Want to gain work experience? Check out these exciting internships!
From marketing to fashion styling to mobile development, there’s something for every youngster looking for hands-on experience, on e27’s jobs portal!By Terence Ng 24 Mar, 2014
Here we bring you yet another installment of featured internships, courtesy of our jobs portal, which has grown to 337 jobs from 175 companies. Make use of these to gain working experience in startups, burnishing your resume for when you graduate!
Marketing Intern at Akimi Technologies
Akimi Technologies is a website and mobile application development company based in Singapore. Its main businesses include website design, website development, search engine optimisation, mobile application design, as well as iPhone and Android app development.
Now, Akimi is looking for a marketing intern to help grow the business by meeting with clients, as well as managing its online marketing efforts such as Google ads, Facebook, and Twitter feeds. If you’re a young, passionate undergraduate with good oral and written communication skills and a love for travel and meeting new people, why not apply?
Online Stylist (Internship) at TATE & TONIC
TATE & TONIC is a young and ambitious startup that aims to disrupt the way men buy clothes, helping them to look great without the hassle of shopping. Through a personalised curation system, it allows men to buy clothes with no effort and no risks; after all, we all know how much men hate going to the mall!
Currently, TATE & TONIC is looking for a stylist intern to help clients understand more about fashion, giving them the chance to make a better use of their clothing selection. If you’re a hardworking, detail-oriented fashionista and stay in touch with the latest trends, why not apply and help create a top class customer experience for your clients?
iOS and/or Android Intern at Love Out Loud Asia
Love Out Loud Asia or LOLA, is a private online dating platform serving busy working singles. Providing users one match a day at noon, it aims to reduce the spam common to other dating sites, letting females enjoy more privacy and males spend lesser time upfront with a reduced need for browsing.
Being app-focussed, it’s natural for LOLA to be looking for mobile developers to refine its product. If you’re studying in a Singaporean university and have hands-on experience with iOS or Android platforms, why not help LOLA in the task of letting thousands of individuals find love through building its app?