The Micro-Internship Programme: Sector List

Micro-Internships are 2-5-day voluntary learning and development opportunities exclusively on offer to Oxford University students. Each internship gives you the opportunity to observe and assist with a notable project. The aim is to develop your employability skills, add to your CV, and offer you the opportunity to make new professional contacts.

Micro-internships now available for the long vacation 

Applications for the Trinity term round of micro-internship opportunities are now open. We have over 400 remote placements on offer for the long vacation, taking place between 21 June - 25 June or 28 June - 2 July 2021.

You can access opportunities by browsing the below sector list or by following the Internship Office tab in CareerConnect and submit your applications by midday on Monday, 10 May 2021.

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Centre for Historic Houses, OP Jindal Global University - International Heritage micro-internship (MIP) 

We are looking for interns who are highly creative and resourceful with advanced writing and research skills and an entrepreneurial spirit. Many of our activities are online and students are expected to have good IT skills, and knowledge of social media. Our ideal candidates are dependable and able to meet deadlines, work under time pressure and are intellectually curious and keen to explore areas outside of their own field of study. We also expect our interns to have excellent social skills able to gracefully work with a wide range of people from different backgrounds. Photography skills would be great. The heritage sector is interdisciplinary with disciplines ranging from history, architecture, design, management, marketing, tourism studies, law and others. The Centre for Historic Houses offers many exciting opportunities for research and innovative approaches to respond to some of the pressing issues in the heritage sector and poverty alleviation. We are open to applications from students from all different backgrounds. This internship is an exciting opportunity for students with an interest in the heritage sector or social entrepreneurship. 

Department of Zoology, University of Oxford - Researcher and Writer Micro-Intern: at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (MIP)

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science is a large and vibrant research group that works at the interface of science and real-world action. 

In this micro-internship you will be embedded within our group and will be able to attend a lab meeting to hear about people's work and interests. Your task will be to produce a blog for the ICCS website (see https://www.iccs.org.uk/content/blogs) or some social media content (maybe a short podcast, a video, or some twitter/instagram content) about the work being done in the group which particularly catches your eye. You will interview people working on a particular theme or initiative, and read some of their papers, policy briefs and other content to inform your assignment. The ICCS comms team will give you some tips, and will also amplify and share your content. 

 In this way you will be able to interact with the researchers within ICCS, explore a theme of interest to you within our research portfolio, understand career opportunities within conservation, practice science communication, and get an output for your CV. 

The internship would suit someone interested in conservation as a career, who would like to know more about what it's like from the inside - whether in academia, an NGO, government, international multi-lateral organisation, or the corporate sector. 

Department of Zoology, University of Oxford - Science Communication Micro-Internship with Conservation Optimism (MIP) 

Conservation Optimism is a global community dedicated to inspiring and empowering people around the world to make a positive difference for nature. We are looking for a motivated student who wishes to help us create new resources about the 2021 Whitley Awards winners for children and teenagers.  

Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford - Department of Engineering Science Events Assistant (MIP) 

Assist our Events Managers and Outreach Officer to coordinate and deliver events happening in June/July, including a four day Digital Humanities at Oxford event for academics and researchers, University Open Days for prospective undergraduates, UNIQ Summer School and MIUA, a Medical Imaging Understanding and Analysis conference. 

This could include: 

  • Creating attendee lists 

  • Creating sign-in sheets for registration 

  • Updating information on event platforms or websites 

  • Testing online event platforms 

  • Attending events virtually to register participants/monitor breakout rooms and moderate Q&A sessions 

  • Checking and updating timetables and other arrangements 

  • Setting up participants on a VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) 

  • Editing recordings of presentations 

Dukes Education - Digital Marketing Intern (MIP) 

Who we are: Dukes formally launched as a schools group in 2015. Since then, we have built up a small family of diverse schools and complementary educational services. Each member of the group is unique. However, we joined together because we found cultures in these organisations that shared characteristics – optimism, ambition, and a deep personal commitment to outstanding teaching and learning. Dukes Education is established but forward-thinking; expert but not elitist. Everything we do at Dukes is driven by a strong sense of how we can help young people worldwide to achieve their true potential.  

Dukes Education is home to a collection of specialised consultancy services, based in our central offices in London, that focus on supporting students with their transition to competitive university places once they leave school. We help our students identify their strengths, focus on their natural abilities, and show them how to communicate clearly their resulting excellence in tests and interviews. Students also benefit from our extensive research and knowledge of particular admissions systems, ensuring they choose the institution that is right for them. 

The role: A creative project to develop digital marketing content, such as videos, social media content and infographics. You will work closely with the Consultancy Marketing Manager to learn more about SEO and PPC strategies. 

Faculty of English Language and Literature - Research Project Assistant: Rediscovering Europe’s Parliamentary Culture, 1500-1700: (MIP) 

This interdisciplinary pilot project will provide proof-of-concept for the first comparative study of Europe’s parliamentary culture during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Key questions include: how was the power and character of representative institutions conceptualized in imaginative and political writings? How was their work recorded, formally and informally, and historicized? How were they compared with each other? How were they visualized? What common vocabularies operated? 

What will you do during your micro-internship? 
During the internship, you will assist this department with the project by collecting, collating, and, as appropriate, translating into English, lists of primary and secondary sources, including images, for inputting into the datasets. 

Below is an example of the type of tasks you could be asked to get involved in during your placement. Please note this is not an exhaustive list and tasks will vary depending on the internship supervisor you are allocated. 

  • Search national historical bibliographies, library catalogues, the articles and review sections of relevant journals (Parliaments, Estates and Representations / Parliamentary History / Standen en Landen etc) and university websites for works on the history of representative institutions in different countries, and people writing them, whom we might involve in a bigger project. 

  • Compile a list of editions of relevant primary texts, including digital ones. 

  • Contribute to a sub-section of the general project that is concerned with the visual and material cultures of early modern representative assemblies by compiling a list of relevant items in the collections of major cultural institutions, such as the Folger Shakespeare Library, British Library, British Museum, Mauritshuis, Museum of London, National Maritime Museum, Rijksmuseum, RKDImages, and the Dutch and UK National Portrait Galleries.

  • Compile a list of paintings, prints, engravings, and other images of the English Parliament, the Polish Sejm, the Dutch States-General, or another national representative assembly between c.1500 and 1700. 

  • Compile a list of images of English MPs, or of members of another national representative assembly (portraits, prints, funerary monuments, medals). 

  • Use the ESTC (English Short-Title Catalogue) and/or the USTC (Universal Short-Title Catalogue) to compile a list of relevant printed works. 

  • Compile a list of terms used in Latin or one of the Continental vernaculars to refer to parliamentary institutions – for instance, by combing through an online edition of Bodin’s Six livres (and its expanded Latin version) etc. 

Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation (Kellogg College & the University of Oxford) - Research Analyst: Preventable Deaths and The Urban Environment (MIP) 

As a Research Analyst, you will work on the Preventable Deaths programme. You will work closely with Georgia Richards, Research Fellow at the Centre, to analyse data and to produce a case report on preventable deaths in the urban environment. You will also have the opportunity to publish your work as a blog, or as part of a journal publication. 

Heritage Partnerships Office - University of Oxford - Hidden Objects Project - Research Intern (MIP)

The Hidden Objects Project is a developing project to research different links between University of Oxford collections and art and design. The Hidden Objects Project is led by a working group drawn from representatives of TORCH, the Ashmolean, two independent curators – in contemporary art practices and contemporary craft and design, and a contemporary ceramics gallerist. The aim is to catalyse, and fund, a series of public facing events that explore these links in ways fruitful and interesting for all. To assist our achievement of this aim, you will be conducting research on alumni, student initiatives, collections and arts projects linked with the University. 

Web Page: https://www.hiddenobjectsoxford.co.uk 

i2i app - Higher Education App Community Builder (MIP) 

i2i is a recently launched profit with purpose tech-for-good app helping university students connect and collaborate across campuses. Its main purpose is to enable life-long friendships for British students and international students in a supportive social learning community. 

It was founded by Julia Macmillan, Oxford Alumna and a pilot will be starting in the summer term at her old college, St Anne’s.  The app was built with the help of UCL students who did the design and LSE students who came up with the social bubble feature in a series of design-thinking workshops. 

The community builder internship is based on exploring ways to create a sense of community on the platform both in the MVP state as it is now and future development of the app.i2i is a recently launched profit with purpose tech-for-good app helping university students connect and collaborate across campuses. Its main purpose is to enable life-long friendships for British students and international students in a supportive social learning community. The project would involve doing research into other communities and using a design-thinking approach to ideate ways to create a supportive collaborative community on i2i. 

i2i app – Marketing Assistant (MIP) 

The marketing assistant micro-internship will involve analysing the current social media platforms: Instagram (@i2iapp) and Linkedin, Student JCRs and MCRs and thinking of fun creative campaigns to spread the word. The project would involve doing an analysis of our social media and research into accounts with similar target audiences.  Research student JCRs and MCRs and Societies and thinking of fun creative campaigns to spread the word. 

LitHits Ltd - Digital Reading Project Assistant (MIP) 

LitHits is an exciting new digital reading company that is dedicated to breaking down barriers people often experience to engaging with literature.  Some of these barriers include not having enough time to read, not knowing what to read, feeling overwhelmed by too much to choose from, or feeling intimidated by the perceived difficulty of some literature.  We are exploring ways to overcome these barriers to the enjoyment of reading literature by allowing users to engage directly with curated chunks of text on their mobile devices.  

LitHits is an innovative business that has social enterprise values at its core.  One of the first spin-outs from the Faculty of English at Oxford, LitHits was founded by academics and consists of a small, close-knit team whose other members are its Director of Curation and its Product Developer.  We also have several freelance contributors who help with the curation process.  We are at a key stage of the project when internships would be mutually beneficial, as the interns would be able to engage directly with our team in a variety of aspects and apply their skills and knowledge while also gaining insight into how a product like ours gets developed, how potential audiences are identified, how the product itself can be enhanced and refined, and how our business model can be evolved.  In all these areas interns can make direct and creative contributions and we would welcome their input.  This is an ideal opportunity for interns in all fields or subjects, not just literature or English. 

We are looking for 3-4 interns who would work in the following areas:            

---curation:  1) recording short excerpts from literary texts (with the understanding that we would not use these recordings commercially but only for the beta testing phase of the product); 2) identifying short passages from narrative fiction to add to our library and describing the works they come from 

---marketing:  1) creating and conducting surveys/questionnaires for potential users; 2) studying the market/competition, building on and updating our initial findings in this area (e.g., studying publishers’ web sites and gathering info on their digital strategies and offerings) 

--business:  working with our Product Developer to enhance our business model and identify areas that can be strengthened 

OMMAc - Communications Marketing Assistant (MIP

To develop communication marketing campaigns with potential clients.  

We are an early stage developing start-up collaborating with partners and also rapidly developing, which means constructing and establishing a wide range of diverse tasks. This is very different from working with a long-established organisation where segmentations of tasks had already been well-established into different organisational departments. Hence our priorities may change and develop as part of our establishment and candidates are expected to demonstrate flexibility in engaging with the appropriate project at the time of the internship.  In return, you will gain exposure to the business as a whole and will develop analytical skills related to business development. If you are looking for a routine working style environment, this role is not for you. Interns will work directly with and report to the CEO. 

 Job description and duties include: 

  1. Creating contact database of potential clients 

  1. Developing clients’ communications 

  1. Creating promotional online events 

  1. Liaising with marketing team and others 

OMMAc - Digital Marketing Assistant (MIP) 

To develop targeted digital marketing campaigns through creating social media platforms.  

We are an early stage developing start-up collaborating with partners and also rapidly developing, which means constructing and establishing a wide range of diverse tasks. This is very different from working with a long-established organisation where segmentations of tasks had already been well-established into different organisational departments. Hence our priorities may change and develop as part of our establishment and candidates are expected to demonstrate flexibility in engaging with the appropriate project at the time of the internship.  In return, you will gain exposure to the business as a whole and will develop analytical skills related to business development.  
 

Job description and duties include: 

  1. Creating and maintaining digital marketing platforms 

  1. Generating and developing social media marketing contents 

  1. Contributing to the development of marketing strategies 

  1. Our website is currently under construction, and you may be involved in building and maintaining it 

School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography - University of Oxford, Research Assistant - African Heritage Project (MIP) 

A research and public engagement partnership with a heritage organisation in Lagos, Nigeria, which is putting together a number of research projects around railway heritage and public participation. As a lecturer in Anthropology, I also run the UK end of a research and public engagement partnership with a heritage organisation in Lagos, Nigeria, which is putting together a number of research projects around railway heritage. The projects variously involve volunteer coordinated or professionally managed work on collecting oral histories with retirees, documenting historic architecture and sites around the railway network, archival research, digitising at-risk documents, or public presentations. The micro-internship would be working on one of these aspects, as the current workload demands, and would be likely part time opportunity spread over 5 days- i.e. mornings for 5  days

School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford - Research Assistant - Tropical Forest Management (MIP) 

An opportunity to assist in researching and planning new areas of forest management policy for a regional government in West Africa. Ekiti State Forestry Commission is a government body managing the forestry sector in a state in Nigeria. The lead researcher is a Technical Advisor on Forest Management to the Commission and has a broad portfolio including planning forest reserve management, researching potential investors and funders, analysing supply chains and markets, developing capacity and leadership training, and preparing communications tools. The micro-internship would be working on one of these aspects, as the current workload demands, and would be likely part time opportunity spread over 5 days- i.e. mornings for 5  days. 

 

Tom Rocks Maths - Mathematics Outreach Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

Interns will work with me as part of the 'Tom Rocks Maths' team to produce outreach content that aims to explain interesting mathematical concepts for a lay audience. 
 
They will receive training in video and podcast production, script writing and presentation skills, as well as having the opportunity to work with partner organisations such as the BBC, the European Mathematical Society and Cambridge University Press. 
 
Help make maths exciting, engaging and accessible to all as an intern with the award-winning 'Tom Rocks Maths'. See tomrocksmaths.com to find out what you're getting yourself into... 

TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) - University of Oxford - Web Accessibility and Content Intern (MIP) 

Following the release of new government guidelines all website content now has to adhere to accessibility criteria so that the content is as accessible as possible to as broad an audience as possible. TORCH is also seeking to develop improved consistency of style across the website. TORCH is offering internships to provide interns with training on website accessibility and content management. The interns will then work on editing content on the TORCH website. These internships are suitable for individuals interested in careers in communications, marketing, sales, or any field where website content applies. 

Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, University of Oxford- Outreach Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

Oxplore is running a book club for 11-14 year olds. We are keen to develop supporting materials about each of the key texts and to run livestream events for participating schools. As part of your internship you would be creating some of these materials and facilitating a live book discussion with a guest speaker. Depending on project needs, you will also have the opportunity to create some additional content for the site such as a quiz, image gallery, video, reading list or short article. This work will involve sourcing correctly licensed materials that are academically rigorous and adopting an engaging and accessible written style to appeal to the target audience. Furthermore, you may get the chance to contribute to the project’s social media communications and marketing. This could include an Instagram/Twitter takeover, producing new posts for Facebook and the project blog, and/or planning an upcoming social media campaign to attract new users to the site.  

This micro-internship will give you demonstrable experience of planning and delivering a live event, copy-writing and communications, as well as the opportunity to contribute to a university outreach project. You will be directly supervised by full-time staff working on Oxplore. You will meet with the Oxplore team throughout the week to receive feedback, guidance and support.   

UNI4U Ltd - Research and Analysis Micro-Placement (MIP) 

We are seeking a student/s for a one-week project to help us bring together this mentoring service. The project will lead to the development of a training pack for future mentors. We would like the MIPs student/s to help us determine what support mentors should provide and develop a training curriculum and resource pack for future student mentors. 

University of Oxford, BioEscalator - Biotech Marketing And Media Internship (MIP) 

The BioEscalator is Oxford University’s biotech incubator located in the heart of the medical sciences campus. It provides laboratory space and entrepreneurial support for high growth start-ups. Through this internship, you will help to communicate with our many stakeholders and showcase our entrepreneurial community. This is an exciting opportunity for someone interested in producing high quality content for social media and other media channels and provides the chance to interact with innovators at the cutting edge of biotech and healthcare. 

University of Oxford, Knowledge Exchange and Impact Team - Entrepreneur Interviewer and Writer (MIP) 

Working with Enterprising Oxford and the IDEA initiative (Increasing Diversity in Entrepreneurial Activities), you will help interview entrepreneurs and entrepreneur supporters as part of the Entrepreneurs Uncovered series, and write up profiles and/or case studies about those people that can inform and inspire people interested in startups and entrepreneurship. This will entail interviewing key founders and writing profiles based on a set of standard questions and/or conversational case studies based on the interviews.   

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment, Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Financial Geographies and Histories (MIP) 

 The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. The Atlas will bring the complex and abstract world of finance down to earth, showing how place-specific histories, laws, regulations and institutions influence finance; how finance relates to the processes of innovation, globalisation, and environmental change; and how finance plays a key part in drawing the landscape of uneven development, inequality and instability. You will be supervised directly by Professor Dariusz Wójcik to focus on Finacial Geographies and History.

