Job: Unpaid internship
If you are looking for a typical internship, if your dream is to bring coffee to the boss in a huge corporation and, furthermore, if you’re scared to have an impact, this is not the right opportunity for you. However, if you want to test your limits, learn more in two months than you learned in the past two years and have enough freedom to reach ambitious goals, keep reading.
This internship is actually much more than an internship. It’s a unique opportunity to join a brand new fintech startup as a co-founding intern. Indeed, the chosen candidate will join Hardbacon at its very beginning.
The business journalism intern will have to be a resourceful individual who is able to manage various projects at the same time. His main task will be to write articles about money and investing that the 18-34 demographic will find compelling.
Doing interviews and writing articles about investment
Writing how-to articles related to money and investment
Promoting articles on social media
Editing articles written by external collaborators
A diploma is not required, but the ability to learn by yourself is
Appetite for risk
Tendency to try to do things that other people consider impossible
Must be between 16 and 96 years old
A portfolio of articles is required
An interest for finance and the stock market
What We Offer:
We will help the chosen candidate build his personal brand during the internship.
Possibility to attend startups events in Montreal on behalf of Hardbacon.
Opportunity to learn business journalism with Hardbacon’s founder Julien Brault, who worked as a business journalist for almost 10 years
Office in downtown Montreal
BBQ on the roof
9am to 5pm, from Monday to Friday
Between 2 and 4 months
To apply, send your resume and portfolio at email@example.com
Founded by former business journalist Julien Brault, Hardbacon.ca is a startup dedicated to helping the world’s 7.4 billion people to invest. Through smart tools, helpful apps, and great content, our goals are to educate people about investing and to help them choose relevant investment providers.