Team work makes the dream work and we are looking for interns to join our team
Hustle Crew is looking for ambitious young people who are passionate about making the future fair. We are empowering young women today, to be leaders of tech tomorrow.
We know that in the future all companies will be tech companies, and we want the bosses of those companies to reflect the society they serve. Is this a mission that inspires you, too?
Since launching last summer we have helped over 100 ambitious young people build their confidence, create compelling personal brands, gain more responsibility in their jobs and feel more secure about their abilities to be a leader.
Do you want to:
Develop your marketing / community management / social media / research / strategy skills?
Receive free coaching and training from an entrepreneur who's worked at top tech companies like Amazon?
Gain a positive recommendation from our founder on LinkedIn?
Lead a project for an early stage startup?
Add great experience to your CV?
We are looking for interns who can work from uni/home to lead a few growth projects in January to March 2017. Some projects are one off and just need a couple of days work in total, and some are ongoing. Some require creative skills like turning inspiring quotes into beautiful images to post on Instagram, some require research skills like finding our target audience members on Twitter, MeetUp and LinkedIn for us to follow and contact.
If you have time to contribute in any way and would like to get involved please email our founder Abadesi on email@example.com or text or WhatsApp her on 07810175401. In your message please include your name, how many hours you have available each week to help, and what skills you are most keen to develop.
We would love to help you develop your skills and gain valuable experience.
Testimonials from some of Hustle Crew
"What I loved about the session is that it created a safe space to chat about somewhat taboo topics with like-minded women. It's not natural to ask friends / colleagues / mentors for guidance on these topics and navigating these topics can be isolating -- the session filled this void." - Natalie Sandman, Product Manager at Ravelin
"The most valuable part of the session was that I was able to meet other people in a similar situation and understand I was not alone in my insecurities and concerns. The structure of the session was also excellent as it gave us time to learn new things." - Annabelle Molina, Account Manager at Quidco
"The know-it-all teenager in me was initially sceptical about what I could possibly be told which I hadn’t already considered. But I soon realised that the workshop wasn’t a ‘listen and learn’ exercise, rather it provided a satisfyingly actionable method to categorise and prioritise my existing disarray of thoughts." - Veronika Melkonian, Entrepreneur