Fuck Yeah Free Interns

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Type: Contract/Project
Duration: Unknown

Payment: Unpaid (expenses paid)

Numberfit runs sessions in and out of schools providing a support structure for mathematics, problem solving and arithmetic. Furthermore our sessions include fitness and competition. For further details please see the website www.numberfit.com

We have many resources and ideas which we are looking to design. These include our activity sheets and books as developing characters (and possibly animation and numeracy based stories) as well as possibly the website. We are looking for someone creative and artistic to come on board initially as an intern. The successful candidate should have an interest in design and should be comfortable working with Adobe products ie Illustrator, Photoshop and Indesign. We are looking for someone who could potentially manage the project. Please send a CV, cover letter and portfolio or samples of recent work to enquiries@numberfit.com. We are based in Amersham on the Metropolitan line but can also be flexible around some working remotely from home.

(We are also looking for somebody with the ability to write short childrens stories as well although this is not necessary for the position)

…So all in all they want someone to run the whole project, as well as design all the illustration, possibly animation too (like that isn’t a degree worth of knowledge in itself) and write children’s stories that they can take credit for too. No mention of for how long the ‘internship’ lasts for. 

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Not strictly answering the question, Queen of the High Street.
What do interns get while they are working for you in their non-job capacity? (Please don’t say “valuable experience”)
How long do these extended job auditions last?
And what proportion of the interns not-strictly-employed by you go on to get actual jobs with you?

Not strictly answering the question, Queen of the High Street.

What do interns get while they are working for you in their non-job capacity? (Please don’t say “valuable experience”)

How long do these extended job auditions last?

And what proportion of the interns not-strictly-employed by you go on to get actual jobs with you?

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Arts Administration Intern, The World Famous

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The World Famous is an ironically named cutting-edge pyrotechnical arts company with an international reputation for creating high quality, innovative ‘art’ using fireworks.

The successful applicant will assist the other paid Administrator in the day to day administration of the company, gaining an understanding of a sector that will make them fantastically unemployable - arts management. 

This internship would best suit a student with broken dreams interested in eking out a living in Britain’s worst paid sector.

We desperately need someone with the following skills: - 

• Excellent administration and organisational skills, with the ability to deal with a large workload and tight deadlines

  • The ability to use initiative and work independently, don’t expect us to have an input
  • The ability to use Word, Excel, Outlook, and ideally Photoshop as no one else here can

• A good sense of humor

In an ideal world, you will have a full, clean driving license. We’re based in an impossibly remote part of what we like to call ‘rural’ Kent

The internship will require a commitment of 5 days per week, but there is flexibility to suit course schedules, if you decide that the getting another degree sounds like a good idea in comparison

The position is unpaid, but there will be some contribution towards subsistence, they don’t call Kent is the orchard of Britain for nothing.

For a more detailed description of the internship and how to apply, go on our website:www.theworldfamous.co.uk

Application deadline: 1st March 2011.

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A paid job at the end of your internship. Yeah right, like there’s not lots more mugs out there who’ll work for the ‘experience’.

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Events Assistant, Crafts Council Crafts Council states that this opportunity is within National Minimum Wage Regulations.


Volunteer Staff for COLLECT 2011

Exhibition Volunteer

We are recruiting exhibition volunteers to work on COLLECT 2011, the international art fair for contemporary objects at the Saatchi Gallery. The Crafts Council’s goal is to make the UK the best place to make, see, collect and learn about contemporary craft.

Working closely with the Crafts Council team, a volunteer will gain an overview of how a major event is organised as well as  experience in front of house duties. Volunteers will be expected to:

  • Act as a point of contact for public enquiries. 
  • Assist on a variety of volunteer positions required at COLLECT 2011, including, but not limited to, manning information points, cloakroom attendants, assisting with visitor flow, obtaining visitor data during the public opening hours.
  • Some volunteers may be required during set up and breakdown. Duties will  include assisting with setting up the information points, literature areas, arranging furniture in the Public Lounge and assisting with the dissemination of onsite materials to exhibitors.
  • Work with the organiser to overseeing some elements of onsite cash handling, such as cloakroom takings.
  • Provide reasonable assistance to the Organiser and Logistics Management requested onsite.
  • Volunteers will be expected to comply and adhere to all relevant Health and Safety policies and procedures.
  • Conduct oneself professionally and appropriately to all staff, exhibitors and visitors to the event.

Volunteers will need to be available to work onsite from Wednesday 4th May to Tuesday 10th May and will also be expected to attend a briefing day at the Crafts Council in advance of the fair. Furthermore, some volunteers may be asked to provide assistance to the in the lead up to the event at the Crafts Council’s offices.

This position is unpaid but reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed upon providing receipts.

Please contact Matthew Turtle (m_turtle@craftscouncil.org.uk) by Friday 18th March with your CV and covering letter detailing any relevant experience and skills you have.

The Crafts Council is committed to equal opportunitie

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Wanted: (gullible) film geek to provide (unpaid) community management service

"The best way for us to [succeed] is by giving back." But not to you.

You’re passionate about films and storytelling. You are already a director, or at least have a couple original screenplays lying around waiting to be shot. 

Zooppa hosts an online creative community of over 135,000 members. Through our innovative crowdsourcing platform, we partner with leading brands to provide our community opportunities to create advertising content for cash awards.

We need a Community Curator to help us grow our community. We already have 135,000 members, but we want 1,000,000. And the best way for us to get there is by giving back. 

Community Curators are expected to work 15-20 hours a week on-site in downtown Seattle. The Community Curator internship is an unpaid position.

Only the gullible need apply.

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King’s College recruiting unpaid recruitment staff

Well-researched blog post about a recent KC HR team position, and why it’s not an internship.

King’s College London are currently recruiting “Recruitment Interns”. These internships in the university’s Human Resources Department last for 12 weeks, and are full time (5 days a week, 9am to 5pm).  The internships are unpaid, with KCL only offering travel expenses. These are the exactly the same conditions as those for people on the workfare scheme.…the interns would be expected to fulfill pretty much all of the roles that would be expected of a paid administrative assistant in any human resources department in any higher education institution…whoever is to apply successfully for these positions must already have the skills necessary to work as an administrator in human resources.

Read more here.