Thumbnail

USC Marshall Fund Analysts

USC Marshall Venture Fund

USC MARSHALL FUND ANALYSTS 

The USC Marshall Venture Fund student analysts are an interdisciplinary group of graduate and undergraduate students that aid the fund in its Spring investment cycle.

Through an independent study opportunity within the Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at Marshall School of Business, analysts source and curate deal flow, lead research on innovative ventures, draft deal memos, and interact with the Investment Committee.

To identify high-potential startups, analysts regularly interface with founders from:

CURRENT ANALYSTS 

 

Katy Arkell

Katy Arkell

Cherry Chen

Cherry Chen

Ben Chen

Ben Jiang

Ankur Karwal

Ankur Karwal

Adam Levy

Adam Levy

Ashan Marla

Ashan Marla

Diego Socorro

Diego Socorro

Zach Sullens

Zachary Sullens

Kwaku

Kwaku Yiadom

 

Interested in becoming a student analyst? Just fill out the form below:

Pre-Screening Analyst Interview

Thank you for your interest in the position of Junior Analyst at USC Venture Fund. The following questions will provide us with a deeper understanding of who you are and your level of expertise. Don’t worry! Be yourself. While industry experience is a plus, we also value demonstrated interest. Don’t forget to attach your resume! Please limit each answer to 300 words or less.

















   
After reviewing your answers, we will contact you to discuss the next step. Please keep in mind this is a competitive application process and not all applicants will advance past 


CONTACT

Thumbnail

For more information please contact the USC Marshall Fund at venturefund@marshall.usc.edu.