Speed dating event - 25th November 2015 - 1pm to 6pm at Stone & Chalk
Calling all interns. Want a high-flying role in a fantastic venue in the CBD over summer?
Leading Fintech hub, Stone & Chalk, is hosting a Summer Fintech internship program. The first event is a Fintech Fever speed dating event with 20-30 Fintech startups.
Here’s your chance to pitch to them why you should be their summer intern.
As part of the Fintern experience, interns will be provided with mentoring, networking opportunities, and tailored seminars over the summer. To complement the hands-on work experience with one of Sydney’s dynamic start-ups, the Fintern program will help build and showcase your leadership skills, and outline career pathways into the start-up scene.
We are looking for university students with a range of skills in business, commerce, coding, developing websites, creating web content, social media, graphic design, advanced excel, business modelling and market research.
The internships will range from single, one-off projects (lasting a few weeks) to 2-3 months throughout summer to ongoing opportunities.
Remuneration will be discussed with individual employers.
Startups are uploading opportunities daily so register now on Ribit.
First in best dressed to apply for opportunities as they go live.
Please note, the final cut off for registration is 20th November 2015.
Stone & Chalk is an independent, not-for-profit Fintech hub whose overarching objective is to help foster and accelerate the development of world-leading Fintech startups.
Ribit (currently an alpha prototype) is part of Data61 (Nicta), a new entity created from a partnership with CSIRO’s Digital Productivity Unit.
Finsia is the largest membership organisation for Australasia’s financial services industry, connecting its members with career services, resources and professional networks to build their capabilities to strengthen the industry. Finsia leads the industry by building the next generation of leaders. Members of the organisation include CEO’s of the big four banks, execs from over half of the ASX 200 and Fintech entrepreneurs across the nation.
As the coordinator of the NSW Government's Financial Services Knowledge Hub, the Committee for Sydney is responsible for initiatives to build industry collaboration in the financial services sector. With a strong focus on supporting the start-up ecosystem in Sydney, the Committee for Sydney is pleased to provide mentoring, networking and leadership opportunities for students during the Fintern program.