Founded by Peter Chernin, Jesse Jacobs, and Mike Kerns, The Chernin Group (TCG) is a multi-stage investment firm dedicated to building consumer businesses. With a focus on majority and significant minority investments in growing consumer businesses, the TCG team has a track record of working with world-class consumer brands in digital media, commerce, marketplaces, sports, gaming, consumer finance, consumer blockchain and heal and wellness brands and platforms. The TCG portfolio includes Action Network, Barstool Sports, Dapper Labs, Exploding Kittens, Food52, Funko, Headspace, Hodinkee, MeatEater, The Pro’s Closet, and Zed Run and more. For more information visit tcg.co

TCG is offering a portfolio-wide internship program for the summer of 2023. TCG is an equal opportunity employer and champions inclusivity, diversity, education, and access, and are looking to add team members who are champions of these core values.

The program will place interns both at TCG and at individual portfolio companies for a total of 10 weeks between June 10 and August 16. TCG summer interns will be in-person in Los Angeles, and portfolio company positions may take place remotely or in-person. You’ll see listed below the individual positions TCG and participating portfolio companies will be filling. In your application (note: you should submit only one), please indicate the position(s) for which you would like to be considered. You may indicate interest in multiple roles.  


A)  TCG – Investment Analyst 

A summer Investment Analyst will become an integral part of TCG's investment team for the summer and will focus primarily on sourcing and assisting in evaluating growth equity and/or buyout investment opportunities. The summer analyst will also be exposed to other TCG initiatives and broader company strategy. Finally, they will have frequent interaction with senior executives.

About you:

  • Demonstrate a strong interest in consumer-facing sectors

  • Pursuing a career in finance, consulting, or corporate development; previous relevant experience is a plus

  • Possess a flexible disposition, entrepreneurial spirit, analytical aptitude, and self-starter mentality are essential

 

B)  TCG - Marketing & Community

A summer Marketing Analyst will be an integral member of TCG's Operations Team. During the duration of their internship, they will partner with senior leadership and key stakeholders working on a summer-long project. This project may be focused on internal or external marketing efforts for TCG and/or our portfolio companies. This is a great opportunity to learn best practices in marketing and community building. Summer Analysts will also be exposed to other TCG initiatives and broader company strategies.

About you:

  • Demonstrate a strong interest in consumer-facing sectors

  • Pursuing a career in marketing, finance, or corporate development; demonstrated interest in this field through prior professional experience or coursework is a plus

  • Possess a flexible disposition, entrepreneurial spirit, analytical aptitude, and self-starter mentality 

 

C)  TCG - Data Analytics

A summer Data Analytics Analyst will be an integral part of TCG's Operations Team. During their internship, they will partner with the existing Data Team to lead a summer-long project designed to further improve TCG portfolio operations. 

About You:

  • Experience developing and launching a meaningful product/project from scratch

  • Self-starters

  • Major in computer science, engineering, math, or other fields related to quantitative analytics

  • High attention to detail and accuracy and strong analytical skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

  • Experience and interest in data science or data analytics (ex. Python, R, SQL, or similar) OR back-end engineering (Javascript, Node, React, Noble Development, or similar)

 

D) TCG - Summer Operations Analyst - Human Resources & People Operations

A summer HR & People Ops Analyst will be an integral part of TCG's Operations Team. During their internship, they will partner with the existing HR team to lead a summer-long project designed to further improve the TCG employee experience. They will also have exposure to and may support other HR projects and best practices intended to drive firm-wide goals.

About you:

  • Pursuing a career in human resources or people operations; areas of focus may include recruiting, employee engagement, compensation & benefits, or training & development

  • Demonstrated interest in this field through prior professional experience or coursework, a plus

  • Possess a flexible disposition, entrepreneurial spirit, analytical aptitude, and self-starter mentality

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Open For: Undergraduate (rising college juniors)

Expected weekly base salary: $1,500

Actual base salary within that range will be determined by several components including but not limited to the individual's experience, skills, qualifications and job location. For roles located outside of the US, please disregard the posted salary bands as these roles will follow a separate compensation process based on local market comparables.

Additional compensation: Base salary does not include other forms of compensation or benefits that may be offered in connection with the advertised role.

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