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Student Internships

Check back in Spring 2022 for exciting internship opportunities at Lux Equity

Previous Interns

Andrew Waslen
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The Lazaridis School of Business & Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University

Private Equity Analyst, 2020

"My experience at Lux Equity has been instrumental in my career development and provided me with a very holistic view of the private equity industry. While at Lux, I was able to work on a variety of deals from real estate to healthcare and biotech, and even capital raising. The most valuable part of my experience was being able to work alongside full-time investment professionals who took a genuine interest in helping me develop as an analyst and as a young professional."

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Justin Gibbs
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Ivey Business School, Western University

Private Equity Analyst, 2019

"As a summer analyst at Lux Equity, I was able to develop substantial technical knowledge and industry expertise alongside a helpful team. The responsibility given to interns allows for amazing learning opportunities from both private equity and real estate perspectives. In addition, a collegial work atmosphere enables students to learn from talented senior employees on a daily basis."

Oliver Bailey Smith
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University of Toronto

Marketing Analyst, 2018

"My time at Lux Equity gave me the opportunity to hone my skills in all aspects of marketing. I was given a high level of autonomy which allowed me to experiment and learn marketing strategy through a hands-on approach, including developing web, social media, and print campaigns. Most importantly, the team was inclusive, welcoming, and always ready to help out. I will always be grateful for my time at Lux Equity."

Eric Guan
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Queen's University

Private Equity Analyst, 2016-2017

"I was most interested in working at Lux Equity due to the responsibility that was given to the interns. Interns receive an unparalleled amount of learning opportunities proportional to the quantity of work they can handle. As a result, I was able to work on parts of a real estate transaction that a typical private equity intern would never see. As cliche as it sounds, the internship gives back as much as you put into it."

Sandy Tse
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Western University

Marketing Analyst, 2016

"My advice to new interns is to come with an open mind and be humble. As is for everything in life, coming into this internship with humility and an open mind is crucial in the development of the intern throughout the duration of the program. The entrepreneurial environment that you will be working in requires you to be malleable and open-minded; it's important to not come in with a fixed mindset on how things should be done. You might be pleasantly surprised with what you may learn under these conditions."

Ruben Zhou
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Queen's University

Private Equity Analyst, 2016

"I wanted a role where I would be able to take on a lot of responsibility and learn as much as possible and Lux provided this opportunity. The best part of the internship was the people, who made it a fun environment to work in- I looked forward to seeing the team every day. I would tell new interns to push yourself to do as much as possible. You'll be given as much responsibility as you can handle, so be proactive if you want to maximize your experience."

Xiaonan Liu
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York University

Private Equity Analyst, 2016

"My favourite aspect of working at Lux Equity was the tight-knit environment and the people. The small team meant that there was a flat work environment. Given the environment, I was able to develop very close relationships with all my superiors. At the end of the day, working with like-minded intelligent people made the internship an unforgettable experience for me."

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