Want to be a Rappler intern?
MANILA, Philippines – Do you want to experience what it's like to work at Rappler? If you've got the guts and the commitment to go the extra mile, then you just might be what we're looking for.
Rappler is looking for hardworking, committed and talented interns who don't mind getting their hands dirty and their feet wet.
Manila-based interns must be willing to work within the internship period of June to August, 2017 at the Rappler Office in Pasig City, Philippines.
Not your ordinary desk job
Since Rappler formally opened its internship program in 2011, the company has been a training ground for more than two hundred students coming from various universities and diverse fields.
Fair warning: A Rappler intern has to be prepared for battle.
Interns are not expected to do menial tasks like getting coffee or photocopying documents. Instead, they will be plucked out of their comfort zones to get a taste of how things work in the real world.
Rappler’s internship program is anchored in the belief that the best way to hone the craft of story-telling, journalism, marketing or any skill is through first-hand experience. They will be given the chance to maximize the lessons they learned in the classroom by applying them to real life situations.
We put a premium on interns who are able to work smart and independently, but are willing to receive guidance and mentorship along the way.
Got what it takes?
Rappler is looking for volunteers who want to gain experience in the following areas:
- Writing stories for News, MovePH and other sections
- Community building for MovePH
We are looking for people who are passionate, committed, and eager to learn; unafraid to take on challenges and step out of their comfort zones.
If you have got what it takes, an internship at Rappler might just be your cup of tea.
APPLY NOW - FILL UP THE INTERNSHIP APPLICATION FORM
The deadline for sending in your application is on June 16, 2017.
Applicants who are shortlisted will be contacted for an interview by a staff member from Rappler.
If you don't hear from us right away, don't worry. Your application will still be considered if a vacant slot opens up.
Previous applicants who were not accepted in the past can apply again. Just fill up the form again.
If you have any questions, please post them in the comments section below. - Rappler.com
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