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas Of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Sustainable Finance (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. The Atlas will bring the complex and abstract world of finance down to earth, showing how place-specific histories, laws, regulations and institutions influence finance; how finance relates to the processes of innovation, globalisation, and environmental change; and how finance plays a key part in drawing the landscape of uneven development, inequality and instability.  You will be supervised directly by Dr Michael Urban and focus on Sustainable Finance. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Data Science Micro-Internship - Atlas of Finance (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. Your research for the Atlas may include: 

  • Developing ideas for data visualisation covering financial technology (FinTech), stock exchanges, capital markets, investment banking, financial and economic statistics 

  • Obtaining quantitative and qualitative data from databases, websites, corporate reports and other sources 

  • Compiling, processing, cleaning and verifying data 

  • Building bespoke datasets combining multiple data sources 

  • Produce summary statistics 

  • Plotting various types of charts and diagrams 

  • Developing ideas for ways in which data could be visualised in the Atlas in the form of maps, chord diagrams, network visualisations, treemaps, bubble charts etc 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Banking and Contemporary Challenges (MIP) 

Part of the Atlas is dedicated to the analysis of banking, with focus on large banks. Beyond their original role of receiving deposits and granting loans, these banks have grown to a size that makes them important for national and global economic growth and stability. This is why these banks are often labelled as too-big-to-fail. Paradoxically, despite the critique many of them received in the 2008 global financial crisis, they are still as big and influential. On the other hand, the rise of financial technology (FinTech) and contemporary geo-political challenges, such as Brexit, pose fresh challenges for these institutions. Through this micro-internship you will contribute to the collection of data for large banks registered in the developed and developing world, with particular focus in the US, Europe and Latin America. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data for the world’s largest banks, with particular focus on the US, Europe and Latin America; 
  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets; 
  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

At the end of the internship, you will have produced a package of data to be used in a spread or a group of spreads of the Atlas of Finance, the first ever publication of this kind in the world. Your name will be mentioned in the Atlas to personally acknowledge your contribution. You will gain insight into the workings of a major research project and the process of producing a unique publication. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: International Financial Centres and FinTech (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data on the geographies of finance, with a focus on international financial centres and financial technology (FinTech) 

  • Searching online databases, corporate and research organisation websites, and other sources of information 

  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets 

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Finance and Development (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data on the impacts of financialisation on economic development and the geographical distribution of finance in the developing world. 

  • Searching online databases, corporate and research organisation websites, and other sources of information. 

  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets. 

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Finance and Economic Transformation (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. You reach will cover: 

  • Quantitative and qualitative approaches to how finance has transformed the global economy.  

  • Taking on an open-ended research project in which you can develop your skills and knowledge.  

  • Learning and applying research skills from data science to archival research.  

  • Making us of a variety of data sources, from corporate reports and official statistics to satellite imagery and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.  

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

 

Avalis - Communications & Marketing Intern (MIP)  

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to produce a complete communications & marketing campaign in either social media, PR, or video marketing. Your campaign will be used to make a lasting impact on disability employment. 

Bimble - Writer and Content Creator (MIP) 

We are offering micro-internships for students who are interested in the startup world. Bimble is the app for great, little places. We're new and growing fast and our mission is to become THE app for collecting, celebrating, sharing and keeping the bras, restaurants, coffee shops, parks, indie shops, museums and clubs you love, all over the world. 
Bimble is a lifestyle and travel app, based in Oxford. We are looking for students to join us to work on viral marketing campaigns and social media content creation. We're a very small team and your contribution will make a real difference to us.You'll need to come up with ideas, create engaging content and spread the word. We want people who love to be creative: write, take photos, film, create games. 
 
Please note, as part of the Micro-Internship, you will be required to create an account on Bimble in order to carry out the writing and content creator role. 

BizGees - Content Creator Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Who we are: BizGees is an innovation driven social enterprise using alternative finance for financial inclusion dedicated to improving refugees’ access to the financial tools they need to succeed. They are a born global finTech startup supporting different refugee communities Each community has a bespoke financial solution custom designed for its unique needs. BizGees is the winner of the Infosys Challenge for Financial Inclusion at the UNICEF FinTech Jam for Good and more recently challenge winners at EU v. Virus Hack 2020. They transform refugees into entrepreneurs using the latest developments in finTech like crypto currency, augmented reality and crowd funding. BizGees generate bespoke financial services meeting the unique needs of the refugee communities they support. In addition to their interest-free microfinance offerings, BizGees focuses on jobs and wealth creation in the refugee communities it supports 

What you will do: We are looking to grow our brand among Gen Z shoppers.  This mean Instagram and Tik Tok marketing.  We promote local artists, who share their earning with the post conflict communities we support. We are looking for students to work with us on this. 

CARBON CODES - Digital Marketing Intern (MIP) 

Carbon Codes is revolutionising the food industry, leading the push toward sustainability. Having seen success in the Oxford restaurant scene, signing 15 partners to our platform in a matter of months, the Covid-19 crisis has seen us pivoting toward online partnerships, and we're looking for a new digital marketing officer to join us on our journey! We're currently developing our product 2.0 and are designing an effective relaunch strategy! 
 
Through our platform, we provide a discount scheme aimed at facilitating and incentivising the consumption of environmentally friendly meals— we provide our users with a guide to restaurants with eco-friendly meals as well as sustainable online products, both with discounts. 

Interning at Carbon Codes will give you a chance to be part of an intimate team working on an impactful project. We are a passionate team hailing from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds. 
 
The ideal candidate will be responsible for creating graphic/written marketing content and distributing it effectively. You will help us create a strong brand presence with innovative promotional offerings, online and offline marketing campaigns, and marketing events. You will collaborate with the strategy and executive teams to ensure that your marketing efforts support business growth. 

Central 23 – Lifestyle Brand Consultant Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Central 23, a lifestyle business, has become the largest supplier of stationary to Urban Outfitters (Europe) and sells a range of accessories to various retailers including ASOS, Topshop and Boohoo. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative micro-interns to join our fun team to help with PR, social media collaborations and editorial content. You will be raising brand awareness though various marketing activities, building relationships with journalists and driving the growth of the business. This is a fantastic opportunity for insight into a young London business (though we are currently working remotely!). 

Cocoa Runners - Content Writer (MIP) 

Do you want to work for a start-up focused on sustainability and chocolate? Cocoa Runners is looking to hire for a range of micro-internships focused on researching and writing articles on their website and social media platforms. 

 

Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford - Department of Engineering Science - Events Assistant (MIP) 

Assist our Events Managers and Outreach Officer to coordinate and deliver events happening in June/July, including a four day Digital Humanities at Oxford event for academics and researchers, University Open Days for prospective undergraduates, UNIQ Summer School and MIUA, a Medical Imaging Understanding and Analysis conference. 

This could include: 

  • Creating attendee lists 

  • Creating sign-in sheets for registration 

  • Updating information on event platforms or websites 

  • Testing online event platforms 

  • Attending events virtually to register participants/monitor breakout rooms and moderate Q&A sessions 

  • Checking and updating timetables and other arrangements 

  • Setting up participants on a VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) 

  • Editing recordings of presentations 

Dr Chris James, Clinical Psychology Practice - Digital Marketing Assistant (MIP) 

Dr Chris James at the Clinical Psychology Practice provides 1-1 online therapy for people experiencing mental health issues and sleep problems. We want to help people feel better, live better and be their best, so we aim to make high-quality mental health support accessible and convenient. We are a tiny fledgling business, only in our second year of trading, and this is an incredibly exciting time to get involved in a communications project that will build our brand recognition and reputation and help us shout about what we do! But more than that, the content that you create will help to further the dialogue around mental health and challenge the stigma around asking for help. We feel that right now, there has never been a more pressing need to support people in taking care of their mental wellbeing and prioritising self-care. 

We are looking for a keen writer and creative thinker who is comms savvy (or at least curious) and would like to get their teeth into a great comms project. You will work closely with the Commercial Director who is also in charge of PR and Communication, as well as the Clinical Director who will provide guidance from a clinical perspective. You will create a portfolio of blog articles and social media posts on a variety of mental health topics and create a comms plan to ensure a regular flow of engaging content. 

Dukes Education - Digital Marketing Intern (MIP) 

Who we are: Dukes formally launched as a schools group in 2015. Since then, we have built up a small family of diverse schools and complementary educational services. Each member of the group is unique. However, we joined together because we found cultures in these organisations that shared characteristics – optimism, ambition, and a deep personal commitment to outstanding teaching and learning. Dukes Education is established but forward-thinking; expert but not elitist. Everything we do at Dukes is driven by a strong sense of how we can help young people worldwide to achieve their true potential.  

Dukes Education is home to a collection of specialised consultancy services, based in our central offices in London, that focus on supporting students with their transition to competitive university places once they leave school. We help our students identify their strengths, focus on their natural abilities, and show them how to communicate clearly their resulting excellence in tests and interviews. Students also benefit from our extensive research and knowledge of particular admissions systems, ensuring they choose the institution that is right for them. 

The role: A creative project to develop digital marketing content, such as videos, social media content and infographics. You will work closely with the Consultancy Marketing Manager to learn more about SEO and PPC strategies. 

ECorporate Ltd - Gaming and Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

As an EdTech company we offer a digital platform for online tutoring, specifically for 11plus exam (entrance into grammar schools). We are currently in the process of developing a ‘brain game’ which can be used as part of our digital platform.  We require a student who is interested in game development with a focus on analytical games. During the Gaming and Content Development internship, you will be exposed to the world of content creation and game development by: 

Review our content strategy for a 'brain game' developed by us for encouraging reading, maths and analytical skills in school-children.

ECorporate Ltd - Marketing Intern (MIP) 

About us: eCorporate offer a range of digital and consulting services to clients based in and around of Buckinghamshire.  Our role is to help businesses better understand the market they operate in and help them make a step change in the way they currently do things. In addition to this, we develop a range of websites and mobile apps!  

This internship: We are in the process of launching a digital platform for online tutoring, specifically for 11plus exam (entrance into grammar schools) and physical books for the same. During internship, you will be exposed to the world of marketing by: 

  1. Helping benchmark our planned book offering against the currently available solutions (including books, online test series). 

  1. Develop a view on how our solution for the current market can be modified to address a. Non 11 Plus section of a. the UK markets and b. International markets 

  1. Work with us to decide how we should distribute our product to international audience (Amazon FBA, Forums, Adwords ...) 

FEED Oxford - Marketing Assistant Intern (MIP)  
 

FEED Oxford is an innovative Oxford-based SME aiming to create new opportunities for street food vendors, caterers and SMEs that are looking for office space in Oxford. 

We are looking for up to two micro-interns to work remotely on branding and marketing tasks: 
 
-Branding and positioning of co-working spaces 
-Communications and marketing templates 

Guns & Rain Art - Social Media Internship For Art Gallery Exhibition (MIP)  

Your micro-internship will include: 

  • Reviewing and assessing our existing social media content on Facebook and Instagram 

  • Familiarising yourself with specific artists and their work 

  • Composing and proposing an overall social media plan/monthly campaign  

  • Creating and compiling scheduled content for Turbine Art Fair Johannesburg 

  • Creating and compiling scheduled content for a group show of women artists 

At the end of the internship, you will have become familiar with how to research, plan and implement a social media campaign in the art world, which will go live soon after your internship is complete.  

Impakt It - Growth Hacking and Social Media Intern (MIP) 

Be part of an exciting tech company pioneering solving business transformations, sitting in the middle of project, change and innovation management. Create product demo's, social media strategies, and growth funnel strategies with some build-measure-learn experiments. No past experience required, just some social media tech skills and the ability to problem solve and interact with customers. 
 
c.80% business transformations fail, $7.3 trillion budgeted for this in 2021 alone. Impakt It is SaaS platform at the intersection of innovation and transformation that empowers in-house resources to successfully execute innovation and transformation. This role is aimed at product communication and growth strategies (get-grow-keep). 

INIA Biosciences  - Creativity And Brand Positioning Micro-Internship (MIP) 

The student will work on the branding strategy of the company. At the end of the 5 days, a well-prepared PowerPoint presenting the audience, brand name, brand values, brand personality, positioning, and next steps will be developed. Furthermore, the students will work on a few examples of logo, trademarking, and slogan developments, including colors and presentation templates. 

INIA Biosciences  - Market Research Assistant for Medical Device Company (MIP) 

INIA Biosciences is a development stage startup offering proprietary a electroceutical wearable device to improve organ rejection monitoring and treatment. INIA’s use of ultrasound stimulation for immune modulation is non-invasive, personalized, and applicable to a range of immune-related disorders. 

The student will be expected to dive deeply into the market of electroceuticals and immunomodulatory drugs. At the end of the internship, the student will be expected to generate a short report (in PPT or Word document format) on the marketing landscape and provide an analysis of the potential competitors of INIA Biosciences.  

i2i app – Marketing Assistant (MIP) 

The marketing assistant micro-internship will involve analysing the current social media platforms: Instagram (@i2iapp) and Linkedin, Student JCRs and MCRs and thinking of fun creative campaigns to spread the word. The project would involve doing an analysis of our social media and research into accounts with similar target audiences.  Research student JCRs and MCRs and Societies and thinking of fun creative campaigns to spread the word. 

Lantana Publishing - Marketing Intern in Children's Publishing  (MIP)

Lantana is an award-winning social enterprise giving Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) authors and illustrators a platform to publish.  

At Lantana we’re interested in exploring what makes communities inclusive in the widest possible sense, with a focus on diversity, social equality and environmental sustainability. We also champion innovation in publishing and are passionate about finding ways in which the publishing industry can help guide young children towards their brightest possible futures. 

We are looking for a marketing intern who will, among other things, help us develop cooperative and positive relationships with influencers, bloggers, and organisations who promote our books, and our target markets. This will involve out-of-the-box thinking for innovative marketing and publicity campaigns that will reach new readers, as well as regular social media engagement. 

Lightricity Ltd, Marketing Plan Development Intern(MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. The internship is designed to give hands-on developing a marketing plan for a specific product, researching application areas and identifying sectors to promote the product.  
 
As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks needed to define the marketing strategy, including marketing materials and resources, marketing channels and metrics for monitoring impac

Lightricity Ltd - Technology Landscape Researcher (MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. 
The internship is designed to give hands-on experience researching the state of the art of technologies and business concepts originating from the wider market. As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks needed to research, screen and summarise technologies and business concepts for informing Lightricity's intellectual property strategy. 

LitHits Ltd - Digital Reading Project Assistant (MIP) 

LitHits is an exciting new digital reading company that is dedicated to breaking down barriers people often experience to engaging with literature.  Some of these barriers include not having enough time to read, not knowing what to read, feeling overwhelmed by too much to choose from, or feeling intimidated by the perceived difficulty of some literature.  We are exploring ways to overcome these barriers to the enjoyment of reading literature by allowing users to engage directly with curated chunks of text on their mobile devices.  

LitHits is an innovative business that has social enterprise values at its core.  One of the first spin-outs from the Faculty of English at Oxford, LitHits was founded by academics and consists of a small, close-knit team whose other members are its Director of Curation and its Product Developer.  We also have several freelance contributors who help with the curation process.  We are at a key stage of the project when internships would be mutually beneficial, as the interns would be able to engage directly with our team in a variety of aspects and apply their skills and knowledge while also gaining insight into how a product like ours gets developed, how potential audiences are identified, how the product itself can be enhanced and refined, and how our business model can be evolved.  In all these areas interns can make direct and creative contributions and we would welcome their input.  This is an ideal opportunity for interns in all fields or subjects, not just literature or English. 

We are looking for 3-4 interns who would work in the following areas:            

---curation:  1) recording short excerpts from literary texts (with the understanding that we would not use these recordings commercially but only for the beta testing phase of the product); 2) identifying short passages from narrative fiction to add to our library and describing the works they come from 

---marketing:  1) creating and conducting surveys/questionnaires for potential users; 2) studying the market/competition, building on and updating our initial findings in this area (e.g., studying publishers’ web sites and gathering info on their digital strategies and offerings) 

--business:  working with our Product Developer to enhance our business model and identify areas that can be strengthened 

Newt London - Business Operations and Marketing Intern (MIP) 

Are you passionate about entrepreneurship, e-commerce and sustainability? Make a genuine impact with an internship at our fast-growing direct-to-consumer startup making sustainable clothing from recycled materials. Take on your own projects from beginning to end, combining strategy with execution across marketing, business operations, reporting and analytics. 

We're looking for an intern to lead on projects across key areas of the business. You'll work directly with the founder on your projects, and we are happy to tailor them where we can to the areas that you are most interested in. 

 

OMMAc - Communications Marketing Assistant (MIP) 

To develop communication marketing campaigns with potential clients.  

We are an early stage developing start-up collaborating with partners and also rapidly developing, which means constructing and establishing a wide range of diverse tasks. This is very different from working with a long-established organisation where segmentations of tasks had already been well-established into different organisational departments. Hence our priorities may change and develop as part of our establishment and candidates are expected to demonstrate flexibility in engaging with the appropriate project at the time of the internship.  In return, you will gain exposure to the business as a whole and will develop analytical skills related to business development. If you are looking for a routine working style environment, this role is not for you. Interns will work directly with and report to the CEO. 

