, in San Jose. You'll also be working indirectly with Michael Werner, Stanford BA & MS '82, an experienced entrepreneur and CEO who's spent 30 years in the Home Services industry; a Silicon Valley tech exec from a well known company; our CFO and other seasoned executives. 

We would expect you to be on-site for a minimum of 2 half-days per week in San Jose and to work remotely an additional 15-20 hours per week. 

What you get out of it: 

  • $250/week stipend
  • Direct mentorship from successful Stanford alumni and other execs
  • Opportunity to play a critical role in making key business decisions 
  • Business strategy and analysis experience from a real-world business 
  • Resume / interview coaching and access to our networks 

What we're looking for: Experience doesn't matter. We're looking for someone smart, diligent, and organized. Most importantly, you must be able to articulate and defend well-researched arguments / theses for our critical business questions. We'll coach you through the first few, but we're looking for someone who can fearlessly engage in key business discussions and who brings well reasoned opinions to our debates.

Flexible on dates / time commitment. Role is only open to Stanford students. Email Stephanie directly with your resume and why you think you'd be a good fit.

Parthenon-EY (5/29)

Parthenon-EY will be conducting an accelerated recruitment process over the next few months, intended exclusively for any rising Juniors who will be studying abroad during fall 2017. This is a great opportunity for motivated students to participate in our recruiting process prior to departing for their study abroad programs.

For students who will be on campus in the fall, we will return on our usual schedule. For more information about events and timelines, keep an eye on your career center portal and future emails from our recruiting team.


·         Who: Juniors who will be studying abroad during fall 2017

·         Application Deadline: Monday, May 29, 2017

·         Time: 11:59 pm PST

·         Link: Please apply via our posting on your school’s career center portal. In your cover letter, please let us know your study abroad program destination and departure date.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Campus Recruiter Mala Bingham at  


La Boulangerie

La Boulangerie is an incredibly beloved bakery group with several locations throughout San Francisco.

They are looking for a wide range of interns: business development, marketing, sales, software engineering, finance, and legal. Interested candidates please email your resumes to

Cocolab Full Time opportunity

Cocolab is a creative, tight-knit, and rapidly growing online consumer products company. We are on a mission to make flossing and oral care – an essential yet often neglected daily routine – more fun and rewarding for everyone. Cocolab was founded by two sisters – a dentist who graduated from the University of the Pacific and an engineer from Stanford. You can learn more about our company here.

For more information on the position, click here!

Oliver Wyman 2017 Summer Reception Series

This year, Oliver Wyman is hosting a series of Summer Receptions across the US and Canada.  These events focus on undergraduates who are interning in or going home to one of the cities listed below during the summer, and we would love for you to apply.  If you are interested, please see the information (below and attached) on how to apply to one of these receptions. If you have any specific questions about the events, please feel free to email

For more information, click here!


Stanford Student Enterprises (5/14)

SSE is now hiring! They are looking to fill both part-time and full-time positions for the summer and the 2017-2018 academic year. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so be sure to apply soon! 

Apply by Sunday May 14th

Click here for more information!


She Leads Surgery Summer Intern & Full Time

"She Leads Surgery" is looking for someone with some experience in finance who can help us grow the company from 0 to multi-million over the summer.

"We have a really fun cultur at the company, with no hierarchy and only clearly defined roles. We're a diverse group of women with an intersectional approach to feminism who enjoy having a fun time with each other. "

The position is a full time CFO either for the summer or as a full time job. They would be able to work in either the San Francisco or New York office. The compensation will be 30% than their market value in the private sector. For more information or questions, email us at

Evercore Info Session (5/16)

Please join representatives from Evercore as they discuss the Firm and summer analyst positions available for 2018. Evercore seeks to hire investment banking Summer Analysts for its Technology, Healthcare and Equity Capital Markets teams in Menlo Park.

Date: Tuesday, May 16

Time: 7-9 pm

Location: Cypress North, Tresidder Union

About Evercore

Evercore is a premier independent investment banking advisory firm with more than 1,500 employees and a global presence in the Americas, Europe and Asia.  Evercore was founded in 1995 by Roger Altman, a former Deputy Secretary of the Treasury and the Firm’s Senior Chairman. Evercore’s CEO is Ralph Schlosstein, a co-founder of Blackrock.  Evercore focuses on two lines of business, Investment Banking and Investment Management, and prides itself on being a trusted senior advisor to corporations of the highest caliber.

We seek to differentiate ourselves through unstinting adherence to our core values of Excellence and Integrity. The firm's investment bankers provide objective counsel to senior executives and Boards of Directors on a range of complex business and financial issues, including M&A, takeover defense, shareholder value creation, corporate governance, and asset divestitures. The restructuring advisory team provides financial restructuring services, strategic advice and related investment banking services to companies in financial transition as well as to their interest holders.


McKinsey & Company Event

McKinsey & Company’s Digital office for a deep dive into a recent study followed by a panel with consultants of varying tenures and some familiar faces from Stanford! This is a great opportunity to learn about how more technical backgrounds fit into the consulting world, and the kinds of work McKinsey does for technology clients.

We’ll be joined by Shannon Lijek, Associate Partner in Digital McKinsey’s Silicon Valley office, who will share a case example of a recent digital transformation where she leveraged the full breadth of McKinsey’s resources—working with designers, agilists, and engineers to deliver exceptional impact to the client. Then, we’ll open up to a panel of consultants to discuss the work we do, transitioning from engineering to consulting, and any additional questions you have about Digital McKinsey or the firm more broadly. 

