An internship can be a nerve-racking process.
Even when you’re a seasoned intern, you can’t deny the fact that you’re always faced with a multitude of challenges at every new internship. These problems kick you hard in the stomach, and wait for you to get back up just so they can hit you again in the face.
That’s right, it’s that time of the year again. You’re fresh out of school and about to embark on a job training programme to jump start your career. Is your internship still up in the air? You’re not alone. Check out these companies that are looking to hire a rockstar intern just like you.
If you think there’s gender equality in the world, you’re either: a) naive, or b) ignorant.
Harsh words, but let’s not beat around the bush—it’s the truth. The Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE) needs an extra boost in the following areas: Research & Advocacy, We Can! Campaign, Programmes and Communications, and Support Services.
Think you’ve got what it takes? You know what to do.
Administrative and Marketing ninjas, listen up!
Food technology company Grain is looking for a Growth Intern and Office Intern. If you enjoy working on exciting campaigns that give a puff to the company, or thrive on teamwork and collaboration across different departments — give them a shoutout!
This is the ultimate opportunity for health junkies.
If you have an eye for detail, these internships will pique your interest.
Lazada, an e-commerce company based in Singapore that received over $500 million of funding (no big deal, obviously), has three open slots for the following internship positions: Logistics Associate, Operations and Strategy, and Lead Generation.
If you’re interested to go behind the scenes of a leading e-commerce company, this is it.
“You don’t love TV shows, you breathe them.”
Does the above sentiment apply to you? If it does, you can’t go wrong with Mediacorp. Not only will you gain a proper job experience, but you will also have the opportunity to dive into a great deal of real-world projects. These acquired valuable professional skills will look smashing on your résumé.
Drop them a message at email@example.com to find out more!
Subscription boxes are on the rise—and BoxGreen is one of them.
The great thing about this startup’s internship programmes is that it covers all fields. Whether you’re a budding graphic designer or skilled writer, there’s something for everyone.
This is a wonderful opportunity if you want to know what it’s like to work in a rising startup.
If your life motto echoes Burpple’s mission statement (i.e. to help people hunt for the best food), then you should consider sending in your application.
The company is currently seeking interns in four positions: Data Science, Product Engineer, Product Design, and Business Marketing.
Your move: email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the block of spaces in their application form.
Cleansers, tweezers, mascara, oh my!
Like BoxGreen, Sephora’s internship programmes cover all disciplines. A monthly stipend is also provided. If you didn’t spot your expertise on the Careers page, don’t be shy to enquire about it. Isn’t life about making the first move, anyway?
Are you a merchandising expert? Or are you a storyteller?
HipVan is looking for game-changers to take on the role of a Production Intern and Merchandising Intern. The positions are open for both short and long-term. If you’ve got the skills, you could even work remotely!
Shoot them an email at email@example.com.
Time to polish up your résumé.
99.co is a property rental startup with a team of 19 people. Their Super Intern internship programme is not to be missed if you want to work in a tight-knit environment, or in a company that knocks down their opponents.
Ready to blow them away? Apply here.
Ellen said it best: Be kind to one another.
The world has enough ugliness and we need more compassion. Stat. What better way than to join Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM)’s internship programme? Besides making the world a better place, interns will also get to brush up on their research, public relations, mass communications, and marketing skills. Here’s a peek into the life of a SKM intern.
If you want to kill the world with kindness, email your résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of course, we are biased – and we saved the best for the last. At Vulcan Post, we are looking for video interns and social media interns to help us produce even more content that are interesting and engaging to our audience. We are in the game of content distribution, and as part of our team, you will be exposed to the current fast moving media environment in Singapore – an experience that will definitely value add your CV in your future career path.
Join us – drop us an email at email@example.com
I bet you’re spoilt for choice now.