 Job description and duties include: 

  1. Creating contact database of potential clients 

  1. Developing clients’ communications 

  1. Creating promotional online events 

  1. Liaising with marketing team and others 

OMMAc - Digital Marketing Assistant (MIP) 

To develop targeted digital marketing campaigns through creating social media platforms.  

We are an early stage developing start-up collaborating with partners and also rapidly developing, which means constructing and establishing a wide range of diverse tasks. This is very different from working with a long-established organisation where segmentations of tasks had already been well-established into different organisational departments. Hence our priorities may change and develop as part of our establishment and candidates are expected to demonstrate flexibility in engaging with the appropriate project at the time of the internship.  In return, you will gain exposure to the business as a whole and will develop analytical skills related to business development.  
 

Job description and duties include: 

  1. Creating and maintaining digital marketing platforms 

  1. Generating and developing social media marketing contents 

  1. Contributing to the development of marketing strategies 

  1. Our website is currently under construction, and you may be involved in building and maintaining it 

Oxford Oxytocin - Tech/Fashion Social Media Content & Marketing Internship (MIP) 

Oxford Oxytocin are building a mobile online shopping app that lets you style yourself with multiple brands and combinations based on your own images and sizes. The app allows you to browse, pay, and track all on one platform.  

Join them and help create and implement their social media marketing campaigns. 

Reset Your Health - RYH Marketing Strategy and Product Development Intern (MIP) 

Reset Your Health is a start-up aimed at improving mental and physical health by empowering people to improve their diet by supporting the growth of gut bacteria. There is an increasing appreciation of how important the abundance and diversity of gut bacteria is to our mental and physical health and Reset Your Health aims to help make breaking bad habits and establishing healthy ones as painless as possible as well as making it easy to use their diet to deal with chronic health conditions. You could assist our small start-up by: 

Working on our marketing strategy 
Researching potential grants we may be eligible for and apply for them 
Writing information pages for the website 
Photographing dishes for the website 
Creating content for our new online course platform 
Liaising to clients, potential clients and other industry professionals 
Developing, testing and uploading recipes for our online platform 

Super Sapiens - Content Writer and Creator (Education and Game Publishing) (MIP) 

Who we are: Super Sapiens LTD is a social enterprise with a conscious supply chain that creates fun educational books and games such as the ‘Super Sapiens’ card game. ‘Super Sapiens’ is a family friendly card game which pays tribute to 12 inspiring women from around the world - the world’s real superheroes, ‘the Super Sapiens’. It’s a simple concept but one that turns play into inspiration: helping children to explore hidden histories, to cultivate understanding about the world (and learn how to make it better for all!), and to develop their own superpowers through self-care and self-love. We created Super Sapiens after we had difficulty finding games that allowed our daughter to see people who looked like her. Move over one-dimensional, white-centred Princess games!  

What you will do: We are looking for students who want to make a positive difference and bring more kindness, more justice, more inclusion and more silliness to the world through this internship. During your placement you will be exposed to the world of social media marketing by developing marketing campaigns. Campaigns will be used to educate individuals and provide information on feminism, basic neuroscience and the negative impacts of white supremacy). You will help develop our social media presence to further advertise our Super Sapiens’ card game and create school education packs based on Super Sapiens’. In addition, you will be tasked with writing articles and pitching to newspapers/magazines. 

Talenthouse – Outreach Assistant 

Talenthouse is a dedicated, creative community platform of over four million members and one million creatives who want to help brands shape their creative communications. The Talenthouse community can deliver culturally relevant, diverse creative work, concepts, and ideas for multiple markets and channels. Their global creative community spans film, art, photography, design, augmented reality, music and fashion across 195 countries. It is building the definitive social network and a new economic model for creators. A place where inspiration, recognition, learning, collaboration, and income thrive.  

The placement: The aim of the micro-internship is to develop an outreach strategy and targeted database for our new youth creative platform: untitled (https://marketing.tlnt.holdings/untitled

How: You will: 

  • Work with our internal team to develop an outreach strategy around who we should be targeting to raise awareness and encourage engagement with our new platform Untitled. 

  • Research and collate data on education communication agencies, art and design schools, major after-school art clubs, all top high schools in UK/Ire/Can/US/Aus. 

  • Create outreach database with contact details included (template will be provided) 

  • A collection of relevant data enabling the implementation of our outreach strategy 

Teach a Child – Africa - Commercial Strategy And Marketing Intern (MIP) 

We would like support in developing the marketing and commercial operations of FairSilk. We would like to develop an overview of the channels through which we could market in the UK, Switzerland & beyond, and specific recommendations for us on how to launch in the UK and to further scale our operations. 

The Nasio Trust - Marketing and Website Design (MIP) 

We need an intern who can help us navigate a crowded, noisy market to market ourselves better and communicate our mission, vision and impact with clarity. This will involve reviewing our website to make sure that information about who we are and what we do comes across clearly. Our mission and vision statements are clear and we need to make sure this comes across in our website. The Nasio Trust provides a holistic approach to eradicating poverty through education, healthcare, livelihoods and food security rather than focusing on just one of these aspects. 

Using social media, our website and working with our UK fundraising and marketing team the intern(s) selected for this will be expected to provide clear instructions to our website designer on how information could better be presented on our Home Page and help us strengthen our ability to network with the right donors and new potential supporters 

Background –these are challenging times for the charity sector, especially small international charities like The Nasio Trust. COVID has had a catastrophic impact due to the lockdowns, government restrictions and the global economic downturn on conventional fundraising streams. We need to better engage with the philanthropic network and funders to protect and continue the valuable progress made over the last 20 years in an area in rural Kenya where most the population are living in extreme poverty. 

The Overseas Teacher (ADM Computing LTD) - Education Project Management Assistant (MIP) 

Interns will work with a department manager to accomplish one of their Key Results in a week, under their guidance. (Applicants must specify which of the four projects they are interested in working on) 
 
1 x IT: Will involve helping to set up an ergonomic data collection portal for collecting visa paperwork.  
1 x -Marketing: Will involve designing and executing a social media event.  
1 x Educational Pedagogy: Will involve working together with QA and the teacher managers to run a teacher training guide review. 
1 x Admin and management: Will involve working together with the project management team to build a management process for an established or new program. 

ThredMedia - Community Management & Prospecting Internship (MIP)

The Community Management & Prospecting Intern will help research and create a reliable database of schools globally. Using this information, the intern will, with the guidance of the Community Development Manager, develop an outreach and growth strategy to promote the Thred and the Change Maker Network to students and schools globally.

 

 

 

ThredMedia - Discord Growth Hacking Internship (MIP)

The Discord Growth Hacking intern will grow our Discord server into the main hub for Gen Z to discuss, engage with, and learn about social change issues

 

 

 

ThredMedia – Marketing & Outreach Internship (MIP)

Marketing & Outreach Internship - Journalists intern will:

  • Develop relationships with journalists to write about Thred
  • Using our database, outreach to journalists via email and social media
  • Create email pitch outlining idea for article focusing on three key themes
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Social Change 
    • Generation Z
  • Pitch to journalists to secure features, follow up and manage relationship

 

ThredMedia - Marketing & Sales Internship - Agencies (MIP)

The Marketing & Sales Internship - Agencies intern will build & develop relationships with key prospects at Marketing/Communication Agencies to secure new business for Thred

 

 

ThredMedia - Marketing & Outreach Internship – Influencers  (MIP)

The Marketing & Outreach Internship – Influencers  intern will boost Thred’s social media presence by engaging & collaborating with influencers and activists who share the same values as Thred.

How To:

  • Using our database, begin outreach to influencers via email and social media 
  • Identify strategies enabling Thred to collaborate with relevant influencers
  • Create email/dm pitch outlining idea for collaboration

 

ThredMedia  Marketing & Sales Internship – Companies/Brands (MIP)

The Marketing & Sales Internship – Companies/Brands  intern will Build & develop relationships with key prospects at Companies/Brands to secure new business for Thred.

How To:

  • Help develop sales and marketing plan 
  • Create email pitch outlining benefits of Thred’s services and our USP, including a request for a call
  • Using our database, begin outreach to relevant leads via email 
  • Keep internal database updated with relevant contact info, progress and secured calls 

 

ThredMedia - Community Management & Growth Hacking Internship (MIP)

The Community Management & Growth Hacking will recruit Ambassadors & Remote Writers using Thred’s existing network of contacts

How To 

-     Research Thred’s existing network of contacts to create a list of leads to sign up as Ambassadors for the Change Maker Network

-     Create email pitch outlining role and benefits of becoming an Ambassador/Remote Writer

-     Follow up and manage relationship with individuals, keeping Community Development Manager updated on progress

ThredMedia - Cross Platform Social Media Video Content Creation Intern (MIP)

Cross Platform Social Media Video Content Creation Intern will film and produce media content to promote Thred articles and YT videos

How To:

  • Using our social and YouTube videos as a guide, story-board ideas for video content based on existing Thred articles of your choice 
  • Film footage of yourself/team that can later be used by the Head of Production and design to produce content for Instagram tiles, stories, IGTV, TikTok and YouTube
  • Work with the Head of Production and Design to produce videos using Lumen5 software

Measuring Success:

  • Published videos across our social media channels

TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) - University of Oxford - Web Accessibility and Content Intern (MIP) 

Following the release of new government guidelines all website content now has to adhere to accessibility criteria so that the content is as accessible as possible to as broad an audience as possible. TORCH is also seeking to develop improved consistency of style across the website. TORCH is offering internships to provide interns with training on website accessibility and content management. The interns will then work on editing content on the TORCH website. These internships are suitable for individuals interested in careers in communications, marketing, sales, or any field where website content applies. 

University of Oxford, BioEscalator - Biotech Marketing And Media Internship (MIP) 

The BioEscalator is Oxford University’s biotech incubator located in the heart of the medical sciences campus. It provides laboratory space and entrepreneurial support for high growth start-ups. Through this internship, you will help to communicate with our many stakeholders and showcase our entrepreneurial community. This is an exciting opportunity for someone interested in producing high quality content for social media and other media channels and provides the chance to interact with innovators at the cutting edge of biotech and healthcare. 

VANN - Digital Health Industry Research Internship (MIP)

VANN is a highly innovative digital health start-up incubated at Oxford University Innovation and founded by an Oxford alumna. We are developing a digital platform for cancer patients and clinicians to track vital information and the mental health state of patients in between their treatment cycles and are collecting highly valuable real-world evidence for cancer research and drug discovery. 

Within the scope of this internship, you will conduct desk research related to medical side of our work, data collection and data management and will develop marketing materials. The results of your work will be used for further development and promotion of our company and products, and design of our strategy.

BizGees - Journalist Assistant (MIP) 

Who we are? BizGees is an innovation driven social enterprise using alternative finance for financial inclusion dedicated to improving refugees’ access to the financial tools they need to succeed. They are a born global finTech startup supporting different refugee communities Each community has a bespoke financial solution custom designed for its unique needs. BizGees is the winner of the Infosys Challenge for Financial Inclusion at the UNICEF FinTech Jam for Good and more recently challenge winners at EU v. Virus Hack 2020. . They transform refugees into entrepreneurs using the latest developments in finTech like crypto currency, augmented reality and crowd funding. BizGees generate bespoke financial services meeting the unique needs of the refugee communities they support. In addition to their interest-free microfinance offerings, BizGees focuses on jobs and wealth creation in the refugee communities it supports 

What you will do? - We are working on a project making refugee stories more accessible to the general public.  We find the general public has an interest in learning more the actual refugee experience, however find it difficult to find content in the mainstream.  Our project is a solution to this.  We are working with a Forbes contributor on this project.  

Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation – Archives Intern (MIP) 

This 5 day placement will provide the opportunity to work remotely identifying and transcribing digital images of archival material relating to Blenheim Palace and the Dukes of Marlborough. It will also involve contributing to the creation of a staff database populated by identifying names from wage books dating from the 1850s. 

Skills & Knowledge: 

Demonstrable evidence of a genuine interest in history and in preserving records for posterity (such as a degree in history or closely allied discipline) and experience using archives and/or libraries for research purposes.  

Excellent written and oral communication skills.  

A logical approach to practical tasks.  

Strong IT skills.  

The ability to work independently and as part of a team.  

Personal Specification:  

Honest, reliable and trustworthy.  

Self-motivated with the ability to use own initiative, work alone, prioritise work and achieve targets. 

Readiness to work under the direction of and in consultation with the Archivist. 

Centre for Historic Houses, OP Jindal Global University - International Heritage micro-internship (MIP) 

We are looking for interns who are highly creative and resourceful with advanced writing and research skills and an entrepreneurial spirit. Many of our activities are online and students are expected to have good IT skills, and knowledge of social media. Our ideal candidates are dependable and able to meet deadlines, work under time pressure and are intellectually curious and keen to explore areas outside of their own field of study. We also expect our interns to have excellent social skills able to gracefully work with a wide range of people from different backgrounds. Photography skills would be great. The heritage sector is interdisciplinary with disciplines ranging from history, architecture, design, management, marketing, tourism studies, law and others. The Centre for Historic Houses offers many exciting opportunities for research and innovative approaches to respond to some of the pressing issues in the heritage sector and poverty alleviation. We are open to applications from students from all different backgrounds. This internship is an exciting opportunity for students with an interest in the heritage sector or social entrepreneurship. 

Chatsworth House Trust - Chatsworth House Trust and Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Chatsworth and Wentworth Woodhouse are two of the most significant country houses in Britain. One remains the home of the Devonshire family and a pioneer site for country house tourism; the other has passed through multiple owners in the twentieth century before being purchased by the Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust in 2017. Wentworth Woodhouse is the largest and most significant country house restoration and reopening project in a generation. This micro-internship will help to investigate historical and contemporary links between the two properties. 

Working remotely as part of a team, you will undertake desk-based research using a range of online archives and resources to develop a holistic understanding of the historic and contemporary connections between Chatsworth and Wentworth Woodhouse. 

Courtauld Institute of Art - Archives and Digitisation Intern (MIP)

The aim of the digitisation project is to make the photographic collection freely available to the public. We also want to raise awareness of what is in the collections, and spark people's interest in both volunteering, and using the material – much of which has never been accessed widely before - for research, creative work, or personal interest.

Sadly, due to Covid-19, we are unable to host interns working on site. However we are able to host a week-long internship working remotely (from home or college), in which experience will be gained (subject to the availability of material) in cataloguing and transcribing images, researching and writing photographer biographies for publication on Wikipedia and creating of a blog post, which we would ask you to propose in your application. Our blog is an important public-facing space, and we share blog material via our social media channels to increase awareness of and interest in the collections. An awareness of or ideas for how you would share your research to a scholarly or popular community would also help your application.

Culture Syndicates CIC - Heritage Workforce Research Micro-Internship (MIP)

Culture Syndicates are looking for someone to join our small team to carry out research into the impact of Covid-19 on employment within the museum and heritage sector. Culture Syndicates specialise in workforce development. We provide training and employment opportunities to people starting out in the cultural sector to reduce reliance on unpaid work and to enhance their CV. We are therefore keen to understand the impact that the pandemic has had upon an already competitive field. 

The research placement student will work closely with the Head of Projects to shape research questions, carry out a literature review, and undertake small scale consultation with industry professionals (where possible within the placement timescale). They will create a summary of findings to share with the Head of Projects and wider Culture Syndicates team. This research will inform our workforce development strategy moving forwards and will therefore be highly useful for our organisation.

During the placement, we will arrange conversations with a range of cultural sector professionals to enable the placement student to get an insight into the industry and have the chance to address any questions they might have about working in heritage. This will be an interesting opportunity for anyone interested in heritage and, ultimately, a career in heritage.

Four Crowns – Art Research And Creative Writing Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Four Crowns is an artists’ studio that produces diverse collections in bronze and scagliola. Scagliola is an ancient artistic medium with a long history that uses pigment and plaster to mirror rare marbles. Our work rethinks and recasts motifs from the ancient world, with additional influence drawn from Clérisseau, Piranesi and the Renaissance emblem tradition. 
 
We are seeking competent writers to help expand our online literature with thoroughly-researched articles and artist interviews. The focus of the articles will be on the history of scagliola craftsmanship and our innovation in this field, whereas the interviews will give insight into the production process. 
 
In summary, the duties for this role are not limited to, but include: 

  • Discussing article/interview topics with management and deciding on an approach; 

  • Researching the agreed topic and relaying your ideas to us in the form of a plan; 

  • Presenting your final draft in an article workshop with the senior management; 

  • Producing a final piece of creative writing (c.500-1000 words depending on subject) for publishing on our website; 

  • Planning and executing an interview with our in-house artist for online publication. 

Guns & Rain Art - Social Media Internship for Art Gallery Exhibition (MIP)  

Your micro-internship will include: 

  • Reviewing and assessing our existing social media content on Facebook and Instagram 

  • Familiarising yourself with specific artists and their work 

  • Composing and proposing an overall social media plan/monthly campaign  

  • Creating and compiling scheduled content for Turbine Art Fair Johannesburg 

  • Creating and compiling scheduled content for a group show of women artists 

At the end of the internship, you will have become familiar with how to research, plan and implement a social media campaign in the art world, which will go live soon after your internship is complete. 