Friday, May 12
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Stanford Faculty Club – Red Lounge
*Snacks will be provided

Sign up here

Careers in Finance Office Hours

Jon Blum (Class of ‘84, Senior Relationship Manager & Managing Director at Citi) & Ben Allanson (Vice President at Citi , institutional Equity Sales) are offering some time during the day to talk about careers in the financial services industry, as well as about Citi. This is an informal chat about the reasons they got into the industry, career experiences, etc. This is mostly aimed at Freshmen & Sophomores, as people start thinking about internships etc. next year.

Office Hours:

May 9th

12pm to 2pm – BEAM First Floor Conference Room (Ben Allanson)

4pm to 6pm – BEAM Second Floor Conference Room (Ben Allanson & Jon Blum)

Guild Mortgage Summer Marketing Internship

Guild Mortgage, one of the nation’s oldest and fastest-growing private mortgage lenders, is looking for two-four summer interns to work in its Marketing Department. 

Guild is undergoing an exciting period of business transformation, which includes:

  • New brand strategy and deployment
  • New sales and marketing automation infrastructure
  • Content development for buyer journeys via email, direct mail, video and social media
  • Analytics, reporting, and new continual improvement of marketing key performance indicators (KPIs)

Deadline: May 15th, 2017

Please see full description here.

Canon Internships – Marketing, HR, IT

VMware Global Alliances Research Intern (5/17)

The Go To Market Center of Excellence (GTM CoE) provides VMware with best practices, standardized processes, research and leadership around identify, creating, executing and measuring go to market opportunities with our technology partner eco-system. The GTM CoE is the coordinating function across the Worldwide Partner Organization and our extended teams in the BU, Marketing, Research and Development and VMware sellers.  Through this coordination of technology partner services & go to market activities VMware is able to align internally and with partners on investment in the joint technology solutions that will drive strategic impact for VMware & our customers.

This service focused team works with our Technology Partner Global Account Managers to ensure they are able to identify & maximize the opportunity with strategic technology partners & execute consistent and plan-fully go to market activities.

As a GTM CoE intern, you will have an opportunity to help design and support a new centralized service focused on technical solutions development & documentation.  You will be working with senior technical VMware architects and partner marketing teams.  In this opportunity you will learn to be accountable for helping develop the process for creating technical collateral such as solutions briefs, white papers, technical popwerpoint decks and media assets.  You will be engaging with virtual teams spanning different groups within VMware and partner organizations providing you with an experience in handling partner relationship aspects in addition to building technical strengths in delivering complex solutions supporting a wide range of customer use cases.

•    GTM CoE intern will be responsible for researching the current methosds of technical collateral creation, & helping design a process for how VMware technical architects engage and deliver technical collateral for jointly developed partner solutions
•    The goal for this intern is to develop and assist with creating sample technical collateral and templates by researching & engaging with VMware marketing, BU product marketing teams on existing processes and templates.
•    Additional focus will include understanding joint solutions development and documentation and how to deliver those assets through existing Vmware channels.
•    Work with teams in a wide range of roles such as product management, technical and solutions marketing, business and technical aliliances and learn lifecycle of a jointly developed solution.
•    Understand the market facts to position VMware joint solutions as a competitive solution
•    Define and create project requirements, planning and metrics

Please apply on Handshake.

GSB Center for Social Innovation Intern

The Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business is looking for a college summer intern for up to 3 months (June through August) to support its activities.

The Center educates insightful leaders for social and environmental change. We raise awareness about the most pressing issues of our times. We support business students in building the skills needed to address them through courses and experiential activities. We facilitate students transition to real world impact by alleviating financial barriers and providing access to relevant networks.


  • Hourly pay: $15
  • Start date: flexible after June 1
  • End date: flexible, hopefully Aug 31
  • Ability to take time off as needed to accommodate personal summer plans

Who should apply

  • Students interested in making the world a better place through philanthropy, entrepreneurship, impact investing, corporate responsibility and more
  • Students with solid knowledge of office technology tools or ease in absorbing them quickly
  • Self starters, problem solvers, independent workers capable to work with limited directions

Our intern will be involved in leading some of our summer projects in preparation for the new academic year and supporting others.

Please apply on Handshake.

Pre-Series A Startup Marketing Material Copywriter [paid]

Gabi was started to make buying and having insurance fun again for customers. Too often insurance consumers have to fill out long forms only to get a quote from a handful of insurance companies and most often they only get told about the ones where the agent makes a commission on.

We're looking for a copywriter who’s great at marketing language/writing to help out with redesigning their messaging across platforms. This is a great opportunity to impact the product and thousands of users. It will be a paid contract work.

If interested please email

The Cardinal Fund Wealth Management Recruitment (5/14)


The Cardinal Fund is an applied asset management program offered by the Economics department in conjunction with the Graduate School of Business and Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE). The course is offered for three units, and students are expected to commit to the program for six consecutive quarters, however, students who would like to study abroad will be able to do so. Students will receive a total of 18 units during the two year program, and 10 units can be counted as elective credit for the Economics major. 

Over the course of the two-year program, students act as a wealth manager for $1 million of SSE's endowment through investing in publicly traded stocks under the supervision of faculty members in the Graduate School of Business. No finance experience is required. The program begins with a finance bootcamp intended to teach students the skills necessary to select stocks and manage a portfolio. After the bootcamp ends, students prepare a risk management and portfolio strategy plan to present to SSE's Board of Directors. When this plan is approved, students begin making investments.

Information sessions
Wed, May 10th, 8pm, Old Union 200
Thu, May 11th, 7pm, the RAIL at the GSB (Bass Center, B312).

Application due
Sun, May 14th

Apply here:

Final round interviews will be conducted the following week.

For more information about the class and to submit your application, visit: Email with any questions