We welcome applications for summer (June-August), fall/autumn (September-December), and spring (January-May) internships. Our internships serve as a significant professional pipeline, and many past interns have gone on to full-time employment with the firm. While an internship is not an automatic path to a job offer, interns who perform strongly will receive priority consideration for openings that develop during or after their time at Veracity. While we are open to those seeking a career change or who are otherwise unconventional internship applicants, we particularly encourage those who are completing or have recently completed post-graduate and undergraduate study and would be well positioned to transition to full-time roles following their internship.

In general, we seek candidates who are curious by nature, possess a strong work ethic, are excellent writers, and can learn new skills quickly. All of our internships are paid, and we seek to integrate interns into all aspects of the firm as much as possible. Our New York office is currently operating on a hybrid basis, and interns should expect to spend some time in the office to ensure their integration into the firm’s culture and work.


The intern will support Veracity’s research, analysis, and business development activities—applying substantive knowledge and analytic capability in a creative and compelling manner. Interns should be available for a minimum of 20 hours per week for summer positions and 15 hours per week for the fall/autumn and spring. The first week will be devoted to onboarding and training in Veracity’s systems, processes, and products. Subsequent responsibilities may include:

  • Providing research support to teams completing consultations on behalf of the firm’s clients; this will expose interns to a variety of research approaches and project types, including pre-investment due diligence, political monitoring, and risk advisory
  • Aiding the development of new opportunities by conducting market analysis, opportunity targeting, and other research as needed
  • Helping to prepare talking points and background research for business development pitches and events
  • Updating and maintaining internal databases for project-related work


  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree, either completed or in process (business, international relations, politics, or related concentrations preferred)
  • Strong critical thinking and research skills
  • Interest in and knowledge of business trends in emerging markets
  • Attention to detail; track record of producing high-quality, concise written analysis
  • Excellent time-management skills; ability to work with minimal supervision and to handle a highly diverse set of requirements at any given time
  • Demonstrated proficiency with MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Google Suite
  • Must have valid US work authorization
  • Foreign language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Mandarin, Russian) preferred


If your qualifications and experience are compatible with this position, please send an email to with the subject line “Internship application” and include the following:

  • 1-page resume / CV
  • Cover letter including an explanation of your suitability for the role