Guildhall Art Gallery - Visitor Experience Intern (MIP)  

Guildhall Art Gallery attracts over 100,000 visitors each year and our retail offer is an important part of our visitor experience. We have made some significant improvements in recent years, but are always looking to innovate and trial new ideas. We are looking for someone to help us respond to the changes in visitor profile and preferences in a newly re-opened public gallery. 

Heritage Partnerships Office - Wincester Catherdral Micro-Internship (MIP)

  • Working remotely as part of a team, you will undertake desk based research using a range of online archives and resources to explore the books in the Morley Library and suggest potential storylines for Winchester Cathedral to share with their visitors. You will think creatively and imaginatively about ways to link the books on the shelves with the terrestrial and celestial Blaeu Globes. 
  • Use the published catalogue of the Morley Library (H. Wray, Books in the Library at Winchester Cathedral, v. 1 (1861/2), materials provided by the Winchester Cathedral team, and digitised examples of works in the Morley Library via Early English Books Online to map the global footprint of the books – what places do they discuss, what insights do they give into a seventeenth-century world view, how can they be linked to the Blaeu Globes.
  • Produce – as a team – a final outline report which outlines key themes and opportunities for further research, and suggestions for ways of interpreting and presenting these stories to Winchester Cathedral’s visitors.

Heritage Partnerships Office - University of Oxford - Hidden Objects Project - Research Intern (MIP) 

The Hidden Objects Project is a developing project to research different links between University of Oxford collections and art and design. The Hidden Objects Project is led by a working group drawn from representatives of TORCH, the Ashmolean, two independent curators – in contemporary art practices and contemporary craft and design, and a contemporary ceramics gallerist. The aim is to catalyse, and fund, a series of public facing events that explore these links in ways fruitful and interesting for all. To assist our achievement of this aim, you will be conducting research on alumni, student initiatives, collections and arts projects linked with the University. 

Web Page: https://www.hiddenobjectsoxford.co.uk 

The Heritage Alliance - Policy and Communications Micro-Internship (MIP) 

This exciting placement at The Heritage Alliance will see a varied and interesting workload, giving you the opportunity to experience working in policy and communications, whilst also gaining insight into the breadth of the heritage sector. Possible opportunities include preparing a response to a Government consultation, attending meetings with Historic England or other key partners, updating our website or writing for our fortnightly newsletter. 

Horatio’s Garden Charity - Research into evaluation tools for arts therapy interventions (MIP) 

Following patient and staff feedback we are expanding our creative arts programme across the projects to include a regular programme of art, crafts, music, performing arts. singing, poetry and story telling. To support funding applications we are looking for an intern who can dedicate time to doing a literature search on the ways of evaluating the impact of creative arts on wellbeing and rehabilitation. We are looking for a student to join us to help to research suitable evaluation methods. 

Your research will be used to create a method of evaluation to gather patients’ feedback, enabling the charity to monitor and improve its arts programme across all Horatio’s Gardens. 

Horatio’s Garden Charity - Researching evidence base for arts therapy in rehabilitation (MIP) 

Following patient and staff feedback we are expanding our creative arts programme across the projects to include a regular programme of art, crafts, music, performing arts. singing, poetry and story telling. To support funding applications we are looking for an intern who can dedicate time to doing a literature search on the impact of creative arts on wellbeing and rehabilitation. We are looking for a student to join us to help investigate the evidence base for arts therapy in hospital settings, particularly in the field of rehabilitation. 

The results of the research will be used by the charity to promote the case for support of the arts programme as well as engaging the clinicians in the programme. Your research will be used to influence the arts programme across all Horatio's Gardens and in applications to funders. 

Icon – Policy Intern (MIP) 

Icon is seeking a micro-intern to review and update our stakeholder maps and to help us to formulate a new approach to managing our stakeholder contact data as part of an ongoing project to implement a new customer relations management system. This project will include researching and identifying the key contacts within the cultural heritage sector and devising a suitable format to enable us to manage our stakeholder data more effectively. 

Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation - Research Internship on Contested Histories In Public Spaces (MIP) 

The Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) works with educational and public policy institutions to organize and sponsor historical discourse in pursuit of acknowledgement and the resolution of historical disputes in divided communities and societies. We are seeking a micro-intern with solid research and strong writing skills to assist with a global study on contested histories in public spaces. 

Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret - Museum Research Assistant: Object of the Month (MIP) 

Our collection is around 2,500 objects related to the history of medicine and surgery, mostly dated from the 18th to the early 20th century.  The purpose of the “object of the month” campaign is to highlight objects from our collection providing visitors with additional information and creating engaging narratives about the stories it unlocks. 

As part of this volunteer role, you will produce two written pieces on an object chosen in consultation with the Museum's Engagement Manager. 

The first written piece is a longer article for our website, and the second one will be a shorter version to accompany the object while it is displayed at the Museum in a dedicated display case.  If confident, a voice recording of the shorter piece could be added for inclusivity and we can make this available both on our website and as part of the onsite display.  Not only this, but the Object will also be made into social media posts and shared across the Museum's platforms 

Purcell - Heritage Researcher: Towns Fund (MIP) 

Purcell is a leading architectural practice which specialises in projects in the historic built environment. This micro-internship will help you to investigate and understand how current funding initiatives are attempting to support the regeneration of historic town centres. 

School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, Research Assistant - African Heritage Project (MIP) 

A research and public engagement partnership with a heritage organisation in Lagos, Nigeria, which is putting together a number of research projects around railway heritage and public participation. As a lecturer in Anthropology, I also run the UK end of a research and public engagement partnership with a heritage organisation in Lagos, Nigeria, which is putting together a number of research projects around railway heritage. The projects variously involve volunteer coordinated or professionally managed work on collecting oral histories with retirees, documenting historic architecture and sites around the railway network, archival research, digitising at-risk documents, or public presentations. The micro-internship would be working on one of these aspects, as the current workload demands, and would be likely part time opportunity spread over 5 days- i.e. mornings for 5  days 

University of Oxford & National Trust - Curatorial Research Micro-Internship (MIP) 

The National Trust Partnership at Oxford University supports research into histories of the charity’s properties, landscapes and collections in England, Wales and Northern Ireland through a range of academic collaborations and knowledge exchange activities. Working alongside the partnership team and National Trust staff, this micro-internship will provide insights into the heritage sector and public history initiatives through the lens of curatorial research.  

100 Women in Finance - 100 Women in Finance Industry Leadership Internship (MIP) 

100 Women in Finance Leadership Networking Internship provides exposure to some of the most prominent finance industry leaders. We are conducting a in-depth research to open up locations in Africa and our interns will interview a number of women leading public and business institutions there. Initial training will be conducted by our CEO, Amanda Pullinger and our Global Director of Impact Collective, Chaitali Patel. 

BlondeMoney - Analyst Micro-Intern (MIP) 

BlondeMoney is an independent financial service firm which provides sensible commentary on politics, macroeconomics and finance. We aim to provide in-depth analysis from the world markets alongside our concise and informed opinion pieces. This Analyst role is to work alongside our CEO to contribute to the growth of BlondeMoney, focusing on news updates for clients, assisting with research, attending meetings and more. This is an opportunity for exposure to both financial markets and the world of politics (a rare combination!). 

Future Planet Capital - Venture Capital and Investment Micro-Internship (MIP)      

Through a unique series of partnerships and relationships, we invest globally in the entrepreneurs and science emerging from top universities and centres of innovation. We have a close relationship with the Oxford ecosystem through our partners at Oxford Sciences Innovation and various portfolio holdings. This is an opportunity to gain exposure to a global innovation platform, contributing to business development and/or investment analysis projects, whilst gaining rounded exposure to the daily workings of a VC. 

Osney Capital - Venture Capital Analyst (MIP

We are a value-add Venture Capital fund that invests in start-up and growth businesses, at Seed and Series A stage, whilst supporting them to navigate their risk landscape as it evolves with their scale and complexity. Specialising in operational risk areas, our teams will help portfolio companies to significantly de-risk their growth trajectories. 

Role 

Osney Capital are seeking several Venture Capital Analyst Interns to support the Partners with various strategic projects. You will contribute to the strategic direction of the firm, working on important initiatives relating to the fund investment strategy and thesis, target sectors, channels for deal origination, value creation and more. 

Responsibilities 

Conducting extensive research into the topic of the project, distilling large amounts of information into succinct, actionable insights. 

Analysing datasets and information to generate insights and intelligence for the firm. 

Creating presentation material to articulate the outcomes of the project, your findings and your recommendations. 

Supporting and engaging with the Partners in the delivery of the project. 

Seracares Limited - Funding and Healthtech Associate (MIP)

Seracares is developing a ground-breaking technology to help workers in the care home and at-home care sectors.  We are currently seeking funding to build out the proposition and are seeking an enthusiastic and committed individual to help deliver on our funding goals. The role will see the individual working alongside the directors and senior advisors in developing funding requests and grant proposals for this high-impact innovation in the healthcare sector.Streater Research - Business Intelligence Analyst – Economic Data (MIP) 

Who are we: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisationstocks.What differentiates Streater Research is its attention to corporate governance and stewardship issues along with its focus on traditional critical valuation drivers. Streater Research is committed to adhering to the Principles for Service Providers under the UK Stewardship Code and is working towards becoming a signatory to the Code. 
 
The role: Design and build a Business Intelligence (BI) Excel dashboard for Economic Data Using the open data Excel add-in from the U.S. Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) database, design a BI dashboard in Excel including data visualisation, pulling in and organising specifically requested data so that the updating of the information can be refreshed easily thereafter. Daily guidance from Streater Research will be provided. 

Streater Research - ESG Analyst: Corporate Governance in the FTSE 100 (MIP

Who are we: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks. What differentiates Streater Research is its attention to corporate governance and stewardship issues along with its focus on traditional critical valuation drivers. Streater Research is committed to adhering to the Principles for Service Providers under the UK Stewardship Code and is working towards becoming a signatory to the Code. 
 

The Role: With input from the founder of Streater Research, the intern will select a range of FTSE 100 companies and assess in a written report their performances relative to the UK Corporate Governance Code, based on corporate governance reporting from the respective companies. 

The UK Corporate Governance Code has 18 principles and 41 provisions across five areas: 

  1. Board Leadership and Company Purpose 

  1. Division of Responsibilities 

  1. Composition, Succession and Evaluation 

  1. Audit, Risk, and Internal Control 

  1. Remuneration 

The aim of the report is to highlight those companies that do not adhere to the very best standards of corporate governance and ascertain the reasons why. 

The Rooflight Company - Market Share Analyst (MIP)   

The Rooflight Company’s vision is to inspire architects, contractors and homeowners to understand the benefits of integrating rooflights into their designs and home improvements to help reduce a building’s energy consumption and carbon emissions and to enjoy the mental health benefits of increased natural light. Through this micro-internship, you will research market share and proposed new and innovative ways of reaching our target audiences. 

Your research will cover: 

UK market share and value of the rooflight industry to help the business identify the total addressable market opportunity 

Analysis into key competitors and their respective market shares 

An understanding of heritage v contemporary market share, flat v pitched roofs, commercial v domestic 

At the end of the internship, you will produce a summary of the market share of the industry and its respective splits and will have a solid understanding of the potential areas of focus that the Rooflight Company should investigate further based on current market share. You will have undertaken research to try to identify what the total addressable market is for the business in terms of market sizing and forecasting. The micro-internship will give you an opportunity to gain demonstrable experience in data analysis, marketing, forecasting and strategy. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment, Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Financial Geographies and Histories (MIP) 

 The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. The Atlas will bring the complex and abstract world of finance down to earth, showing how place-specific histories, laws, regulations and institutions influence finance; how finance relates to the processes of innovation, globalisation, and environmental change; and how finance plays a key part in drawing the landscape of uneven development, inequality and instability. You will be supervised directly by Professor Dariusz Wójcik to focus on Finacial Geographies and History.

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas Of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Sustainable Finance (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. The Atlas will bring the complex and abstract world of finance down to earth, showing how place-specific histories, laws, regulations and institutions influence finance; how finance relates to the processes of innovation, globalisation, and environmental change; and how finance plays a key part in drawing the landscape of uneven development, inequality and instability.  You will be supervised directly by Dr Michael Urban and focus on Sustainable Finance. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Data Science Micro-Internship - Atlas of Finance (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. Your research for the Atlas may include: 

  • Developing ideas for data visualisation covering financial technology (FinTech), stock exchanges, capital markets, investment banking, financial and economic statistics 

  • Obtaining quantitative and qualitative data from databases, websites, corporate reports and other sources 

  • Compiling, processing, cleaning and verifying data 

  • Building bespoke datasets combining multiple data sources 

  • Produce summary statistics 

  • Plotting various types of charts and diagrams 

  • Developing ideas for ways in which data could be visualised in the Atlas in the form of maps, chord diagrams, network visualisations, treemaps, bubble charts etc 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Banking and Contemporary Challenges (MIP) 

Part of the Atlas is dedicated to the analysis of banking, with focus on large banks. Beyond their original role of receiving deposits and granting loans, these banks have grown to a size that makes them important for national and global economic growth and stability. This is why these banks are often labelled as too-big-to-fail. Paradoxically, despite the critique many of them received in the 2008 global financial crisis, they are still as big and influential. On the other hand, the rise of financial technology (FinTech) and contemporary geo-political challenges, such as Brexit, pose fresh challenges for these institutions. Through this micro-internship you will contribute to the collection of data for large banks registered in the developed and developing world, with particular focus in the US, Europe and Latin America. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data for the world’s largest banks, with particular focus on the US, Europe and Latin America; 
  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets; 
  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

At the end of the internship, you will have produced a package of data to be used in a spread or a group of spreads of the Atlas of Finance, the first ever publication of this kind in the world. Your name will be mentioned in the Atlas to personally acknowledge your contribution. You will gain insight into the workings of a major research project and the process of producing a unique publication. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: International Financial Centres and FinTech (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data on the geographies of finance, with a focus on international financial centres and financial technology (FinTech) 

  • Searching online databases, corporate and research organisation websites, and other sources of information 

  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets 

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Finance and Development (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data on the impacts of financialisation on economic development and the geographical distribution of finance in the developing world. 

  • Searching online databases, corporate and research organisation websites, and other sources of information. 

  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets. 

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Finance and Economic Transformation (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. You reach will cover: 

  • Quantitative and qualitative approaches to how finance has transformed the global economy.  

  • Taking on an open-ended research project in which you can develop your skills and knowledge.  

  • Learning and applying research skills from data science to archival research.  

  • Making us of a variety of data sources, from corporate reports and official statistics to satellite imagery and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.  

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Spatial Data Science, Finance and Cities (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. It will consist of approximately 80 two-page spreads, each containing visualisations and a short text. Examples include visualisations of the global network of financial centres, cryptocurrency markets and associated infrastructures, or the development of green finance. The Atlas will be published as a book by Yale University Press in 2022. It is part of the broader research project ‘Cities in Global Financial Networks: Financial and Business Services and Development in the 21st Century’, funded by the European Research Council, led by Professor Dariusz Wójcik and a team of researchers based at the School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University.  
 
Your research for the Atlas will cover:  

  • Quantitative and qualitative approaches to analyze how finance has connected cities & transformed urban spaces around the world, across the Global North & the Global South. 

  • Searching, compiling & combining databases to map the spatial structures of finance from the street to the world city networks (using corporate reports, official statistics, social networks etc). 

  • Learning and applying research skills in spatial data science (mapping, spatial analysis etc.)  

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations.  

  • Write small reports on specific topics. 

  • Potential topics: mapping corporate landlords in US & European cities; racial capitalism, cities & the subprime crisis; spatial impact of Brexit; urban networks & development banks; finance & art centers; financial investments & sporting events; the urban-rural networks of micro-finance; the urban connection of offshore companies etc. 

You will be supervised directly by Dr Julien Migozzi, but you may also interact with other ERC project team members.  

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: A Fashion Minute (MIP) 

Defining the crucial activities that happen in the fashion world’s supply chains. To show the scale and activities good bad and ugly in Fashion. Via research we want to identify and share the critical and sometimes shocking data behind the products in the world of apparel, in an easy to read visual that has depth and integrity. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and provide insight to educate and inform 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Brand Level Comparison For Sustainability Of Fashion Brands (MIP) 

Fashion is considered a dirty industry. Some brands are started with supply chains and practices that are as sustainable as possible. Large brands have embedded Supply chains and find change harder. Some are accused of greenwashing as they talk a good talk and have programmes yet the majority of their products are unsustainable. To match our purpose of simplifying sustainability we would like to determine what to assess using first principles (what matters and can’t be divided further).  We want to combine ESG(Environmental, Corporate and Social Governance)  and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) info. Via research we want to identify and share the info with our clients. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and create a table. 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Retail Market Landscape Assessment (MIP) 

To define our size of the prize short, mid and long term a thorough market assessment is required. Via research we need to map the existing retailer landscape to identify the biggest opportunities and the relative size of each. The project would consolidate data across multiple sources and provide insight to inform the selling strategy, pricing and revenue models. 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Uniform Market Research (MIP) 

Alongside fashion there is a whole other world of apparel. We would like to assess the large market of Uniforms. Many are provided by the companies and are made of polyester and nylon making them amongst the worst in terms of sustainability. Defining the types of uniform & their needs & characteristics, (eg Police UK, robust cotton/poly mix - strong) and then sizing the global market. This project will give good information and data as to what markets would have the most impact and be the easiest to change to become more sustainable. Via research we want to identify and share the info with our clients. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and create a table. 

