Alaska Permanent Capital Management Company
Alaska Permanent Capital Management was founded in 1992 by David Rose, a former Executive Director of the Permanent Fund. APCM is an independent investment manager and advisor. APCM’s current clientele is comprised of institutions in the public and private sectors as well as individuals under its private wealth division (APCM Wealth Management for Individuals) throughout the state of Alaska. With a staff of 20, APCM manages approximately $3 Billion of customized portfolios.
The intern will gain exposure to the overall operations of Alaska Permanent Capital Management Co and APCM Wealth Management for Individuals. The intern will work with the firm’s staff on projects relating to marketing, deliverables to the client, and investment management projects. Projects may include:
- Creating marketing pieces
- Revamping quarterly presentation materials
- Using or modeling spreadsheets, databases, or qualitative data related to the portfolios
- Working with financial strategy programs, such as MoneyGuide Pro
- Researching and supporting client delivery
- Proofreading and posting company blogs
- Updating client portfolios
- Other tasks and projects may be assigned as well
Dependent on the firm’s needs at the time of the internship and based on the skills of the intern, they will be exposed to and have responsibilities for multifaceted duties and activities supporting the organization and its clients. This individual must be detail oriented and possess excellent interpersonal, organizational, and analytical skills.
The prospective intern must be a resident of Alaska or an Alaskan attending school inside or outside of Alaska. A Graduate student or students in their junior or senior year working towards their Bachelor’s degree will be considered. Recent undergraduate course work should emphasize a money management related field such as marketing, economics, business administration, accounting, finance, or computer science, with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in their major. The prospective intern must have excellent quantitative skills, a high degree of motivation and initiative, a good working knowledge of Windows operating systems, and be proficient in Word, Excel, and Power Point programs.
Spring, Summer, or Fall semester
$14.50/hour – Flexible 24 hours work week
Travel and housing
No travel or housing is provided.
Parking is provided.
Application and method of delivery
Prospective interns should submit via email directly to Alaska Permanent Capital Management: a cover letter, a resume, and copies of college transcripts.
Revolving deadline. Contact Amber Frizzell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Amber Frizzell
Alaska Permanent Capital Management Co.
900 W 5th Avenue, Suite 601
Anchorage, AK 99501
(907) 272-7574 fax