Tech.eu is looking for interns

On our quest to find the single cheesiest stock photo of ‘students’ ever made, we found this one:

Tech.eu is growing faster than we anticipated, and we could use a couple of interns to exploit help us achieve our goals more efficiently.

Interested in an internship with a young European digital media company and keen to help us grow our brand and broaden our reach? You’re in luck! We’ll make you work super hard for absolutely no financial renumeration whatsoever! (see update below)

If that doesn’t make your bones tingle already, we can also promise you that you’ll learn a lot in a short period of time and that you’ll land in a great working environment.

Update: since this seems to be a somewhat sensitive topic: internships in Belgium are typically unpaid, but we’re not opposed to giving awesome interns an allowance to (at least) cover their transportation and food expenses. Get in touch to talk about this.

Who are we looking for? Smart, motivated and entrepreneurially-minded students who can help us with some graphical design work, students who can give us some editorial assistance, and people who are keen to help us out on our sales and marketing efforts.

From the name of this publication, you’ve probably guessed we write about the technology scene in Europe. Thus, ideally, you have an interest in tech, and if you’re eager to learn more about the EU tech startup ecosystem we would argue there’s no better place for you.

Where? We’re looking for interns in Belgium (preferably in or near Brussels) but we’re also open to evaluate applicants from Paris. In both capital cities, we can provide office space but you should also know we’re pretty flexible about where you’d actually work from.

When do we want you to start? ASAP! Seriously, like, yesterday.

How can you apply? Send your resume, a letter and a nice hand-woven Persian carpet to our COO, Leen Segers. Ok, forget about the carpet but email her now (leen@tech.eu).

(Credit for the cheesy photo above goes to Andresr / Shutterstock)