ASIF Ventures is recruiting a new board

ASIF Ventures is recruiting a new board. Are you interested in venture capital? Do you have what it takes to fund the new Dutch unicorns?  Fund student startups at ASIF ventures for 1 year, full-time. Apply now.

ASIF Ventures is funded by the UvA and VU to support young founders. Every year, they recruit five board members, who get to run a 1 million euro venture capital fund.

They are currently recruiting for five functions:

  • President
  • Marketing Director
  • Dealflow & Investments Director
  • Finance & Operations Director
  • Community & Inclusion Director

Please view this slide deck for more information on the individual roles.

Early: 15-03-2021
Final: 31-03-2021

They encourage womxn+, BIPOC, the LGBTQIA+ community, people with disabilities and other underrepresented groups in entrepreneurship, venture capital and tech.

You can visit ASIF Ventures to apply.

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