Entrepreneurship / VC Content Marketing Intern


SCET faculty Shuo Chen is seeking an Entrepreneurship / VC Content Marketing Intern to conduct market research to understand trends, write briefs and articles, and support the Fall 2022 Challenge Lab course, How to Think Like an Entrepreneur: The Unspoken Rules for Thriving in the Workplace of the Future.


  • Conduct keyword research using tools like Google search console, Ahrefs, Semrush, Clearscope and other SEO tools
  • Create content briefs combining market opportunity sizing, SEO keyword research, brand guidelines and topical expertise
  • Write 500-1000 word articles for blogs, social distribution, and other avenues
  • Edit the work of other writers and researchers by providing clear and concise in-line feedback through cloud word documents
  • Conduct outreach to experts in the space for bylines, guest contributions, or other content collaborations
  • Measure content performance relative to SEO traffic, ranking, and growth over time


  • Interest in learning about entrepreneurship, technology startups and venture capital
  • Ability to convert sophisticated and abstract concepts into useful written content
  • Ability to write quickly without sacrificing quality or missing key ideas
  • Ability to deliver both creative moments and concise, lively copy that delivers value to readers — and to strike an appropriate balance between the two
  • Ability to evaluate and assess reader experiences across a variety of platforms
  • Analytical-minded relative to traffic, engagement, and performance metrics
  • Experience writing articles that clearly and concisely convey instruction, guidance, or explanation of technology and processes

Nice to have

  • Experience writing for a public blog
  • Content marketing / SEO internship experience
  • Experience working at a technology company


This is an unpaid internship position.


You may apply by sending a copy of your latest resume to shuo@berkeley.edu. Application deadline is September 16, and interviews will be conducted on a first-come-first-serve basis.

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Keith McAleer