Campus Society, the online platform that connects university students worldwide, is looking for driven, ambitious, self-starting interns to join its extremely fast growing team at its offices in Central London.
Whereas other online offerings are profile driven, Campus Society uses channels to bring students together based on shared interests, subject matter, or anything else they may have in common. This allows students to connect with others and those that they wouldn’t usually be able to reach.
Having officially launched in July 2016, we’re currently going from strength to strength, attracting thousands of new members each day. And now we’re looking for some first-class community kings and queens to come and join our team to help drive engagement across our platform for 12 weeks.
What You’ll Do:
Shadowing others on the content and community teams, you’ll be responsible for sourcing and bringing top-class content to the forefront of our channels by heavily engaging with our online community.
You’ll also get the opportunity to experience other areas across the company in order for us to provide you with as much experience and insight as you’d like.
Who We’re Looking For:
We’re looking for confident, passionate, self-starters with drive and an abundance of ideas to bring to the table, as well as people who are ready to take on a rewarding challenge while benefitting from gaining experience at one of the fastest-growing and most exciting start-ups in existence today. Seriously.
How to apply
To apply, send us a covering letter stating why you think you’d be a great fit for Campus Society along with your CV . Please ensure the subject title of your email reads: Digital Content/Community Internship.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
A degree in English or a marketing/journalism-related role is desirable, but if you’re grammatically sound, 110 per cent fluent in English, know the difference between ‘there’, ‘their’ and ‘they’re’ and are ready to bring your engagement A game, then you’re already off to a flying start. The ability to be able to figure out what interests our audience is also advantageous.