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Be a Miro Intern This Summer

January 17th, 2008 by Nicholas Reville

We are looking for 2 programming and 1 marketing / outreach intern for this summer. These are unpaid positions, but offer great experience with one of the most popular open-source programs in the world and a unique, fast-growing non-profit. We have an office in Worcester, MA, but most of our staff works from home around the world and we expect the same will be true of our interns– you don’t have to live in Worcester. We will expect you to work 30 hours a week for at least 9 weeks and to file a weekly progress report. Following your internship, we will happily serve as job references and provide written recommendations.

The programming interns will work on a variety of projects 2008 Intern Projects.

The marketing / outreach intern will focus on grassroots outreach to users, blogs, and reporters. We will develop a specific strategy with you in the months leading up to the start of your work.

TO APPLY: If you are interested in one of these positions, please email jobs (at) pculture.org. Include a resume and a brief note about why you would like to work for us.

p.s. If your school gives credit for internships, we’re happy to work with you to make this count for credit.

One Response to “Be a Miro Intern This Summer”

  1. Rob J says:

    I hope one intern project is to put a tell a friend button on the front page and the download page too.

    Might need two interns if you get them from Yale. hehe

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