Cocoa Runners - Content Writer (MIP) 

Do you want to work for a start-up focused on sustainability and chocolate? Cocoa Runners is looking to hire for a range of micro-internships focused on researching and writing articles on their website and social media platforms. 

Cocoa Runners - Shipping Analyst (MIP) 

Do you want to work for a start-up focused on sustainability and chocolate? Cocoa Runners is looking to hire a student who can assist in the analysis and optimisation of its shipping logistics, both from and to our warehouse in Devon. 

FEED- Oxford Data and Market Analyst Intern (MIP)  

FEED Oxford is an innovative Oxford-based SME aiming to create new opportunities for street food vendors, caterers and SMEs that are looking for office space in Oxford. 

We are looking for up to three micro-interns to work remotely on market analysis for the Oxfordshire segments of-Street food vendors, Markets, caterers, food associations, SMEs, Co-working spaces, Adoption of best practices and standards (triple bottom line) 

Narau - Junior Host Operator (MIP) 

Narau operates like airbnb for workspaces. The Narau app allows you to search and find spaces to work in, all of which have been converted to workspaces. They are set up for you to work for the whole day (or up to three months) with everything you need. Once you have found the space where you want to work you book in the number of people you wish to have working there; using a company account, employees can choose where they work. 

The challenge for you will be to create as many listings as possible! 

This placement will suit a results-driven and commercially minded individual with strong project and decision-making skills. 

You will be able to  

  • Contact, onboard and liaise directly with host partners to grow our offering and reach. 

  • Engage with various professional communities and networks to raise brand awareness. 

  • Contribute information, ideas, and research to help develop marketing strategies. 

  • Coordinate with colleagues, sponsors, media representatives, and other professionals to implement strategies across multiple channels. 

Newt London - Business Operations and Marketing Intern (MIP) 

Are you passionate about entrepreneurship, e-commerce and sustainability? Make a genuine impact with an internship at our fast-growing direct-to-consumer startup making sustainable clothing from recycled materials. Take on your own projects from beginning to end, combining strategy with execution across marketing, business operations, reporting and analytics. 

We're looking for an intern to lead on projects across key areas of the business. You'll work directly with the founder on your projects, and we are happy to tailor them where we can to the areas that you are most interested in. 

Reset Your Health - RYH Marketing Strategy and Product Development Intern (MIP) 

Reset Your Health is a start-up aimed at improving mental and physical health by empowering people to improve their diet by supporting the growth of gut bacteria. There is an increasing appreciation of how important the abundance and diversity of gut bacteria is to our mental and physical health and Reset Your Health aims to help make breaking bad habits and establishing healthy ones as painless as possible as well as making it easy to use their diet to deal with chronic health conditions. You could assist our small start-up by: 

Working on our marketing strategy 
Researching potential grants we may be eligible for and apply for them 
Writing information pages for the website 
Photographing dishes for the website 
Creating content for our new online course platform 
Liaising to clients, potential clients and other industry professionals 
Developing, testing and uploading recipes for our online platform 

Teach a Child – Africa - Commercial Strategy And Marketing Intern (MIP) 

We would like support in developing the marketing and commercial operations of FairSilk. We would like to develop an overview of the channels through which we could market in the UK, Switzerland & beyond, and specific recommendations for us on how to launch in the UK and to further scale our operations. 

 

Abingdon Carbon Cutters Community Action Group - Environmental Protection Research Internship (MIP) 

Abingdon Cuts Plastic’s aim is to work to reduce waste and pollution in Abingdon and neighbouring villages in response to the ecological and climate crisis. If you have an interest in environmental concerns and community enhancement, this micro-internship offers the opportunity for you to research and analyse data on local attitudes, providing valuable reports for ACC and the local council. You will gain insight into environmental  campaigning and the opportunities for local action groups to engage with the council. 

Avalis - Communications & Marketing Intern (MIP)

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to produce a complete communications & marketing campaign in either social media, PR, or video marketing. Your campaign will be used to make a lasting impact on disability employment. 

Avalis - Business Operations Intern (MIP) 

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to analyse our operations and strategy and make recommendations. Your campaign will be used to increase our social impact in disability employment. As a start-up, it’s important that we continuously improve our operating procedures to ensure we are running as effectively and efficiently as possible. Through this micro-internship, you will work with the team on pivotal operational tasks and framework. 

Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation – Archives Intern (MIP) 

This 5 day placement will provide the opportunity to work remotely identifying and transcribing digital images of archival material relating to Blenheim Palace and the Dukes of Marlborough. It will also involve contributing to the creation of a staff database populated by identifying names from wage books dating from the 1850s. 

Skills & Knowledge: 

Demonstrable evidence of a genuine interest in history and in preserving records for posterity (such as a degree in history or closely allied discipline) and experience using archives and/or libraries for research purposes.  

Excellent written and oral communication skills.  

A logical approach to practical tasks.  

Strong IT skills.  

The ability to work independently and as part of a team.  

Personal Specification:  

Honest, reliable and trustworthy.  

Self-motivated with the ability to use own initiative, work alone, prioritise work and achieve targets. 

Readiness to work under the direction of and in consultation with the Archivist. 

Boys in Mind – Mental Health Communications and Outreach Intern (MIP) 

This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to make real change and gain experience working in the field of mental health, the charity sector, or in communications and outreach. Your work with us will be instrumental in the growth and development of this unique strategy. 

Cyclox - Celebration Of Cycling Event Micro-Intern (MIP) 

We are looking for an intern to assist with the planning and organisation of a month-long 'Celebration of Cycling' to be held throughout Oxfordshire later this year. This will include liaising with partners, community event organisers, potential corporate sponsors and funders. 

 

Department of Zoology - Micro-internship at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (MIP) 

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science is a large and vibrant research group that works at the interface of science and real-world action. 

In this micro-internship you will be embedded within our group and will be able to attend a lab meeting to hear about people's work and interests. Your task will be to produce a blog for the ICCS website (see https://www.iccs.org.uk/content/blogs) or some social media content (maybe a short podcast, a video, or some twitter/instagram content) about the work being done in the group which particularly catches your eye. You will interview people working on a particular theme or initiative, and read some of their papers, policy briefs and other content to inform your assignment. The ICCS comms team will give you some tips, and will also amplify and share your content. 

 In this way you will be able to interact with the researchers within ICCS, explore a theme of interest to you within our research portfolio, understand career opportunities within conservation, practice science communication, and get an output for your CV. 

The internship would suit someone interested in conservation as a career, who would like to know more about what it's like from the inside - whether in academia, an NGO, government, international multi-lateral organisation, or the corporate sector. 

Heritage Alliance - Policy and Communications Micro-Internship (MIP) 

This exciting placement at The Heritage Alliance will see a varied and interesting workload, giving you the opportunity to experience working in policy and communications, whilst also gaining insight into the breadth of the heritage sector. Possible opportunities include preparing a response to a Government consultation, attending meetings with Historic England or other key partners, updating our website or writing for our fortnightly newsletter. 

 

Horatio’s Garden Charity - Research into evaluation tools for arts therapy interventions (MIP) 

Following patient and staff feedback we are expanding our creative arts programme across the projects to include a regular programme of art, crafts, music, performing arts. singing, poetry and story telling. To support funding applications we are looking for an intern who can dedicate time to doing a literature search on the ways of evaluating the impact of creative arts on wellbeing and rehabilitation. We are looking for a student to join us to help to research suitable evaluation methods. 

Your research will be used to create a method of evaluation to gather patients’ feedback, enabling the charity to monitor and improve its arts programme across all Horatio’s Gardens. 

Horatio’s Garden Charity - Researching evidence base for arts therapy in rehabilitation (MIP) 

Following patient and staff feedback we are expanding our creative arts programme across the projects to include a regular programme of art, crafts, music, performing arts. singing, poetry and story telling. To support funding applications we are looking for an intern who can dedicate time to doing a literature search on the impact of creative arts on wellbeing and rehabilitation. We are looking for a student to join us to help investigate the evidence base for arts therapy in hospital settings, particularly in the field of rehabilitation. 

The results of the research will be used by the charity to promote the case for support of the arts programme as well as engaging the clinicians in the programme. Your research will be used to influence the arts programme across all Horatio's Gardens and in applications to funders. 

Icon – Policy Intern (MIP) 

Icon is seeking a micro-intern to review and update our stakeholder maps and to help us to formulate a new approach to managing our stakeholder contact data as part of an ongoing project to implement a new customer relations management system. This project will include researching and identifying the key contacts within the cultural heritage sector and devising a suitable format to enable us to manage our stakeholder data more effectively. 

https://oxford.targetconnect.net/leap/jobs.html?id=105979&service=Careers+Service 

KEEN Oxford - Inclusion Projects Officer (MIP) 

People are still excluded by society because of their differences, which is unacceptable. We exist to try and change that. We are the UK’s only youth-led movement for the inclusion of disabled people. We believe that changing young people’s perceptions of disability and inclusion is key to making future generations more inclusive. KEEN creates inclusive projects. We support other places to be inclusive.  

During your placement, you will take charge of a project related to the development or implementation of this strategy. Previous projects have included developing parts of the national expansion strategy we are now following, creating a patrons scheme, formulating a corporate sponsorship package, revamping our monitoring and evaluation frameworks for particular projects, producing high quality communications and campaign materials, supporting a recent branding consultation, and many more.  
 
You'll take the lead, show initiative, be asked to think creatively, and be prepared for a challenge. The role will mix research, resource development, market analysis, and problem solving, with a unique insight into the non-profit sector through the lens of a rapidly growing charity. 

Oxfordshire Recovery College - Research and Data Analysis Internship (MIP) 

Oxfordshire Recovery College takes an educational approach to managing mental health, delivering free courses on mental health topics, co-produced with people with lived experience. This internship offers the opportunity to be the first to look at our data, analyse it and create a report based on the interns' own ideas. Our interns will make a real difference to making our mental health service the best it can be. 

Oxfordshire Discovery College - Mental Health Resources Content Creator (MIP) 

Oxfordshire Discovery College are looking for two interns to help us create a range of engaging resources for children and young people to learn about and develop their mental health, to be made freely available on our website. By supporting this project you’ll be directly supporting young people across the county to understand their experiences and boost their wellbeing, which we think is a pretty big deal! 

 

Patchwork Hub - Research and Creative Content Executive Internship (MIP)       

The successful intern will mainly be working on an exciting project supporting our startup team in building our resource hub, training opportunities and blog for those people with unique personal circumstances who are looking for work, training and support. The applicant will gain great hands-on experience, working in a small team of a dynamic and rapidly growing startup/social enterprise at its early stages. 

They will be given expert, in-house training from our Head of Marketing and CEO before strategising, creating and implementing their own content for the site. There are lots of different areas to get involved in but one of the main areas of the project, the intern(s) will be working on researching and writing our Help and Support Centre to assist businesses and Patchworkers to get the most out of our site. The intern will develop their research, copywriting and marketing skills and learn the tools and importance of creating accessible communications which they can carry forward in all areas of their work. 
 
The applicant will gain valuable hands-on experience in industry-leading digital marketing strategy and operations while working very closely with senior leadership. The position will offer the intern the chance to be a valued team member of a highly-skilled, dynamic and rapidly growing startup and social enterprise at its early stages. 

Pets As Therapy - Research Coordinator (MIP) 

As a Research coordinator you will have the opportunity to contribute to the work of a small National Charity by collating research into Animal Assisted Interventions into an accessible document. 
 
You will provide a comprehensive critical review summarising the research that underpins the work of the Charity. In terms of benefits of volunteering and the impact of Canine Companionship In addition, you will undertake a literature review of best evidence, the analytical development of both quantitative and qualitative data and identify appropriate impact and outcome measures. 

Super Sapiens - Content Writer and Creator (Education and Game Publishing) (MIP) 

Who we are: Super Sapiens LTD is a social enterprise with a conscious supply chain that creates fun educational books and games such as the ‘Super Sapiens’ card game. ‘Super Sapiens’ is a family friendly card game which pays tribute to 12 inspiring women from around the world - the world’s real superheroes, ‘the Super Sapiens’. It’s a simple concept but one that turns play into inspiration: helping children to explore hidden histories, to cultivate understanding about the world (and learn how to make it better for all!), and to develop their own superpowers through self-care and self-love. We created Super Sapiens after we had difficulty finding games that allowed our daughter to see people who looked like her. Move over one-dimensional, white-centred Princess games!  

What you will do: We are looking for students who want to make a positive difference and bring more kindness, more justice, more inclusion and more silliness to the world through this internship. During your placement you will be exposed to the world of social media marketing by developing marketing campaigns. Campaigns will be used to educate individuals and provide information on feminism, basic neuroscience and the negative impacts of white supremacy). You will help develop our social media presence to further advertise our Super Sapiens’ card game and create school education packs based on Super Sapiens’. In addition, you will be tasked with writing articles and pitching to newspapers/magazines. 

Synergy Global Consulting Ltd - Social Responsibility Consultancy Internship (MIP) 

We are looking for an intern to join our international team to support us on project work or contribute to our research and learning. We want bright, enthusiastic and passionate interns who share our values to join us and bring fresh ideas and new insights to the team. We will tailor the tasks to the match the interests and skill set of the intern, but generally you will work either on projects or doing a piece of research.  

Teach a Child – Africa - Research Assistant: Silk Sustainability Report (MIP) 

We would like to understand more about the sustainability of silk as a commodity. We would like a micro-intern to conduct desk research for us to into the products we source, and potential issues with sustainability including environmental impacts on climate, water, biodiversity and other issues (e.g human rights). 

Teach a Child – Africa - Video Editor and Content Creator (MIP) 

We recently conducted our annual gathering, which brings all of our students together with TaC volunteers to verify their individual wellbeing and educational progress. This year’s gathering took on particular significance for us due to the impact of COVID-19, which meant that many of our students have been away from school for some time. During the gathering, we collated a large amount of student testimonials and video footage, which we would like help in turning into update material for our supporters and for our website. Your responsibilities would include: 

  • Producing and editing a video for our website 

  • Drafting an email to update donors, which synthesises the testimonials we have had from our students 

The Nasio Trust - Marketing and Website Design (MIP) 

We need an intern who can help us navigate a crowded, noisy market to market ourselves better and communicate our mission, vision and impact with clarity. This will involve reviewing our website to make sure that information about who we are and what we do comes across clearly. Our mission and vision statements are clear and we need to make sure this comes across in our website. The Nasio Trust provides a holistic approach to eradicating poverty through education, healthcare, livelihoods and food security rather than focusing on just one of these aspects. 

Using social media, our website and working with our UK fundraising and marketing team the intern(s) selected for this will be expected to provide clear instructions to our website designer on how information could better be presented on our Home Page and help us strengthen our ability to network with the right donors and new potential supporters 

Background –these are challenging times for the charity sector, especially small international charities like The Nasio Trust. COVID has had a catastrophic impact due to the lockdowns, government restrictions and the global economic downturn on conventional fundraising streams. We need to better engage with the philanthropic network and funders to protect and continue the valuable progress made over the last 20 years in an area in rural Kenya where most the population are living in extreme poverty. 

Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre - Butterfly Distribution Micro-Intern (MIP) 

TVERC has recently received a large amount butterfly records from Butterfly Conservation to add to our own collection. This project involves analysing the distribution of a butterfly species (or group of similar butterfly species) local to Berkshire and Oxfordshire that is either declining or locally rare. You will analyse this against Local Wildlife Sites (LWS) and habitat data across the two counties, to outline which LWS are key to the species, and to suggest potential key areas for these species to be protected/surveyed. It may also be possible to look at distribution over time and determine where species may have shifted in respect to LWS. 
 
Specific tasks: 

  • Analyse butterfly species distribution against TVERC data for Local Wildlife Sites and habitats. 

  • Identify key LWS and habitats within the region for each species and habitat appropriate LWS where more data is needed. 

  • Outline criteria for or potential new LWS in the region based on butterfly distributions. 

  • Investigate distributions over time for a key butterfly species. 

World Experience Exchange- Charity Research Internship (MIP)  

World Experience Exchange is a not-for-profit social enterprise with a mission – “To bring together those with, skills, education and expertise - with those who can apply them to the best use in the developing world.” You will be remotely working with a charity in Uganda, to help them develop and increase their impact within their community. Your research into new approaches and best practices from elsewhere in the world will form the basis for new initiatives and approaches. This is a great opportunity to exchange your skills and passion, for the experience that is Africa, and to make a difference to those less fortunate in the developing world. 

