At Alpine, we believe in PeopleFirst™. We’re invested in unleashing your potential and your passion, and we give you the autonomy you need to reach higher and farther. We know the best leaders rise to the occasion, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.
Every business is unique, but we believe that all businesses are about people first. Everything we do is focused on unleashing human potential, because inspiring personal growth is the best way to build enduring businesses.
We have a bias for action—always trying, testing, failing, and improving in our pursuit of excellence. Each quarter, we focus on improving one aspect of our business, from our investment processes to the way we approach diversity and inclusion.
Alpine believes that accountability and empowerment go hand-in-hand. Regardless of position or tenure, each person at Alpine is empowered to deliver on firm-wide and individual goals. We seek individuals who are driven by ownership and responsibility, and who want to be empowered to do their best work.
Our differences are just as important to our success as the things we hold in common. We always seek to engage people with diverse experiences and backgrounds to broaden our perspectives, enrich debate, and enhance creativity and innovation.
You shouldn’t have to choose between a fulfilling personal life and a thriving career. Alpine offers a role that matches your strengths and passion, giving you the greatest chance of success in your personal and professional endeavors.
Summer analysts are integral members of all of our teams. We give our interns meaningful responsibilities and ownership to maximize their learning and accelerate their development.
Spend your summer internship with one of the best places to work in the Bay Area according to Fortune magazine.
We review applications on a rolling basis and encourage you to apply as soon as you are ready as interviews may occur prior to the application period closing. Our general application period will be from July 1, 2019 through October 31, 2019.
Alpine has a second-to-none training program (“Alpine University”), a personalized mentorship program, and a team of brilliant people
Alpine gives interns an incredible amount of responsibility. During my summer, I built full operating models and valuations for two live deals, and presented in front of company executives. The hands-on deal experience, coupled with the collaborative company culture, are key reasons I decided to join the team full-time.
Ozair received his BS in Commerce and East Asian Studies from the University of Virginia, and received his MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge as a Lenox-Conyngham Scholar.
I loved having the opportunity to work on a diverse set of projects alongside some of the most intelligent and hard working, yet humble people. I really appreciated how all Alpine employees were approachable and made an effort to get to know the intern class.
Stephanie graduated with Distinction from Stanford in 2018 with a B.S. in Management Science and Engineering. Prior to joining Alpine, Stephanie interned at 2 startups and 2 asset management firms in the Bay Area.
At Alpine, I led important parts of a software deal, despite having little financial knowledge coming into the internship. To equip interns for the challenge, Alpine has a second-to-none training program (“Alpine University”), a personalized mentorship program, and a team of brilliant people that are always willing to share their expertise.
Dominic studies Computer Science at Princeton University. Prior to joining Alpine, Dominic interned at Microsoft and ran a digital agency that builds software products for early-stage companies.
At Alpine, everyone is so committed to ensuring you're constantly learning and growing as a person. I left the summer a smarter and better person.
Leeraz studies Finance and Marketing at the University of Virginia. Leeraz is a Jefferson Scholar, Echols Scholar, and a member of the Raven Society. She's worked previously at a startup and at a VC firm.
Members of Alpine's CEO-in-Training (CIT) program gather each quarter to share their experiences and best practices.
The mission of Alpine's CEO-in-Training program is to provide business leaders like you with amazing development opportunities, meaningful operating experience, a vibrant community, and the most compelling professional opportunities of your career.
What attracted me most to the Alpine CEO-in-Training program was the group of people and support network that I found at Alpine. Alpine’s deep bench of innovative CEOs and investors results in a welcoming community rich in insights, ideas and expertise.
At Alpine, we seek individuals who have a bias for action, are tenacious in overcoming obstacles, and act with candor and kindness. We believe in empowering these individuals to do their best work.
We’re a mission-driven company that works with exceptional people to build enduring, purpose-driven companies. We don’t back down from challenges, and we find fulfillment in both our work and personal lives, because they fuel each other. We act with humility and keep our word, and we want to work with people who share our values.
I love waking up every day with the goal of investing in and building growing, enduring businesses. I'm motivated each day by a team that isn’t afraid to innovate and pushes me to be my best.