Would you like to help Danish companies and organizations prosper in the intersection between science, technology, and innovation? Innovation Center Denmark, Silicon Valley, is looking for three talented and energetic interns from February 1st 2016 to July 31st 2016. Are you up for the challenge?
Would you like to help Danish companies and organizations prosper in the intersection between science, technology, and innovation? Innovation Center Denmark, Silicon Valley, is looking for three talented and energetic interns from August 1th 2015 to February 1st 2016. Are you up for the challenge?
We are looking for interns in the areas of Innovation, Research & Development, and Investment & Innovation that are eager to learn and develop professionally as well as personally in one of the most interesting and fast paced business eco systems in the world. It is a requirement that you are currently enrolled in a Master’s program at a Danish university. The knowledge, skills, and interests that you bring with you, will impact the projects you are going to work with throughout your time at Innovation Center Denmark, in which you will receive ongoing evaluation and feedback.
Who may apply?
Interns at Innovation Center Denmark must be enrolled in a Master’s program at a Danish university.
How to apply?
In your application, please indicate which internship you are applying for (Innovation, R&D, or I&I), why you think you will be a good fit for the team, and how this internship fits into your overall personal and professional goals. Also, indicate if you would like to be considered for one of the other teams. Finally, please enclose CV, references, and transcripts in your application.
The application deadline is March 8th 2015.
In our ongoing "What are they doing today?" series, we caught up with Marie Louise Gørvild, who was ICDK’s research intern in 2009 and Communications Manager in 2010-2011. Today, she works with communications for the Scandinavian think tank Monday Morning on the initiative Sustainia focused on creating sustainable innovative solutions.
Today it is possible to work across great distances by use of modern communication technologies. This is a great advantage for us at Innovation Center Denmark as we are acting as a bridge between Denmark and Silicon Valley. Emails, calls and video conferences keep us in touch as we are not often able to be physically present. But there is one minor issue that the rapidly growing world of technologies has not solved yet, and that is time! We still have not found the tool that takes the fact that we live and work in different time zones out of the equation.
Innovation Center Denmark, Silicon Valley is happy to present the new group of interns. The three masters-level students will work together with the rest of the team at ICDK for the next 6 months to achieve our goals in 2012. The interns bring a great variety of skills and experiences to the center.
Now that our new intern team is up and running, we are looking ahead for Danish intern prospects for Fall 2011. We have 4 6-month intern positions open for Fall 2011 and to apply you have to be a Master student from a Danish University.