Tech Diversity Writer

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Posted: February 25 2016
Company Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 5 Part-time, Paid

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Description

This internship is for the right candidate that is interesting in working for a flourishing startup. Working for a startup you on average learn in one year what a corporate worker would spend three years learning. Needless to say everything here is fast paced and requires any interns to be able to wear multiple hands and be ready to get dirty. Is this you? If so, please apply. We offer the right candidates with the opportunity to not just do grunt work but make a difference and along the way gain experience.

This internship is unpaid but a $500 bonus will be provided upon successful completion of the 20 week program. Interns that demonstrate skill in writing for us may also be offered paid part-time work post-internship.

Responsibilities

The expectation is a submission of at least two pieces per week and should fall into these categories:
-highlight one or more tech companies who are making a diversity promise or doing things well
-informational post describing the landscape of diversity hiring (where things stand today, the ratios, YOY change)
-any recent relevant news

Requirements

- Utilize our blog to highlight tech diversity issues, progress and potential
- Must be passionate about tech diversity
- Collaborates with founder directly to discuss topics weekly and ideas for furthering the blog
- Excellent oral and written skills
- Ability to mine large amounts of data and pull out gems

**Please include a one paragraph writing sample with your resume, related to the state of diversity in tech today.**

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