Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG) is a global business strategy and commercial diplomacy firm with a commitment to excellence, integrity, and discretion. We work with our clients to assess markets, manage risk, and realize new opportunities. We have a proven track record of helping solve commercial, political, and regulatory challenges in countries around the world.
ASG offers perspectives honed at the highest levels of government, business, and the social sector, and insights informed by an unparalleled 180+ member worldwide team that has advised clients in more than 110 countries. ASG goes beyond opening doors, working alongside our clients to develop and implement tailored strategies.
ASG is seeking interns for the summer 2018 with knowledge of China, the Middle East and North Africa, Latin America, East Asia and Pacific, South Asia, Africa, Europe, Health and Life Sciences, Global, Business Development, Communications and Marketing, and Operations.
Tasks will vary for individual intern positions, but all interns are asked to contribute in a number of ways. This includes, but is not limited to the following tasks:
- In-depth research and analysis on key people, companies, institutions, and issues of interest to the firm.
- Drafting briefing memos, talking points, background materials, and press releases.
- Assisting with administrative tasks as they arise, including, but not limited to: editing of documents; answering phones; staffing reception desk.
- Performing other duties as assigned.
Interns will have the opportunity to work on a diverse portfolio of activities that should expose them to the foreign and domestic policy decision-making processes and the interplay between governments, NGOs, businesses, and civil society.
- Undergraduate interns will be, at a minimum, a rising junior or senior.
- Must be a team player.
- Ability to prioritize work and shift priorities on short notice.
- Experience and ability to work independently.
2015 Intern Reflection:
Albright Stonebridge Group must be the most exciting place in the world period. The firm is at once intellectual, engaging, and meaningful. And we care the most about ideas. No matter who you are--intern or principal--you are judged on your ability to contribute. There is no hierarchy.
But the culture of the firm is not the most rewarding part. Our ambition is what has motivates me to give my most to every day. We are building the most prominent firm at the intersection of the public, private, and social sector. Given the chance to be here, I do not understand why anyone would want to work anywhere else.
Rohan Pavuluri '18