TUCK CAPITAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
An investment committee composed of alumni in mutual fund companies and hedge funds, Center directors and members of the Tuck Career Development Office votes on student proposals, sets risk limits, and provides feedback. Students submit interim reports and a final report for independent study credit.
Students conduct weekly conference calls with the investment committee to discuss markets, sectors and investment proposals.
To see an interview with Perry Boyle, please click here.
MAYNARD ENTREPRENEURIAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The Maynard Entrepreneurial Internship Program is funded by Tuck alumnus and Center Advisory Board member Fred Maynard T'85.
Since the program's inception in 2000, over 110 students and more than 100 companies have participated in the Maynard Program. Students interested in applying for Maynard Program opportunities should contact Jonathan Masland in the Career Development Office for information and guidelines.
PRIVATE EQUITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
CENTER MBA INTERNSHIP
Key Research Topics
To apply, please write a one-page letter of interest addressed to Professor Fred Wainwright, attach a one-page resume, and email firstname.lastname@example.org in the Career Development Office.
MBA FELLOWS PROGRAM
Each academic year, the Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship selects Tuck MBA students who demonstrate interest and achievement in the fields of private equity and entrepreneurship to serve as MBA fellows.
The fellows participate in the center's numerous research projects and have the opportunity to meet and host visiting executives while they are on campus. The research projects include industry surveys, in-depth studies of current academic topics, informational interviews of practitioners and co-authoring of cases and reports for use in classes, conferences, and in the media. The center visitors and guest lecturers include institutional investors, venture capitalists, buyout investors, corporate venturers, angel investors, entrepreneurs, attorneys and accountants.
The 2012-13 MBA Fellows are:
DARTMOUTH ENDOWMENT FELLOWS PROGRAM
The Dartmouth Office of Investments and the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship are pleased to announce the launch of the Dartmouth Endowment Fellows Program. This program accepts three Tuck students each year for a year-long unpaid internship conducting projects related to institutional asset management and investment under the guidance of the Dartmouth College Office of Investments. Projects range from asset allocation modeling to assessing potential investments in public equities and bonds as well as alternative assets such as real estate, hedge funds, and private equity funds. The program is open to first-year and second-year Tuck students. Each project will have a specific timeline and minimum hours of work required per week. Final project results will be presented to senior members of the Office of Investments and the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship. Certain projects may qualify for Independent Study credit. Successful completion of projects may lead to interviews for summer or full time job opportunities in the Office of Investments.
KAUFFMAN FELLOWS PROGRAM
Kauffman fellows are hired by their venture capital firm as a standard, full-time employee and receive compensation and benefits as a regular employee. Fellows negotiate their salary with their employing firm and are expected to be compensated according to their experience level. The minimum requirements for application are a graduate degree and three years' full-time work experience. The program is now open to candidates regardless of citizenship. Some additional common characteristics of successful applicants include management of people and/or projects, as well as an applied understanding of company building, finance, and technology.
Kauffman Fellow Winners
Kauffman Fellow Finalists