Junior Financial Analyst Internship with Companies of Peace

Junior Financial Analyst Internship


  • Perform investment evaluation researching macroeconomic and microeconomic conditions along with company fundamentals to make business, sector and industry recommendations
  • Report generation and spreadsheet analysis
  • Clarify and narrow CoPeace™ selection criteria; create functioning index
  • Generate financial statements, reports, and details for investors
  • Assemble and summarize data; prepare reports; make presentations of findings, analyses, and recommendations


  • Solid economic, finance, accounting background (Bachelor’s Degree and/or working toward MBA)
  • Educational knowledge of accounting and financial reporting requirements and best practices
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Exceptional tech savviness
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, and time management skills; able to independently start and manage multiple tasks
  • Creative and flexible; demonstrates ability to adapt, improvise, and be a dynamic part of a virtual team
  • Invested in a more sustainable future, with a deep understanding of environmental, social, and government challenges facing our world today

Job Type:

  • Internship (unpaid), with projected start date March 1, 2018
  • Potential transition into 3-month paid Internship, starting June 2018 ($2000/month stipend)
  • Full-time opportunities may develop as company grows (expected salary $36,000+ and some possible limited share options)

Interested applicants may submit their resume to: mmasten2@copeace.com

About the Organization

Companies of Peace (CoPeace) is a multi-national holding company investing in and managing growing businesses that do measured good works and impact, while harnessing an accumulated marketing story to build cooperative success. CoPeace will invest in innovative models that work better for our interdependent future. CoPeace will methodically grow its holdings, starting in the 2nd Quarter of 2018. Several targets are in the process of being evaluated. Founded in Denver, CoPeace is seeking $3.5 million to start building its plan, hire appropriate managers, and secure an initial board.



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