 

Purcell – Sustainability Researcher: Reducing Carbon Emissions from Historic Buildings (MIP) 

Purcell is a leading architectural practice which specialises in projects in the historic built environment. This micro-internship will help you to investigate and understand the issue of retro-fitting energy-saving measures to historic buildings. 

Purcell - Heritage Researcher: Towns Fund (MIP) 

Purcell is a leading architectural practice which specialises in projects in the historic built environment. This micro-internship will help you to investigate and understand how current funding initiatives are attempting to support the regeneration of historic town centres. 

Avalis - Communications & Marketing Intern (MIP)  

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to produce a complete communications & marketing campaign in either social media, PR, or video marketing. Your campaign will be used to make a lasting impact on disability employment. 

BlondeMoney - Analyst Micro-Intern (MIP) 

BlondeMoney is an independent financial service firm which provides sensible commentary on politics, macroeconomics and finance. We aim to provide in-depth analysis from the world markets alongside our concise and informed opinion pieces. This Analyst role is to work alongside our CEO to contribute to the growth of BlondeMoney, focusing on news updates for clients, assisting with research, attending meetings and more. This is an opportunity for exposure to both financial markets and the world of politics (a rare combination!). 

Central 23 – Lifestyle Brand Consultant Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Central 23, a lifestyle business, has become the largest supplier of stationary to Urban Outfitters (Europe) and sells a range of accessories to various retailers including ASOS, Topshop and Boohoo. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative micro-interns to join our fun team to help with PR, social media collaborations and editorial content. You will be raising brand awareness though various marketing activities, building relationships with journalists and driving the growth of the business. This is a fantastic opportunity for insight into a young London business (though we are currently working remotely!). 

EcoSync - Business Development Consultant (MIP) 

EcoSync is an early-stage start-up company with an MVP and few paying clients (various Oxford colleges and Said). Our value proposition and pricing model is undergoing some changes and we are looking for an experienced individual who could help us adapting our key documents (pitch deck. business plan) to the new value proposition for upcoming fundraising, discussion with investors etc. 

ECorporate Ltd - Gaming and Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

As an EdTech company we offer a digital platform for online tutoring, specifically for 11plus exam (entrance into grammar schools). We are currently in the process of developing a ‘brain game’ which can be used as part of our digital platform.  We require a student who is interested in game development with a focus on analytical games. During the Gaming and Content Development internship, you will be exposed to the world of content creation and game development by: 

  1. Review our content strategy for a 'brain game' developed by us for encouraging reading, maths and analytical skills in school-children. 

  1. Help us develop concepts for more games in the future 

Future Planet Capital - Venture Capital and Investment Micro-Internship (MIP)      

Through a unique series of partnerships and relationships, we invest globally in the entrepreneurs and science emerging from top universities and centres of innovation. We have a close relationship with the Oxford ecosystem through our partners at Oxford Sciences Innovation and various portfolio holdings. This is an opportunity to gain exposure to a global innovation platform, contributing to business development and/or investment analysis projects, whilst gaining rounded exposure to the daily workings of a VC. 

Impakt It - Growth Hacking and Social Media Intern (MIP) 

Be part of an exciting tech company pioneering solving business transformations, sitting in the middle of project, change and innovation management. Create product demo's, social media strategies, and growth funnel strategies with some build-measure-learn experiments. No past experience required, just some social media tech skills and the ability to problem solve and interact with customers. 
 
c.80% business transformations fail, $7.3 trillion budgeted for this in 2021 alone. Impakt It is SaaS platform at the intersection of innovation and transformation that empowers in-house resources to successfully execute innovation and transformation. This role is aimed at product communication and growth strategies (get-grow-keep). 

Impakt It - Software Developer Intern (MIP) 

Be part of an exciting tech business pioneering solving business transformations, sitting in the middle of project, change and innovation management.  
 
c.80% business transformations fail, $7.3 trillion budgeted for this in 2021 alone. Impakt It is SaaS platform at the intersection of innovation and transformation that empowers in-house resources to successfully execute innovation and transformation. This role is aimed at someone who is able to run with an objective and build an MVP calculator and diagnostic. 
 
Help develop a diagnostic tool that collects current and future state of organisations teams as part of their business transformation journey. The diagnostic and analytics dashboard will form part of the executive's vision creation and then individual team's transformation. 
 
Help build a calculator that converts impact from all organisations work and decisions (profit, environment, workplace happiness etc.) into a trackable dashboard that encourages purpose lead behaviour. 

Modux - C#/Java developer - Cyber Security (MIP) 

Modux delivers cyber-security consultancy and products to a core set of industries including defence & aerospace, finance, and telecommunications. In this micro-internship you will be helping our development team on an ongoing application development in C#. The application will aid security professionals with automated analysis of configuration data to allow security consultancies to provide their clients with the best security assurance. After your time with us Modux will aim to publish the application and begin using it in the day-to-day workings of the company. 

 
https://oxford.targetconnect.net/leap/jobs.html?id=105931&service=Careers+Service  

Modux  - Penetration Testing (Cyber Security) - Automation Tool (MIP) 

Modux delivers cyber-security consultancy and products to a core set of industries including defence & aerospace, finance, and telecommunications. Throughout the placement, you will be assisting our development team on a penetration testing automation tool. Modux aims to publish and use this application, which will aid security professionals during penetration tests, allowing security consultancies to provide their clients with quick and effective security assurance. 

Osney Capital - Venture Capital Analyst (MIP) 

We are a value-add Venture Capital fund that invests in start-up and growth businesses, at Seed and Series A stage, whilst supporting them to navigate their risk landscape as it evolves with their scale and complexity. Specialising in operational risk areas, our teams will help portfolio companies to significantly de-risk their growth trajectories. 

Role 

Osney Capital are seeking several Venture Capital Analyst Interns to support the Partners with various strategic projects. You will contribute to the strategic direction of the firm, working on important initiatives relating to the fund investment strategy and thesis, target sectors, channels for deal origination, value creation and more. 

Responsibilities 

  • Conducting extensive research into the topic of the project, distilling large amounts of information into succinct, actionable insights. 

  • Analysing datasets and information to generate insights and intelligence for the firm. 

  • Creating presentation material to articulate the outcomes of the project, your findings and your recommendations. 

  • Supporting and engaging with the Partners in the delivery of the project. 

Synergy Global Consulting Ltd - Social Responsibility Consultancy Internship (MIP) 

We are looking for an intern to join our international team to support us on project work or contribute to our research and learning. We want bright, enthusiastic and passionate interns who share our values to join us and bring fresh ideas and new insights to the team. We will tailor the tasks to the match the interests and skill set of the intern, but generally you will work either on projects or doing a piece of research.  

The Nasio Trust - Marketing and Website Design (MIP) 

We need an intern who can help us navigate a crowded, noisy market to market ourselves better and communicate our mission, vision and impact with clarity. This will involve reviewing our website to make sure that information about who we are and what we do comes across clearly. Our mission and vision statements are clear and we need to make sure this comes across in our website. The Nasio Trust provides a holistic approach to eradicating poverty through education, healthcare, livelihoods and food security rather than focusing on just one of these aspects. 

Using social media, our website and working with our UK fundraising and marketing team the intern(s) selected for this will be expected to provide clear instructions to our website designer on how information could better be presented on our Home Page and help us strengthen our ability to network with the right donors and new potential supporters 

Background –these are challenging times for the charity sector, especially small international charities like The Nasio Trust. COVID has had a catastrophic impact due to the lockdowns, government restrictions and the global economic downturn on conventional fundraising streams. We need to better engage with the philanthropic network and funders to protect and continue the valuable progress made over the last 20 years in an area in rural Kenya where most the population are living in extreme poverty. 

 

BizGees - Content Creator Micro-Internship (MIP)

Who we are: BizGees is an innovation driven social enterprise using alternative finance for financial inclusion dedicated to improving refugees’ access to the financial tools they need to succeed. They are a born global finTech startup supporting different refugee communities Each community has a bespoke financial solution custom designed for its unique needs. BizGees is the winner of the Infosys Challenge for Financial Inclusion at the UNICEF FinTech Jam for Good and more recently challenge winners at EU v. Virus Hack 2020. They transform refugees into entrepreneurs using the latest developments in finTech like crypto currency, augmented reality and crowd funding. BizGees generate bespoke financial services meeting the unique needs of the refugee communities they support. In addition to their interest-free microfinance offerings, BizGees focuses on jobs and wealth creation in the refugee communities it supports  

What you will do: We are looking to grow our brand among Gen Z shoppers.  This mean Instagram and Tik Tok marketing.  We promote local artists, who share their earning with the post conflict communities we support. We are looking for students to work with us on this. 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: A Fashion Minute (MIP)  

Defining the crucial activities that happen in the fashion world’s supply chains. To show the scale and activities good bad and ugly in Fashion. Via research we want to identify and share the critical and sometimes shocking data behind the products in the world of apparel, in an easy to read visual that has depth and integrity. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and provide insight to educate and inform  

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Brand Level Comparison For Sustainability Of Fashion Brands (MIP)  

Fashion is considered a dirty industry. Some brands are started with supply chains and practices that are as sustainable as possible. Large brands have embedded Supply chains and find change harder. Some are accused of greenwashing as they talk a good talk and have programmes yet the majority of their products are unsustainable. To match our purpose of simplifying sustainability we would like to determine what to assess using first principles (what matters and can’t be divided further).  We want to combine ESG(Environmental, Corporate and Social Governance)  and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) info. Via research we want to identify and share the info with our clients. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and create a table.  

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Retail Market Landscape Assessment (MIP)  

To define our size of the prize short, mid and long term a thorough market assessment is required. Via research we need to map the existing retailer landscape to identify the biggest opportunities and the relative size of each. The project would consolidate data across multiple sources and provide insight to inform the selling strategy, pricing and revenue models.  

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Uniform Market Research (MIP)  

Alongside fashion there is a whole other world of apparel. We would like to assess the large market of Uniforms. Many are provided by the companies and are made of polyester and nylon making them amongst the worst in terms of sustainability. Defining the types of uniform & their needs & characteristics, (eg Police UK, robust cotton/poly mix - strong) and then sizing the global market. This project will give good information and data as to what markets would have the most impact and be the easiest to change to become more sustainable. Via research we want to identify and share the info with our clients. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and create a table.  

Central 23 – Lifestyle Brand Consultant Micro-Internship (MIP)  

Central 23, a lifestyle business, has become the largest supplier of stationary to Urban Outfitters (Europe) and sells a range of accessories to various retailers including ASOS, Topshop and Boohoo. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative micro-interns to join our fun team to help with PR, social media collaborations and editorial content. You will be raising brand awareness though various marketing activities, building relationships with journalists and driving the growth of the business. This is a fantastic opportunity for insight into a young London business (though we are currently working remotely!).  

Cocoa Runners - Content Writer (MIP)  

Do you want to work for a start-up focused on sustainability and chocolate? Cocoa Runners is looking to hire for a range of micro-internships focused on researching and writing articles on their website and social media platforms. 

Cocoa Runners - Shipping Analyst (MIP)  

Do you want to work for a start-up focused on sustainability and chocolate? Cocoa Runners is looking to hire a student who can assist in the analysis and optimisation of its shipping logistics, both from and to our warehouse in Devon. 

FEED Oxford - Marketing Assistant Intern (MIP)   

FEED Oxford is an innovative Oxford-based SME aiming to create new opportunities for street food vendors, caterers and SMEs that are looking for office space in Oxford.  

We are looking for up to two micro-interns to work remotely on branding and marketing tasks:  
  
-Branding and positioning of co-working spaces  
-Communications and marketing templates 

FEED- Oxford Data and Market Analyst Intern (MIP)   

FEED Oxford is an innovative Oxford-based SME aiming to create new opportunities for street food vendors, caterers and SMEs that are looking for office space in Oxford.  

We are looking for up to three micro-interns to work remotely on market analysis for the Oxfordshire segments of-Street food vendors, Markets, caterers, food associations, SMEs, Co-working spaces, Adoption of best practices and standards (triple bottom line) 

Guildhall Art Gallery - Visitor Experience Intern (MIP)  

Guildhall Art Gallery attracts over 100,000 visitors each year and our retail offer is an important part of our visitor experience. We have made some significant improvements in recent years, but are always looking to innovate and trial new ideas. We are looking for someone to help us respond to the changes in visitor profile and preferences in a newly re-opened public gallery. 

Inside the Box Publishing - Game Development Intern (MIP) 

We design and publish tabletop game projects, pouring our varied interests and experience into every one. We produce games across a wide range of genres and a variety of immersive, unusual themes, from cave exploration to dystopian rebellion. Check out what games we develop on our website (http://itbboardgames.com/#Games)  
 
The Games Development micro-internship at Inside the Box Board Games has been running for over 3 years, with several micro interns going on to fully paid professional summer placements, with our senior developer, one of the first alumni of the process. 
 
Games Development Interns will get a taste of what working for an indie tabletop games design studio is like, testing out, iterating on and investigating a range of games projects we're working on right now, at the cutting edge of creative design. 
 
We're looking for the next generation of tabletop games developers - is that you? Spend a week Inside the Box testing, developing and progressing a range of complex design projects. We're looking for creative, organised, motivated people. 

Newt London - Business Operations and Marketing Intern (MIP)  

Are you passionate about entrepreneurship, e-commerce and sustainability? Make a genuine impact with an internship at our fast-growing direct-to-consumer startup making sustainable clothing from recycled materials. Take on your own projects from beginning to end, combining strategy with execution across marketing, business operations, reporting and analytics.  

We're looking for an intern to lead on projects across key areas of the business. You'll work directly with the founder on your projects, and we are happy to tailor them where we can to the areas that you are most interested in. 

Retailigent Solutions Ltd - Data Scientist: Machine Learning (MIP) 

Retailigence is a suite of pre-packaged AI algorithms which aims to disrupt the traditional rules-based engines of retail planning solutions and replace them with a suite of machine learning solutions. The solutions have data science and the end customer view at their core.  

The solution set will help establish a superior mechanism to cluster stores, optimise assortments and manage range. It will enable you to curate promotions more effectively and aim them at the right customer groups. The team incorporates decades of data science and retail expertise. Including PhDs who own multiple patents, ex-retail CEO and ex-partners in consulting companies. 

We are looking for a Data Scientist (Machine Learning) micro-internship to analyse the data science algorithms used by RETAILIGENCE and work with the RETAILIGENCE team to research options to use the Google Cloud infrastructure to enhance them. 

The Rooflight Company - Market Share Analyst (MIP)   

The Rooflight Company’s vision is to inspire architects, contractors and homeowners to understand the benefits of integrating rooflights into their designs and home improvements to help reduce a building’s energy consumption and carbon emissions and to enjoy the mental health benefits of increased natural light. Through this micro-internship, you will research market share and proposed new and innovative ways of reaching our target audiences. 

Your research will cover: 

UK market share and value of the rooflight industry to help the business identify the total addressable market opportunity 

Analysis into key competitors and their respective market shares 

An understanding of heritage v contemporary market share, flat v pitched roofs, commercial v domestic 

At the end of the internship, you will produce a summary of the market share of the industry and its respective splits and will have a solid understanding of the potential areas of focus that the Rooflight Company should investigate further based on current market share. You will have undertaken research to try to identify what the total addressable market is for the business in terms of market sizing and forecasting. The micro-internship will give you an opportunity to gain demonstrable experience in data analysis, marketing, forecasting and strategy. 

Y.O.U Underwear - Digital Sustainability Strategist - Sustainable Fashion (MIP) 

Y.O.U Underwear is an e-commerce business that operates 100% online (we sell all our products through our website and we also operate entirely remotely). As part of our broader commitment to being an ethical and sustainable business, we’re keen to minimise the impact of our digital activities, by making improvements to our website and workflows. This project involves researching options and providing practical recommendations for us to improve our activities and minimise our environmental impact. 

Y.O.U Underwear - Net Zero Strategy Developer - Sustainable Fashion (MIP) 

This project involves researching and providing recommendations to Y.O.U Underwear on how to become carbon neutral. Y.O.U Underwear is committed to minimising our impact on the environment, and we already have a range of policies in place to maximise our sustainability. This includes using recyclable and biodegradable materials and organic cotton - which is much better for the environment than conventional cotton. We’ve also planted trees in the past in partnership with two different organisations, over specific campaigns. We’re keen to develop our commitment even further to include being carbon neutral. This project includes researching this area, identifying suitable partners and industry examples, and providing practical recommendations for us that take into account the financial constraints on a small business. 

ECorporate Ltd - Gaming and Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

As an EdTech company we offer a digital platform for online tutoring, specifically for 11plus exam (entrance into grammar schools). We are currently in the process of developing a ‘brain game’ which can be used as part of our digital platform.  We require a student who is interested in game development with a focus on analytical games. During the Gaming and Content Development internship, you will be exposed to the world of content creation and game development by: 

Review our content strategy for a 'brain game' developed by us for encouraging reading, maths and analytical skills in school-children. 

