The NewForesight Junior Analyst Program

For young and high potential candidates, NewForesight offers a 6-month Junior Analyst program. Promising recent graduates can apply throughout the year.

Junior Analysts:

  • Work on at least 2 projects during their 6 months at NewForesight
  • Are assigned an experienced consultant as a mentor to help them identify their development priorities, and to ensure they have the opportunity to work on these
  • Attend at least 2 internal trainings during their period at NewForesight
  • Have the opportunity to grow within the organization, with most of our current analysts being hired after completing this program.

If you are looking to jumpstart your career in sustainability and think that you have the potential to join our team, keep an eye on our website for Junior Analyst opening and join our Young Agent of Change events to get to know more about NewForesight!

Meet our current Junior Analysts:

Daniel Pederson

Daniel is from Denmark and obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Agricultural Economics from the University of Copenhagen. As part of his studies, Daniel also spent an academic year at University of California at Davis and undertook fieldwork in Kenya and Angola. The focus of his studies has been on agricultural value chains in developing countries, with his master’s thesis investigating the post-conflict rehabilitation of coffee sectors, with special emphasis on the Angolan coffee sector. During his studies, Daniel has worked for the Danish Ministry of Environment and Food, the Danish Ministry of Defense and the Danish Embassy in Washington, D.C.

At the company, Daniel seeks to learn how NewForesight works with its clients to determine patterns in best practices on-the-ground, and incorporate these into systemic frameworks that can be applied in different cases to improve efficiency and create more sustainable solutions. Daniel will therefore be integrated into NewForesight’s current work on Service Delivery Models.

“The work environment at NewForesight is very inspiring. Everyone working here is energetic and driven by a common goal of creating sustainable solutions. It creates a very open atmosphere where people are always eager to learn and be challenged and where there is space for everyone to chip in with new ideas and solutions.”

Anny Stoikova

Anny is from Bulgaria and has a bachelor’s degree with honors in Political Science and International Relations. She also has a Master of Laws from the Central European University in Budapest, specializing in Comparative Constitutional Law and Human Rights, and was awarded the annual academic achievement award. She was a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and Columbia School of Law, and taught Human Rights Law at the American University in Bulgaria.

The Junior Analyst position is an opportunity for her to develop knowledge of the tools and methods to make the business case for sustainability, and to create value for all stakeholders through pre-competitive initiatives. While at NewForesight, she is working on several projects, including a project for the International Cocoa Organization for the development of a system to measure success in the industry, as well as on Service Delivery Models.

“NewForesight provides a rare glimpse into a company whose members and work style truly reflect its values and mission. I am very excited to be able to work side by side with such committed professionals to drive and create transformational strategies in sustainability”.