Friday, February 5, 2021

Paid 2021 Summer Internship with Robert Charles Lesser

RCLCO, a national leader in providing strategic economic guidance to the real estate industry, seeks qualified Interns for summer 2021. RCLCO is recognized as the leading independent knowledge solutions provider to the real estate industry. Founded in 1967, RCLCO is a pioneer in bridging market and financial feasibility, consumer research, and industry intelligence. Our professionals are widely respected for their ability to assess economic and market directions, and to translate these trends into project concepts and financial guidance.

Interns join our team as junior consultants to gain unmatched experience in real estate analytics and exposure to the industry. Intern team members may be invited to stay at RCLCO to advance their careers in real estate consulting, or may eventually pursue other career or educational opportunities; our Interns have gone on to successful careers in real estate development, private equity, banking, investment, and public policy.
Interns work directly with project managers and senior firm leadership to provide foundational support for RCLCO’s market research, financial and statistical analyses, and professional reports and client presentations.
Key responsibilities include:
  • Organize data, analyze trends, and construct financial and statistical models by employing existing RCLCO methodologies and/or developing new approaches;
  • Conduct primary and secondary economic, demographic, and real estate research;
  • Prepare reports and presentations to communicate key findings and recommendations to clients;
  • Provide analytical support in client meetings and presentations;
  • Support business development and intellectual property initiatives.
Qualifications:
  • Entering senior year of an undergraduate or graduate degree program in economics, finance, real estate, urban studies or planning, architecture, human geography, political science, or other liberal arts disciplines with demonstrated experience of quantitative and qualitative analysis;
  • Excellent academic record;
  • Passion for analysis, ability to structure quantitative and qualitative problem-solving approaches, and attention to detail and accuracy;
  • High levels of proficiency with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word, and in conducting internet research;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Professional in demeanor and appearance, a self-starter, a good time manager and a dependable “team player.”
Please be sure to indicate your preferred office (Washington D.C., Los Angeles, Austin, Orlando) and report your grade point averages (GPAs) for all relevant academic programs. Incomplete applications will not be considered or reviewed. This is a paid internship commensurate with candidate’s experience.

Apply on the RCLCO website.

[Students interested in academic credit should consult with their department or college.]

For best consideration, apply by February 20.