WeServe is the social arm of V2A Consulting.
The WeServe Fellows Virtual Summer Internship provides development opportunities for college students from Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic, by working with micro-enterprises or non-profit organizations to support their business and organizational growth, while being mentored and trained by V2A management consultants.
Be a part of an 8-week high impact experience with micro-enterprises & nonprofits in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico: Closed
Dominican Republic: April 22nd, 2021
Who are we Looking for:
Preferably college students majoring in Engineering, Business Administration, Finance, Computer Science or Marketing. However, college students from any academic background are welcome and encouraged to apply. Successful candidates must be:
- Strong Communicator
- Problem Solver
- Team Player
Become a WeServe Fellow
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Application deadline is March 15th, 2021.
Class of 2020 Highlights
“I couldn’t have asked for a better professional experience; the WeServe Fellows program is full of resources and incomparable connections that I’m sure will continue to benefit me in my academic and professional career!”
– Freshman at Northeastern University
“During the internship, I woke up knowing that my work was helping the island and the overall functioning of our business ecosystem. If you are looking for a career opportunity with purpose and amazing learning opportunities, apply to the WeServe Fellows program.”
– Junior at University of British Columbia
“Working as a WeServe Fellow offers an opportunity both to develop as a professional and to help in small organizations development. As a Fellow, your thoughts and your contributions will be valued every day as you work alongside respectful and brilliant staff.”
– Sophomore at University of Puerto Rico at Carolina
Experience the V2A Way
We are strategy consultants. We help organizations develop and implement tailor-made solutions that will enable them to make improvements to their performance and realize their most significant goals.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Would I need to go to any physical office?
Given the uncertainty of the COVID-19 situation, the summer experience will be remote. As long as you have a computer and access to internet, you can be part of the WeServe Fellows Summer Internship. In case a physical meeting would be needed, safety measures would be put in place.
Would I be paid for this virtual internship?
WeServe Fellows is a voluntary and non-paid experience for college students that want to be exposed to growth opportunities, new environments and acquire new knowledge. Fellows come out with a greater perspective of career interests and skills to help them succeed in their future job.
Can I choose the organization I want to work with?
The WeServe leadership team will match students’ skills with the needs of the organizations to be supported. Students won’t know the organizations they will be serving, until the first week of the program when assignments will be made.
Does becoming a WeServe Fellow mean I can work with V2A Consulting?
To become WeServe Fellows, students will pass through a screening process, similar to the initial steps used in the V2A Consulting recruiting process. Fellows who would like to be considered for a V2A position or professional internship, would need to go through the whole recruiting process. Of course, the virtual summer internship is a great way to show your strengths and skills to V2A personnel.
Who We Serve
Our WeServe Fellows conduct consulting projects for nonprofit organizations and micro-enterprises from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, that are facing a challenge or problem and need help to solve it. These challenges can be related to strategy, operations, marketing, finance, among others. Let us know how can we give you a hand this summer!
Any leader of a micro-enterprise or nonprofit organization located in Puerto Rico or the Dominican Republic is welcome to apply to be considered for the 2021 WeServe Fellows program.
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