UT Idea Lab is looking for interns: event management and administrative work, communication and a design
Idea Lab of the University of Tartu provides pre-incubation programme for all students. Our extra-curricular entrepreneurial programme enables students to develop ideas to validated business models. Our workshops are integrated with hands-on exercises and team mentoring sessions. Mentors are start-up founders or entrepreneurs from different business sectors.
It is a place where students from all disciplines can find innovative solutions to everyday problems and test viability of their ideas. Idea Lab is perfect for students who are passionate about turning ideas into reality.To accomplish that, we are looking for interns such as:
Event Management intern's assignments are:
- Network communication
- Planning and organizing events and workshops
- Preparing events
- Assisting Idea Lab manager
Communication intern’s assignments are:
of Idea Lab programme and events
and analyzing feedback
- Writing blogs and news
- Assisting Idea Lab communication manager
promotional materials for Idea Lab programme and activities
with design software
creatively to produce new ideas and concepts
We are offering:
and challenging internship
to Idea Lab’s and its partners events
and supportive team
lot of new contacts
coffee every day and occasionally free food
We expect you to:
interested in entrepreneurship and start-ups
an ability to adapt and grow
creative and have your own initiative
fluency in English
To apply send your resumé and motivation letter to email@example.com. Application deadline: 18.04.2016.
Check our homepage for more information about Idea Lab: ideelabor.ut.ee. If you have questions feel free to send an e-mail to the given address or visit Idea Lab.
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