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Dear Ultimaker-fans,

We wanted to let you know that at 3D Hubs we've just opened up 5 new internships for talented 3D printing adepts.

Some background about 3D Hubs: In a just under a year we have built world's #1 network of 3D printers, with 3400+ locations in over 300 cities worldwide. We are looking for students who share the talent and ambition to make 3D Hubs the world’s leading 3D printing platform. You'll be working full-time with our team of 12 at our historic office on the Amsterdam canals. Unfortunately we can only host EU citizens who are able to stay for a minimum of 4 months.

We have 5 intern positions available, but don't hesitate to contact us about graduation assignments. We're open to discussing graduation assignments as well:

 

  • Web Development intern
  • 3D printing specialist
  • Online Marketing intern
  • Community intern
  • German Marketing intern

For more information you can check out: http://blog.3dhubs.c...-hiring-interns

 

Best,

 

Rob (3D Hubs Team)

 

PS: I didn't know in which forum this post would fit best, so I decided to post it in General.

 

 

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