Based on their individual interests, the Wallenberg International Fellows will be matched to internships at premier institutions and organizations related to business, finance, economics, policy, and government.
The internship is designed as an authentic international business experience, centered on a specific project, paper, or other corporate initiative. Given the background and distinction of the Wallenberg International Fellows, the international companies that participate will benefit greatly as well, gaining access to some of the most talented students in the world.
Sebastian Röing’s internship was with the Peterson Institute for International Economics, performing research and analysis as part of an interdisciplinary team, for two articles and a book on sovereign debt management and financial stability regulation.
Bensam Solomon’s summer internship was with Limiar Capital, LLC, a private equity firm focused on emerging markets, and he also had a fall internship at the International Finance Corporation.
Alexa Straus’ internship was with Medtronic, in the corporate international relations department. Her work focused on the formulation and execution of Public Private Partnerships and market access issues, health economics and regulatory policies for medical devices.
Valentino Grbavac’s internship was at Ericsson where he supported the Standardization Team in an evaluation of national regulations in different countries to understand their needs, and find solutions that work with country/regional policies, and technology.
Chloe Krawczyk’s internship was at EQT Ventures, the venture capital arm of global private equity group EQT, where she analyzed fast-growing and innovative technology companies to find promising investment opportunities.
Sylvia Sun’s summer internship was at Investor, A.B. Patricia Industries and Permobil where she split her time doing business development work and Asia market analysis for Permobil followed by work at Patricia Industries working on investment and corporate strategic analysis, financial modeling and valuation work on current and future investments.
Olivia Lamb’s internship was with the Merger and Acquisition Group of Electrolux, where she worked on acquisition projects in different stages of the process, spanning various business sectors and geographies.