About Future VC
Future VC is an internship and developmental programme which supports access to the Venture Capital industry.
As well as paid internships at some of the top funds in Europe and the US, participants attend a series of unique masterclasses given by industry leaders that cover key knowledge areas required in VC.
What people say
“We had a brilliant experience working with Charlotte - her enthusiasm, engagement and attention to detail was brilliant. She developed a great relationship with the companies on our program, and is still connected to many of them. She also made some great connections to strong entrepreneurs that weren't on my radar - which shows the power of the Future VC program.”
"We really enjoyed having Rumbi working with us over the summer. She was a keen very capable and enthusiastic member of the team who got stuck in with all the projects we gave her. She was really useful to have with us and we would certainly take another intern next year."
“A well-structured internship programme that provided a great deal of education and training about VCs to the interns beyond the day-to-day of working with our small VC team.“
– Megumi Ikeda, Hearst Ventures
“We are pleased to have been a participant of the Future VC programme and provide insight into the media industry as well as the world of investments. Our intern quickly become a member of the Sky Startup Investments & Partnerships team and his contribution was very valuable to us.”
“We are committed to building the best team that we can and diversity is a key part of that as we believe it has a proven impact on creating better outcomes. Our [Future VC] intern provided real value for the duration of the programme; we're delighted that we could support Diversity VC who work relentlessly to help the industry broaden its reach.”
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