Summer in London is here again and that means it’s time for us to recruit this year’s team of interns. You’ll have to be quick: applications open today and will close at 10am on 22nd June.
Who should apply?
If you’re a student, recent graduate or someone with a passion for product development who’s looking to get some invaluable experience, read on. We’re looking for three interns: a Technologist, a Designer and a Product Manager.
What's the opportunity?
This year, we’re teaming up with another organisation to give the interns the challenge of figuring out how an existing product can be taken into a new field, adapted to the specific needs of the sector and the people using it. More than that we can’t reveal at this point, but it will be an exciting real world opportunity to work on a product that matters.
What will it be like?
If you want to get a sense of the Made by Many internship programme, take a look at the 2016 team's blog.
Interns will be paid London Living Wage and will work at our canal-side studio in Angel, Islington from July to September. So if you’d like the opportunity to work inside the original digital product design company, send in your application today. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
We’re also trialling a new approach to applications, using Applied to help us attract more diverse applicants. Applied is designed to radically improve the recruitment process for employers. To facilitate this, applicants will notice there’s an extended Equal Opportunities form at the front of the application process — answers are entirely optional, but if you do fill it in, it’ll contribute to our efforts to increase social mobility.
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