Bessemer Fellowship Program
Connecting university students to great tech companies
A Bessemer Fellow is a special appointment for high-performing third-year college students interested in pursuing an internship in engineering, product, or data science. The program is for students who have demonstrated excellence in their academic or professional pursuits and are passionate about contributing to Bessemer’s robust entrepreneurship ecosystem.
The Bessemer Fellowship Program will appoint up to 20 fellows for Summer 2024. Applications are accepted for third-year undergraduate students in these functions. We are particularly focused on working with students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Note: This is not an analyst or venture capital internship, but instead an opportunity to work at one of the companies that Bessemer has funded. If you are looking for an internship to learn more about the world of venture capital investing, please consider applying to Bessemer’s Analyst Program.
Bessemer's Previous Cohorts
Get to know our cohorts and learn about what changes they wish to see in tech by 2030.
- 2020 Fellowship cohort
- 2021 Fellowship cohort
- 2022 Fellowship cohort
- 2023 Fellowship cohort - coming soon!
Here are a few of the companies that have hosted a Bessemer Fellow. To learn more about them, please visit our companies page:
Bessemer Venture Partners helps entrepreneurs lay strong foundations to build and forge long-standing companies. With more than 135 IPOs and 200 portfolio companies in the enterprise, consumer, and healthcare spaces, Bessemer supports founders and CEOs from their early days through every stage of growth. Bessemer’s global portfolio includes Pinterest, Shopify, Twilio, Yelp, LinkedIn, PagerDuty, DocuSign, Wix, Fiverr, and Toast and has $19 billion of assets under management. Bessemer has teams of investors and partners located in Tel Aviv, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York, London, Boston, Beijing, and Bangalore.
Born from innovations in steel more than a century ago, Bessemer’s storied history has afforded its partners the opportunity to celebrate and scrutinize its best investment decisions (see Memos) and also learn from its mistakes (see Anti-Portfolio).
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about our program.