Four paid Financial/Sustainability/CSR internships with Responsible Research now available

Responsible Research has four internship positions available:

We’re hiring! Responsible Research is looking for Chinese-, Korean-, Thai- and Japanese-speaking interns interested in finance, CSR and/or sustainability. Ideal candidates should have financial analytical experience and be looking to enter the field of SRI or public policy.  These are paid, temporary positions based in Singapore—and valuable opportunities to learn about corporate social responsibility and sustainable finance. 
 
Contact info@responsibleresearch.com
 to submit your CV or for more information, or go straight to the job ad at http://responsibleresearch.com/Intern.html

Responsible Research is the leading provider of quality independent Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) research in Asia for global institutional investors. Our approach is based on analysis of material ESG factors, which increasingly affect both investment decisions and sustainability in the region. For more information: responsibleresearch.com

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    Founded in November 2007, Green Drinks Singapore is one of more than 800 cities with a Green Drinks presence.

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