TechCrunch Is Hiring! Looking For 3 Summer Interns

Do you drool each time a news story is posted on the front page of TechCrunch?

Would you like to live in the fast lane covering new technology startups and product launches?

If you’re a college student living in the San Francisco area, you may just be lucky enough to land the opportunity of a lifetime!

TechCrunch is looking for 3 full-time college interns to help them grow CrunchBase, a directory of tech companies, investors and all the important folks they cover in their articles.  CrunchBase is managed by TechCrunch editors and content is submitted by people and companies.

The Details

Requirements: Passionate about technology, the Internet, startups, business models.  Outstanding research and writing skills.

Why you want this: Invaluable learning opportunity and networking connections

Location: TechCrunch’s San Fransisco headquarters

Compensation: Paid internship of $2,500 per month

Duration: 10 week commitment

Start Date: Mid June 2011

Why Do An Internship?

Internships are certainly a great way to explore employment options but out here in San Francisco and in the tech world especially, you can lay the foundation for your career with the right handshake.   Take every opportunity seriously and you can begin to build an amazing network of people who will be there, ready and willing to step up for you.  Make your time count and become known for the quality of your work.

To Apply

Please send resumes to and include “Summer Intern Candidate” in your subject line.
Good luck!
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About Adria Richards

Adria Richards is a developer and entrepreneur focused on digital equality. She has worked in the tech industry since 1998 solving big problems for companies of all sizes. Embracing her inner nerd, Adria moved moved to San Francisco in 2010 to pursue her passion for technology. Previously she has worked in technical and training roles for enterprise, nonprofits and startups; from Apple to Zendesk. Adria is a popular speaker and gives talks about culture, communication and diversity. In her free time, she enjoys snowboarding, yoga and bacon; not necessarily at that order. Her Twitter account is followed by President @BarackObama.