MyCube is a social networking startup based in Singapore. They were founded in late 2009, have 40 employees, and have received significant investment funding. They will be launching their service to the public in June.
MyCube is launching an ambitious internship program where they will be recruiting 30 young people ages 16-25 from 20 countries to work with them at their Singapore office for 6 weeks, from 4 July to 12 August. The internship will provide the selected members with training in company formation, fundraising, product development, marketing, financial management and more. Interns will attend lectures from internet and business experts, work on real-life case studies and new business ideas, and get significant hands-on work experience.
All interns will receive a $3,000 Singapore dollar stipend, free round-trip airfare to Singapore, and paid housing for the six weeks. The top performing intern will receive a $10,000 Singapore dollar grant to further their studies or start their own company, and four runner-ups will have an all-expense paid trip to Ideas Island in the Philippines for one week of brainstorming and relaxation. After the program, interns will become MyCube “ambassadors” to their home country and may attend lectures, conferences and other events sponsored by MyCube, as well as serve as mentors to future participants of the program.
The application deadline is 5 June and they will be contacting those selected by 10 June.
Find out more at http://internship2011.mycube.com.