Help us develop concepts for more games in the future 

The Overseas Teacher (ADM Computing LTD) - Education Project Management Assistant (MIP) 

Interns will work with a department manager to accomplish one of their Key Results in a week, under their guidance. (Applicants must specify which of the four projects they are interested in working on) 
 
1 x IT: Will involve helping to set up an ergonomic data collection portal for collecting visa paperwork.  
1 x -Marketing: Will involve designing and executing a social media event.  
1 x Educational Pedagogy: Will involve working together with QA and the teacher managers to run a teacher training guide review. 
1 x Admin and management: Will involve working together with the project management team to build a management process for an established or new program. 

Super Sapiens - Content Writer and Creator (Education and Game Publishing) (MIP) 

Who we are: Super Sapiens LTD is a social enterprise with a conscious supply chain that creates fun educational books and games such as the ‘Super Sapiens’ card game. ‘Super Sapiens’ is a family friendly card game which pays tribute to 12 inspiring women from around the world - the world’s real superheroes, ‘the Super Sapiens’. It’s a simple concept but one that turns play into inspiration: helping children to explore hidden histories, to cultivate understanding about the world (and learn how to make it better for all!), and to develop their own superpowers through self-care and self-love. We created Super Sapiens after we had difficulty finding games that allowed our daughter to see people who looked like her. Move over one-dimensional, white-centred Princess games!  

What you will do: We are looking for students who want to make a positive difference and bring more kindness, more justice, more inclusion and more silliness to the world through this internship. During your placement you will be exposed to the world of social media marketing by developing marketing campaigns. Campaigns will be used to educate individuals and provide information on feminism, basic neuroscience and the negative impacts of white supremacy). You will help develop our social media presence to further advertise our Super Sapiens’ card game and create school education packs based on Super Sapiens’. In addition, you will be tasked with writing articles and pitching to newspapers/magazines. 

Teach a Child – Africa - Video Editor and Content Creator (MIP) 

We recently conducted our annual gathering, which brings all of our students together with TaC volunteers to verify their individual wellbeing and educational progress. This year’s gathering took on particular significance for us due to the impact of COVID-19, which meant that many of our students have been away from school for some time. During the gathering, we collated a large amount of student testimonials and video footage, which we would like help in turning into update material for our supporters and for our website. Your responsibilities would include: 

  • Producing and editing a video for our website 

  • Drafting an email to update donors, which synthesises the testimonials we have had from our students 

Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, University of Oxford- Outreach Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

Oxplore is running a book club for 11-14 year olds. We are keen to develop supporting materials about each of the key texts and to run livestream events for participating schools. As part of your internship you would be creating some of these materials and facilitating a live book discussion with a guest speaker. Depending on project needs, you will also have the opportunity to create some additional content for the site such as a quiz, image gallery, video, reading list or short article. This work will involve sourcing correctly licensed materials that are academically rigorous and adopting an engaging and accessible written style to appeal to the target audience. Furthermore, you may get the chance to contribute to the project’s social media communications and marketing. This could include an Instagram/Twitter takeover, producing new posts for Facebook and the project blog, and/or planning an upcoming social media campaign to attract new users to the site.  

This micro-internship will give you demonstrable experience of planning and delivering a live event, copy-writing and communications, as well as the opportunity to contribute to a university outreach project. You will be directly supervised by full-time staff working on Oxplore. You will meet with the Oxplore team throughout the week to receive feedback, guidance and support.   

UNI4U Ltd - Research and Analysis Micro-Placement (MIP) 

We are seeking a student/s for a one-week project to help us bring together this mentoring service. The project will lead to the development of a training pack for future mentors. We would like the MIPs student/s to help us determine what support mentors should provide and develop a training curriculum and resource pack for future student mentors. 

https://oxford.targetconnect.net/leap/jobs.html?id=105575&service=Careers+Service 

 

Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford - Department of Engineering Science Events Assistant (MIP) 

Assist our Events Managers and Outreach Officer to coordinate and deliver events happening in June/July, including a four day Digital Humanities at Oxford event for academics and researchers, University Open Days for prospective undergraduates, UNIQ Summer School and MIUA, a Medical Imaging Understanding and Analysis conference. 

This could include: 

  • Creating attendee lists 

  • Creating sign-in sheets for registration 

  • Updating information on event platforms or websites 

  • Testing online event platforms 

  • Attending events virtually to register participants/monitor breakout rooms and moderate Q&A sessions 

  • Checking and updating timetables and other arrangements 

  • Setting up participants on a VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) 

  • Editing recordings of presentations 

Abingdon Carbon Cutters Community Action Group - Environmental Protection Research Internship (MIP) 

Abingdon Cuts Plastic’s aim is to work to reduce waste and pollution in Abingdon and neighbouring villages in response to the ecological and climate crisis. If you have an interest in environmental concerns and community enhancement, this micro-internship offers the opportunity for you to research and analyse data on local attitudes, providing valuable reports for ACC and the local council. You will gain insight into environmental  campaigning and the opportunities for local action groups to engage with the council. 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: A Fashion Minute (MIP) 

Defining the crucial activities that happen in the fashion world’s supply chains. To show the scale and activities good bad and ugly in Fashion. Via research we want to identify and share the critical and sometimes shocking data behind the products in the world of apparel, in an easy to read visual that has depth and integrity. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and provide insight to educate and inform 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Brand Level Comparison For Sustainability Of Fashion Brands (MIP) 

Fashion is considered a dirty industry. Some brands are started with supply chains and practices that are as sustainable as possible. Large brands have embedded Supply chains and find change harder. Some are accused of greenwashing as they talk a good talk and have programmes yet the majority of their products are unsustainable. To match our purpose of simplifying sustainability we would like to determine what to assess using first principles (what matters and can’t be divided further).  We want to combine ESG(Environmental, Corporate and Social Governance)  and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) info. Via research we want to identify and share the info with our clients. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and create a table. 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Retail Market Landscape Assessment (MIP) 

To define our size of the prize short, mid and long term a thorough market assessment is required. Via research we need to map the existing retailer landscape to identify the biggest opportunities and the relative size of each. The project would consolidate data across multiple sources and provide insight to inform the selling strategy, pricing and revenue models. 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Uniform Market Research (MIP) 

Alongside fashion there is a whole other world of apparel. We would like to assess the large market of Uniforms. Many are provided by the companies and are made of polyester and nylon making them amongst the worst in terms of sustainability. Defining the types of uniform & their needs & characteristics, (eg Police UK, robust cotton/poly mix - strong) and then sizing the global market. This project will give good information and data as to what markets would have the most impact and be the easiest to change to become more sustainable. Via research we want to identify and share the info with our clients. The project will consolidate data and triangulate from sources, record the sources and create a table. 

CARBON CODES - Digital Marketing Intern (MIP) 

Carbon Codes is revolutionising the food industry, leading the push toward sustainability. Having seen success in the Oxford restaurant scene, signing 15 partners to our platform in a matter of months, the Covid-19 crisis has seen us pivoting toward online partnerships, and we're looking for a new digital marketing officer to join us on our journey! We're currently developing our product 2.0 and are designing an effective relaunch strategy! 
 
Through our platform, we provide a discount scheme aimed at facilitating and incentivising the consumption of environmentally friendly meals— we provide our users with a guide to restaurants with eco-friendly meals as well as sustainable online products, both with discounts. 

Interning at Carbon Codes will give you a chance to be part of an intimate team working on an impactful project. We are a passionate team hailing from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds. 
 
The ideal candidate will be responsible for creating graphic/written marketing content and distributing it effectively. You will help us create a strong brand presence with innovative promotional offerings, online and offline marketing campaigns, and marketing events. You will collaborate with the strategy and executive teams to ensure that your marketing efforts support business growth. 

CARBON CODES - Software Development Intern (MIP) 

Carbon Codes is revolutionising the food industry, leading the push towards sustainability. Having seen success in the Oxford restaurant scene, the COVID-19 crisis has seen us pivoting towards online partnerships, and we’re looking for an enthusiastic programming intern to help us built out the web platform. This role will combine programming responsibilities with the opportunity to shape the way in which users interact with our products. 
 
Possible projects 

  • Researching and integrating email marketing tools 

  • Social media integration throughout the platform 

  • Developing and implementing a feasible gamification strategy to attract and retain users 

Required skills 

  • Good programming experience, with knowledge of Python or similar language 

  • Experience with web development, ideally flask (Python web framework), Javascript, HTML/CSS 

If you have any previous programming projects, please mention these in your cover letter. 

Department of Zoology, University of Oxford - Researcher and Writer Micro-Intern: at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (MIP)

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science is a large and vibrant research group that works at the interface of science and real-world action. 

In this micro-internship you will be embedded within our group and will be able to attend a lab meeting to hear about people's work and interests. Your task will be to produce a blog for the ICCS website (see https://www.iccs.org.uk/content/blogs) or some social media content (maybe a short podcast, a video, or some twitter/instagram content) about the work being done in the group which particularly catches your eye. You will interview people working on a particular theme or initiative, and read some of their papers, policy briefs and other content to inform your assignment. The ICCS comms team will give you some tips, and will also amplify and share your content. 

 In this way you will be able to interact with the researchers within ICCS, explore a theme of interest to you within our research portfolio, understand career opportunities within conservation, practice science communication, and get an output for your CV. 

The internship would suit someone interested in conservation as a career, who would like to know more about what it's like from the inside - whether in academia, an NGO, government, international multi-lateral organisation, or the corporate sector. 

Department of Zoology, University of Oxford - Science Communication Micro-Internship with Conservation Optimism (MIP) 

Conservation Optimism is a global community dedicated to inspiring and empowering people around the world to make a positive difference for nature. We are looking for a motivated student who wishes to help us create new resources about the 2021 Whitley Awards winners for children and teenagers.  

EcoSync - Business Development Consultant (MIP) 

EcoSync is an early-stage start-up company with an MVP and few paying clients (various Oxford colleges and Said). Our value proposition and pricing model is undergoing some changes and we are looking for an experienced individual who could help us adapting our key documents (pitch deck. business plan) to the new value proposition for upcoming fundraising, discussion with investors etc. 

EcoSync Junior Developer – Cloud/API Development (MIP

Ecosync is a spin-off company of the University, developing a retrofitted smart temperature control technology for commercial buildings for carbon footprint reduction. We use various input data to optimise the temperature of empty rooms and make sure they don't waste energy. 

We are looking for 3 interns to work with our back-end and machine learning experts and adapt the existing cloud design and develop new APIs. 

Lightricity Ltd, Marketing Plan Development Intern(MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. The internship is designed to give hands-on developing a marketing plan for a specific product, researching application areas and identifying sectors to promote the product.  
 
As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks needed to define the marketing strategy, including marketing materials and resources, marketing channels and metrics for monitoring impact. 

Lightricity Ltd - Technology Landscape Researcher (MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. 
The internship is designed to give hands-on experience researching the state of the art of technologies and business concepts originating from the wider market. As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks needed to research, screen and summarise technologies and business concepts for informing Lightricity's intellectual property strategy. 

Purcell – Sustainability Researcher: Reducing Carbon Emissions from Historic Buildings (MIP) 

Purcell is a leading architectural practice which specialises in projects in the historic built environment. This micro-internship will help you to investigate and understand the issue of retro-fitting energy-saving measures to historic buildings. 

School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, Research Assistant - Tropical Forest Management (MIP) 

An opportunity to assist in researching and planning new areas of forest management policy for a regional government in West Africa. Ekiti State Forestry Commission is a government body managing the forestry sector in a state in Nigeria. The lead researcher is a Technical Advisor on Forest Management to the Commission and has a broad portfolio including planning forest reserve management, researching potential investors and funders, analysing supply chains and markets, developing capacity and leadership training, and preparing communications tools. The micro-internship would be working on one of these aspects, as the current workload demands, and would be likely part time opportunity spread over 5 days- i.e. mornings for 5  days. 

Streater Research - Business Intelligence Analyst - Energy (MIP) 

Who are we: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks. What differentiates Streater Research is its attention to corporate governance and stewardship issues along with its focus on traditional critical valuation drivers. Streater Research is committed to adhering to the Principles for Service Providers under the UK Stewardship Code and is working towards becoming a signatory to the Code. 

The role: Design and build a Business Intelligence (BI) Excel dashboard 

Using the open data Excel add-in from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, design a BI dashboard in Excel including data visualisation, pulling in and organising specifically requested data so that the updating of the information can be refreshed easily thereafter. Daily guidance from Streater Research will be provided. 

Streater Research - Documentation/Technical Writer: Earth Science/Geology In Nontechnical Language (MIP) 

Who we are: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks.  

The Role: Streater Research would like a document produced that introduces Earth Science / Geology in nontechnical language to use for stakeholder education. The document should include: 

  • Fundamentals of geology including plate tectonics and geological time 

  • Minerals and mineralogy, and ore deposits/reserves including overview of common minerals and elemental associations 

  • Igneous, hydrothermal and sedimentary processes and economic geology 

  • Fundamentals of petroleum geoscience 

  • Natural resources, sustainability and the environment/climate science basics 

Streater Research - Materials Analyst: Battery Materials for the Energy Transition (MIP) 

Who are we?: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks.  

The Role: The energy transition is the megatrend of the century. This has caused excessive hype in some markets. Streater Research would like a Materials Science student to write a report cutting through the hype and focusing on first principles to explain and document which battery materials are most needed in energy storage systems (ESS) and electric vehicles (EV). The report should cover questions such as which battery technologies are in the leading position to become the standard in ESS and EV and if supply fears in metals such as Cobalt and Nickel are likely to be real. The report should outline four possible scenarios of what the future of battery materials could look like. 

Streater Research - Metallurgy Analyst: Pressure Oxidation Report (MIP) 

Who are we: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks. What differentiates Streater Research is its attention to corporate governance and stewardship issues along with its focus on traditional critical valuation drivers. Streater Research is committed to adhering to the Principles for Service Providers under the UK Stewardship Code and is working towards becoming a signatory to the Code. 

The Role: Pressure Oxidation is a process for extracting gold from refractory ore. Streater Research would like a report written explaining how this process works in relatively non-technical language. The report should explain how the process is different from traditional ore treatment and mineral recovery. 

Synergy Global Consulting Ltd - Social Responsibility Consultancy Internship (MIP) 

We are looking for an intern to join our international team to support us on project work or contribute to our research and learning. We want bright, enthusiastic and passionate interns who share our values to join us and bring fresh ideas and new insights to the team. We will tailor the tasks to the match the interests and skill set of the intern, but generally you will work either on projects or doing a piece of research.  

Teach a Child – Africa - Commercial Strategy And Marketing Intern (MIP) 

We would like support in developing the marketing and commercial operations of FairSilk. We would like to develop an overview of the channels through which we could market in the UK, Switzerland & beyond, and specific recommendations for us on how to launch in the UK and to further scale our operations. 

Teach a Child – Africa - Research Assistant: Silk Sustainability Report (MIP) 

We would like to understand more about the sustainability of silk as a commodity. We would like a micro-intern to conduct desk research for us to into the products we source, and potential issues with sustainability including environmental impacts on climate, water, biodiversity and other issues (e.g human rights). 

Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre - Butterfly Distribution Micro-Intern (MIP) 

TVERC has recently received a large amount butterfly records from Butterfly Conservation to add to our own collection. This project involves analysing the distribution of a butterfly species (or group of similar butterfly species) local to Berkshire and Oxfordshire that is either declining or locally rare. You will analyse this against Local Wildlife Sites (LWS) and habitat data across the two counties, to outline which LWS are key to the species, and to suggest potential key areas for these species to be protected/surveyed. It may also be possible to look at distribution over time and determine where species may have shifted in respect to LWS. 
 
Specific tasks: 

  • Analyse butterfly species distribution against TVERC data for Local Wildlife Sites and habitats. 

  • Identify key LWS and habitats within the region for each species and habitat appropriate LWS where more data is needed. 

  • Outline criteria for or potential new LWS in the region based on butterfly distributions. 

  • Investigate distributions over time for a key butterfly species. 

ThredMedia - Community Management & Prospecting Internship (MIP)

The Community Management & Prospecting Intern will help research and create a reliable database of schools globally. Using this information, the intern will, with the guidance of the Community Development Manager, develop an outreach and growth strategy to promote the Thred and the Change Maker Network to students and schools globally.

ThredMedia - Discord Growth Hacking Internship (MIP)

The Discord Growth Hacking intern will grow our Discord server into the main hub for Gen Z to discuss, engage with, and learn about social change issues

ThredMedia – Marketing & Outreach Internship (MIP)

Marketing & Outreach Internship - Journalists intern will:

  • Develop relationships with journalists to write about Thred
  • Using our database, outreach to journalists via email and social media
  • Create email pitch outlining idea for article focusing on three key themes
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Social Change 
    • Generation Z
  • Pitch to journalists to secure features, follow up and manage relationship

ThredMedia - Marketing & Sales Internship - Agencies (MIP)

The Marketing & Sales Internship - Agencies intern will build & develop relationships with key prospects at Marketing/Communication Agencies to secure new business for Thred

ThredMedia - Marketing & Outreach Internship – Influencers  (MIP)

The Marketing & Outreach Internship – Influencers  intern will boost Thred’s social media presence by engaging & collaborating with influencers and activists who share the same values as Thred.

