We are an investment firm investing exclusively at the intersection of healthcare and technology, founded by a Stanford University alumna and former faculty member. Continuous learning is a core value for us, and we love working with students and young professionals interested in applying their skills in the venture-backed ecosystem. 

We are actively looking for international interns available to start in 2023 (and beyond). We expect a full-time or nearly full-time commitment, and the internship is onsite, based in our office in Barcelona. We welcome applicants for two types of internship experiences, each with a different focus and duration: 

visiting analyst internship, six-month duration

This is our flagship program, and it runs year-round. It has a six-month duration, potentially extendable once. For the years 2023 and 2024, it has four possible start periods, ideally, at or near the end of each quarter (March, June, September, or January).  With that said, we are flexible and can work around your needs. It is designed for active students and recent graduates who are looking for a well-rounded experience in the venture capital industry before continuing their studies or while deciding what career path they would like to embark upon. To qualify for the position, candidates must be EU, EEA, or Swiss citizens, for whom moving to Spain is simple: they can live, work, and study in the country without restriction. 

research analyst/associate internship, three-month duration

This program runs in the summer, only. It has a ten-to-twelve weeks duration. It is designed for active students who are working on their thesis/dissertation and need an industry partner to carry out original research; who need an internship experience to fulfill the requirements of their academic curriculum; or who desire a working experience to keep learning, clarify career objectives, and gain a new perspective from the vantage point afforded by a position in the venture capital industry. To qualify for the position, candidates must be EU, EEA, or Swiss citizens; or, be non-EU citizens already studying and living in Spain; or, otherwise have the freedom to live in Spain for the duration of the internship. We have experience working with numerous universities to ensure students receive units of credit for their work. 

next step: becoming a fellow

Selected exceptional interns go on to become nina fellows, and continue to learn and engage with our firm after their internship ends. For more information on these experiences and how to apply, please download this document (PDF).

a note on diversity

We have been privileged to work with 24 interns since the start of our firm in 2019, including 13 female and 11 male students and recent graduates. We believe gender diversity makes us stronger and helps us make better quality decisions—that is, it helps us deliver more value to our limited partners and founders alike. Yet, we know that women are underrepresented in the European venture capital industry. Therefore our objective is to host, over time, a most diverse group of interns.


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November 2, 2022