We Do What we love
Launching impactful global careers
From CEO and co-founder Dwight Wilson:
Our work at Collabriv is very personal.
We connect young professionals (from around the world) with entrepreneurs (in the San Francisco Bay Area currently) for internships and training, in part because I started my career by working overseas, for 4 years, and since then have been a entrepreneur and co-founder of 5 ventures in the Bay Area and Seattle.
Our work is very personal not just for me.
For young professionals from around the world, we offer you:
The chance to begin your careers by working abroad, getting trained in global collaboration and global leadership, and doing that in a multinational team of colleagues.
That’s a year (or more) that will set the course of your life.
For entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area we offer you:
The new perspectives, ideas, contacts, and access to global markets that an international intern (along with the colleagues in his or her multinational team) can bring to your venture. In addition, there is the ease of hiring this intern because we at Collabriv do the initial screening, provide training around interviews if needed, and steer everyone away from the visa and sponsorship focus that can put the wrong emphasis on international internships.
As an entrepreneur, I know that hiring the right people at an early stage can indeed set the right course for your venture.
We invite you to join us and get started soon.
Social entrepreneur who has co-founded five ventures in global talent development and international education: two San Francisco companies; two Seattle nonprofits (EarthCorps now in its 24th year); and a co-housing association in its 26th year. Over four years working in Chile, Honduras, India, Spain, and Uzbekistan. Graduate of Yale University (B.A. history, 1981) and the Peace Corps. Fifteen years in co-housing and five in co-working communities.
A native of Lahore, Pakistan, Faateh worked in business development for Collabriv (October 2015 – February 2016) before joining BeMyApp. He had five years of business development experience for start-ups in the media, events and services industries in Pakistan. Faateh launched and managed Pakistan’s first discount and services card and a magazine focused on heritage and culture. In 2015, he graduated from the Hult International Business School (San Francisco) with a Masters in International Business.
Patrick has had a 30-year career in business development, marketing and public relations in the business and social sectors. As a principal of Dippery Consulting, his clients have included XOJET, Mercy Corps and MondoWindow. He worked in thought leadership and conference organizing with The Economist and BusinessWeek based in Hong Kong and Australia from 1994 to 1998. He did graduate work in International Affairs at the University of California, San Diego, and has a B.A. in international relations from University of California, Davis (1984).