Join the mission with MakerGram : Internship opportunity students



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    Hello Friend,

    MakerGram is excited to share this news with you.

    We at MakerGram building a great online platform where technology enthusiasts can collaborate, learn and share knowledge. MakerGram partnered with communities and enablers.

    Now, we are looking for interns who can help us in this mission. If you are smart, energetic and passionate enough to make a change in the technology world, here is an opportunity for you to showcase your talent. Sounds good ? If you are a student with the following qualities.

    1. Good understanding of Social media platforms
    2. Basic content writing skills
    3. Understanding in hardware prototyping platforms

    What you can expect

    1. Opportunity to be part of good hardware projects
    2. Exclusive access to the flagship events
    3. Placement assistants in good companies
    4. Beta access latest hardware & Technologies
    5. Mentorship
    6. Certificate
    7. Goodies and Swags

    Compensation - non-paid
    Duration - 6 Months
    Mode - Remote
    Requirement -

    1. 10-15 hour work per week
    2. Laptop & Smartphone with a stable internet connection

    Apply@ http://bit.ly/MG-Intern


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