Susquehanna Growth Equity

Susquehanna Growth Equity (SGE) is a growth equity fund focused on software/SaaS, data, internet, healthcare technology, and financial technology in the United States, Europe, and Israel. SGE has invested $1.5B+ in more than 50 platform companies since 2006.

SGE was founded in 2006 to create a different kind of investor: a firm that itself is funded by entrepreneurs who understand the ups-and-downs of operating a business; a firm that has no fixed time horizons and is not subject to the vagaries of the private equity fundraising cycle; a firm that can be flexible in the types of deals it does, the securities it holds, and the risks it takes; and a firm which will help strategically without forcing its operational playbook on its operators.

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Our full-time analysts play an integral role in sourcing deals, executing transactions, managing the portfolio, or supporting corporate development. Our analyst role represents a unique opportunity for highly-motivated graduates to assume a wide set of responsibilities and make a significant impact in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment. We place new grads into the following teams:

  • Business Development
  • Investing
  • Portfolio Value Creation


Our Internship Program is a 10-week opportunity to work in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment investing in or consulting with high-growth software companies. We hire juniors or grad students that will be completing school within one year of their summer internship. Exceptional interns will be considered for full-time opportunities at SGE, contingent upon graduation. You'd have the opportunity to work with one of the following teams:

  • Investing
  • Portfolio Value Creation


Depending on which path you take, you will be able to complete your summer internship having gained valuable experience in some of the following:

  • Evaluating company performance with operational and financial data
  • Developing robust financial models and analysis
  • Networking with software CEOs and industry entrepreneurs
  • Evaluating potential investments in a variety of end markets
  • Interacting with portfolio company leadership on topics such as strategy, people/talent, sales/marketing/customer success, product, operations, and more