Integreight Summer Internship – 2016

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If you are an Arduino geek, then join us for a 1 month internship at Integreight!

Don’t know who we are, we developed 1Sheeld, a prototyping board and a mobile app that allows you to use your smartphone as a multipurpose Arduino shield. Learn more about 1Sheeld at 1sheeld.com

This internship is not a technical internship, it’s not a business internship either, it’s a mix between both.

It’s an intensive 1 month internship starting August 14th to September 8th, 2016.

The internship will take place at iHub lab, faculty of engineering, Ain Shams university located in Abdo bash st., Abbaseya, Cairo.

What you will learn during this month is a mix of technical and business skills with hands-on experience like:

  • Week 1: Getting started with 1Sheeld 

Building simple projects Learning how to document your project and create your online profile.

  • Week 2: Content creation and SEO

Writing a technical blog and tracking its performance on the web.

  • Week 3: Crowdfunding

Learn to do a market research on new tech. products and how to market your own product on Kickstarter.

  • Week 4: Final Project

At the final week, interns are divided into teams and will work on their final project, while learning new skills developing it.

Along the 4 weeks, each intern will make a presentation each to practice and improve his or her skills.

Internship timeline:

  • Applications start July 21st.
  • Application deadline July 27th.
  • If your application is accepted, we will make group interviews starting August 1st to August 7th.
  • Internship starts on August 14th and ends on September 8th, 2016.

How to apply?

There are no CV’s required, just fill in the application below and that’s it.

Don’t forget to share it with your geek friends 😉 good luck!




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