How To:

  • Using our database, begin outreach to influencers via email and social media 
  • Identify strategies enabling Thred to collaborate with relevant influencers
  • Create email/dm pitch outlining idea for collaboration

ThredMedia  Marketing & Sales Internship – Companies/Brands (MIP)

The Marketing & Sales Internship – Companies/Brands  intern will Build & develop relationships with key prospects at Companies/Brands to secure new business for Thred.

  • Help develop sales and marketing plan 
  • Create email pitch outlining benefits of Thred’s services and our USP, including a request for a call
  • Using our database, begin outreach to relevant leads via email 
  • Keep internal database updated with relevant contact info, progress and secured calls 

ThredMedia - Community Management & Growth Hacking Internship (MIP)

The Community Management & Growth Hacking will recruit Ambassadors & Remote Writers using Thred’s existing network of contacts, and

  • Research Thred’s existing network of contacts to create a list of leads to sign up as Ambassadors for the Change Maker Network
  • Create email pitch outlining role and benefits of becoming an Ambassador/Remote Writer
  • Follow up and manage relationship with individuals, keeping Community Development Manager updated on progress

ThredMedia - Cross Platform Social Media Video Content Creation Intern (MIP)

Cross Platform Social Media Video Content Creation Intern will film and produce media content to promote Thred articles and YT videos.

  • Using our social and YouTube videos as a guide, story-board ideas for video content based on existing Thred articles of your choice 
  • Film footage of yourself/team that can later be used by the Head of Production and design to produce content for Instagram tiles, stories, IGTV, TikTok and YouTube
  • Work with the Head of Production and Design to produce videos using Lumen5 software

Measuring Success:

  • Published videos across our social media channel.

Y.O.U Underwear - Digital Sustainability Strategist - Sustainable Fashion (MIP) 

Y.O.U Underwear is an e-commerce business that operates 100% online (we sell all our products through our website and we also operate entirely remotely). As part of our broader commitment to being an ethical and sustainable business, we’re keen to minimise the impact of our digital activities, by making improvements to our website and workflows. This project involves researching options and providing practical recommendations for us to improve our activities and minimise our environmental impact. 

Y.O.U Underwear - Net Zero Strategy Developer - Sustainable Fashion (MIP) 

This project involves researching and providing recommendations to Y.O.U Underwear on how to become carbon neutral. Y.O.U Underwear is committed to minimising our impact on the environment, and we already have a range of policies in place to maximise our sustainability. This includes using recyclable and biodegradable materials and organic cotton - which is much better for the environment than conventional cotton. We’ve also planted trees in the past in partnership with two different organisations, over specific campaigns. We’re keen to develop our commitment even further to include being carbon neutral. This project includes researching this area, identifying suitable partners and industry examples, and providing practical recommendations for us that take into account the financial constraints on a small business. 

 

INIA Biosciences  - CathVision Product Design Micro-Internship (MIP) 

INIA Biosciences is a development stage startup offering proprietary a electroceutical wearable device to improve organ rejection monitoring and treatment. INIA’s use of ultrasound stimulation for immune modulation is non-invasive, personalized, and applicable to a range of immune-related disorders 
 
The student will be tasked to understand the business and will be asked to develop a few different 3D models of a device. Cathvision Proficiency, Photoshop and/or adobe. Student need to have access to some sort of 3D model software.

BlondeMoney - Analyst Micro-Intern (MIP) 

BlondeMoney is an independent financial service firm which provides sensible commentary on politics, macroeconomics and finance. We aim to provide in-depth analysis from the world markets alongside our concise and informed opinion pieces. This Analyst role is to work alongside our CEO to contribute to the growth of BlondeMoney, focusing on news updates for clients, assisting with research, attending meetings and more. This is an opportunity for exposure to both financial markets and the world of politics (a rare combination!). 

School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, Research Assistant - Tropical Forest Management (MIP) 

An opportunity to assist in researching and planning new areas of forest management policy for a regional government in West Africa. Ekiti State Forestry Commission is a government body managing the forestry sector in a state in Nigeria. The lead researcher is a Technical Advisor on Forest Management to the Commission and has a broad portfolio including planning forest reserve management, researching potential investors and funders, analysing supply chains and markets, developing capacity and leadership training, and preparing communications tools. The micro-internship would be working on one of these aspects, as the current workload demands, and would be likely part time opportunity spread over 5 days- i.e. mornings for 5  days. 

Avalis - Communications & Marketing Intern (MIP)

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to produce a complete communications & marketing campaign in either social media, PR, or video marketing. Your campaign will be used to make a lasting impact on disability employment. 

Avalis - Business Operations Intern (MIP) 

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to analyse our operations and strategy and make recommendations. Your campaign will be used to increase our social impact in disability employment. As a start-up, it’s important that we continuously improve our operating procedures to ensure we are running as effectively and efficiently as possible. Through this micro-internship, you will work with the team on pivotal operational tasks and framework. 

Patchwork Hub - Research and Creative Content Executive Internship (MIP)       

The successful intern will mainly be working on an exciting project supporting our startup team in building our resource hub, training opportunities and blog for those people with unique personal circumstances who are looking for work, training and support. The applicant will gain great hands-on experience, working in a small team of a dynamic and rapidly growing startup/social enterprise at its early stages. 

They will be given expert, in-house training from our Head of Marketing and CEO before strategising, creating and implementing their own content for the site. There are lots of different areas to get involved in but one of the main areas of the project, the intern(s) will be working on researching and writing our Help and Support Centre to assist businesses and Patchworkers to get the most out of our site. The intern will develop their research, copywriting and marketing skills and learn the tools and importance of creating accessible communications which they can carry forward in all areas of their work. 
 
The applicant will gain valuable hands-on experience in industry-leading digital marketing strategy and operations while working very closely with senior leadership. The position will offer the intern the chance to be a valued team member of a highly-skilled, dynamic and rapidly growing startup and social enterprise at its early stages. 

Boys in Mind – Mental Health Communications and Outreach Intern (MIP) 

This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to make real change and gain experience working in the field of mental health, the charity sector, or in communications and outreach. Your work with us will be instrumental in the growth and development of this unique strategy. 

Generation Medics  -  Business Development Internship (MIP) 

The multi-award-winning non-profit Generation Medics is offering students the chance to use their analytical, problem-solving and project-management skills in the real-world. You'll make a real impact on our organisation and the young people who we serve. Our flexible internship is built around your strengths and interests so you can develop skills and experiences for your future career. 

Horatio’s Garden Charity - Research into evaluation tools for arts therapy interventions (MIP) 

Following patient and staff feedback we are expanding our creative arts programme across the projects to include a regular programme of art, crafts, music, performing arts. singing, poetry and story telling. To support funding applications we are looking for an intern who can dedicate time to doing a literature search on the ways of evaluating the impact of creative arts on wellbeing and rehabilitation. We are looking for a student to join us to help to research suitable evaluation methods. 

Your research will be used to create a method of evaluation to gather patients’ feedback, enabling the charity to monitor and improve its arts programme across all Horatio’s Gardens. 

Horatio’s Garden Charity - Researching evidence base for arts therapy in rehabilitation (MIP) 

Following patient and staff feedback we are expanding our creative arts programme across the projects to include a regular programme of art, crafts, music, performing arts. singing, poetry and story telling. To support funding applications we are looking for an intern who can dedicate time to doing a literature search on the impact of creative arts on wellbeing and rehabilitation. We are looking for a student to join us to help investigate the evidence base for arts therapy in hospital settings, particularly in the field of rehabilitation. 

The results of the research will be used by the charity to promote the case for support of the arts programme as well as engaging the clinicians in the programme. Your research will be used to influence the arts programme across all Horatio's Gardens and in applications to funders. 

INIA Biosciences  - Creativity And Brand Positioning Micro-Internship (MIP) 

The student will work on the branding strategy of the company. At the end of the 5 days, a well-prepared PowerPoint presenting the audience, brand name, brand values, brand personality, positioning, and next steps will be developed. Furthermore, the students will work on a few examples of logo, trademarking, and slogan developments, including colors and presentation templates. 

INIA Biosciences  - Immunology Literature Researcher (MIP) 

INIA Biosciences is a development stage startup offering proprietary a electroceutical wearable device to improve organ rejection monitoring and treatment. INIA’s use of ultrasound stimulation for immune modulation is non-invasive, personalized, and applicable to a range of immune-related disorders. Conduct extensive online research on basic immunology and transplant biology. By the end of the internship, the student will be required to generate a short report, present a 20 min oral presentation with slides, and create an infographic to highlight the important pathways in organ rejection and how INIA can impact this pathway. 

INIA Biosciences  - Market Research Assistant for Medical Device Company (MIP) 

INIA Biosciences is a development stage startup offering proprietary a electroceutical wearable device to improve organ rejection monitoring and treatment. INIA’s use of ultrasound stimulation for immune modulation is non-invasive, personalized, and applicable to a range of immune-related disorders. 

The student will be expected to dive deeply into the market of electroceuticals and immunomodulatory drugs. At the end of the internship, the student will be expected to generate a short report (in PPT or Word document format) on the marketing landscape and provide an analysis of the potential competitors of INIA Biosciences.  

INIA Biosciences - Medical Researcher and Interviewer (MIP) 

The student will be tasked to speak to transplant clinics and hospitals to gain insight on the transplantation process and patient experience. The student will develop a standardized questionnaire, create a list of clinics, physicians, and hospitals in the UK and the US, and speak to clinicians to understand their needs and new opportunities. The student will after training be expected to be proactive and reach the clinics and physicians by email or other creative ways. 

Oxfordshire Recovery College - Research and Data Analysis Internship (MIP)

Oxfordshire Recovery College takes an educational approach to managing mental health, delivering free courses on mental health topics, co-produced with people with lived experience. This internship offers the opportunity to be the first to look at our data, analyse it and create a report based on the interns' own ideas. Our interns will make a real difference to making our mental health service the best it can be. 

Reset Your Health - RYH Marketing Strategy and Product Development Intern (MIP) 

Reset Your Health is a start-up aimed at improving mental and physical health by empowering people to improve their diet by supporting the growth of gut bacteria. There is an increasing appreciation of how important the abundance and diversity of gut bacteria is to our mental and physical health and Reset Your Health aims to help make breaking bad habits and establishing healthy ones as painless as possible as well as making it easy to use their diet to deal with chronic health conditions. You could assist our small start-up by: 

Working on our marketing strategy 
Researching potential grants we may be eligible for and apply for them 
Writing information pages for the website 
Photographing dishes for the website 
Creating content for our new online course platform 
Liaising to clients, potential clients and other industry professionals 
Developing, testing and uploading recipes for our online platform 

Seracares Limited - Funding and Healthtech Associate (MIP)

Seracares is developing a ground-breaking technology to help workers in the care home and at-home care sectors.  We are currently seeking funding to build out the proposition and are seeking an enthusiastic and committed individual to help deliver on our funding goals. The role will see the individual working alongside the directors and senior advisors in developing funding requests and grant proposals for this high-impact innovation in the healthcare sector.

University of Oxford, BioEscalator - Biotech Marketing And Media Internship (MIP) 

The BioEscalator is Oxford University’s biotech incubator located in the heart of the medical sciences campus. It provides laboratory space and entrepreneurial support for high growth start-ups. Through this internship, you will help to communicate with our many stakeholders and showcase our entrepreneurial community. This is an exciting opportunity for someone interested in producing high quality content for social media and other media channels and provides the chance to interact with innovators at the cutting edge of biotech and healthcare. 

VANN - Digital Health Industry Research Internship (MIP)

VANN is a highly innovative digital health start-up incubated at Oxford University Innovation and founded by an Oxford alumna. We are developing a digital platform for cancer patients and clinicians to track vital information and the mental health state of patients in between their treatment cycles and are collecting highly valuable real-world evidence for cancer research and drug discovery. 

Within the scope of this internship, you will conduct desk research related to medical side of our work, data collection and data management and will develop marketing materials. The results of your work will be used for further development and promotion of our company and products, and design of our strategy.

Davron Translations – Translation Intern (MIP) 

Davron Translations is a full-service, legal marketing translation company with offices in Paris and London. With over 10 years' experience helping individuals and organisations with their translation needs, a micro-internship within our company will provide you with excellent insight into the industry, as you improve both your translation, and general French language skills. You will translate a variety of documents, mainly from French into English, and occasionally from English into French. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn more about this area and make real contributions through working on current projects. 

Harris Kyriakides LLC - Paralegal Micro-Internship With Harris Kyriakides LLC (MIP)  

Harris Kyriakides LLC is a leading law firm based in Larnaca, Cyprus. Established since 1976, it is widely acknowledged and nationally recognised as being in the top tier of law firms in Cyprus. The firm operates on a departmental basis, covering nearly all aspects of legal practice and maintaining specialised lawyers, advocates and legal consultants in their own expertise. The firm provides advice and guidance regarding legal, financial, and taxation issues and it maintains expertise and experience to facilitate the implementation of business projects according to custom commercial needs. The firm has consistently advised national and multinational corporations, financial institutions, and governmental organisations and it maintains leading clients from several industries and business sectors, including banking, insurance, real estate, telecommunications, shipping, oil, construction, motor, tourism and leisure, advertising, and other. The firm has also been profoundly involved in litigation practice and dispute resolution. The firm insists on the highest standards and aspires to provide excellent service and representation each and every time. Our culture is to constantly challenge ourselves and maintain a high-performance environment in order to successfully respond to our clients' diverse needs. 
 
A project will be assigned to the students, which they will have to deliver through legal research. 

Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation - Research Internship on Contested Histories In Public Spaces (MIP) 

The Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) works with educational and public policy institutions to organize and sponsor historical discourse in pursuit of acknowledgement and the resolution of historical disputes in divided communities and societies. We are seeking a micro-intern with solid research and strong writing skills to assist with a global study on contested histories in public spaces. 

OMMTech - Legal Support Assistant (MIP) 

To generate legal documents for corporate business development.  

We are an early stage developing start-up collaborating with partners and also rapidly developing, which means constructing and establishing a wide range of diverse tasks. Interns will work directly with and report to the CEO. 

Generating various types of legal documents for corporate business development. This includes: 

  1. Job description documentations for company’s staff 

  1. Contracts with employees and company’s team 

  1. Shareholder’s agreements 

  1. Contracts with partnerless and collaborators 

  1. Terms and conditions documentations for clients 

The intern work with closely the in house legal support.  

White & Black Limited - De-Regulation Researcher - Micro-Internship (MIP)  

We are looking for two interns to work together to consider the question of de-regulation as a business model for product and service lines within the law (background paper will provide context). We would like you to spend the week researching the costs and opportunities of this business model and produce a report weighing up the overall benefits against the potential drawbacks. 

 

Cocoa Runners - Shipping Analyst (MIP) 

Do you want to work for a start-up focused on sustainability and chocolate? Cocoa Runners is looking to hire a student who can assist in the analysis and optimisation of its shipping logistics, both from and to our warehouse in Devon. 

MarQuest Limited - Warehouse Efficiency Micro-Internship 

This Micro-Internship project is focused on re-sorting and/or redistributing warehouse picklists to maximise efficiency by way of optimising routes taken by warehouse operatives. The project will be an opportunity to contribute to the technical development of retail and wholesale industry operations. 

Avalis - Communications & Marketing Intern (MIP)

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to produce a complete communications & marketing campaign in either social media, PR, or video marketing. Your campaign will be used to make a lasting impact on disability employment. 

Avalis - Business Operations Intern (MIP) 

Avalis opens career access for disabled people who face systemic barriers to entering the professional world. We want you to analyse our operations and strategy and make recommendations. Your campaign will be used to increase our social impact in disability employment. As a start-up, it’s important that we continuously improve our operating procedures to ensure we are running as effectively and efficiently as possible. Through this micro-internship, you will work with the team on pivotal operational tasks and framework. 

CARBON CODES - Software Development Intern (MIP) 

Carbon Codes is revolutionising the food industry, leading the push towards sustainability. Having seen success in the Oxford restaurant scene, the COVID-19 crisis has seen us pivoting towards online partnerships, and we’re looking for an enthusiastic programming intern to help us built out the web platform. This role will combine programming responsibilities with the opportunity to shape the way in which users interact with our products. 
 
Possible projects 

  • Researching and integrating email marketing tools 

  • Social media integration throughout the platform 

  • Developing and implementing a feasible gamification strategy to attract and retain users 

Required skills 

  • Good programming experience, with knowledge of Python or similar language 

  • Experience with web development, ideally flask (Python web framework), Javascript, HTML/CSS 

If you have any previous programming projects, please mention these in your cover letter. 

Generation Medics  -  Business Development Internship (MIP) 

The multi-award-winning non-profit Generation Medics is offering students the chance to use their analytical, problem-solving and project-management skills in the real-world. You'll make a real impact on our organisation and the young people who we serve. Our flexible internship is built around your strengths and interests so you can develop skills and experiences for your future career. 

i2i app – Business And Entrepreneurship Assistant (MIP) 

i2i is a recently launched profit with purpose tech-for-good app helping university students connect and collaborate across campuses. Its main purpose is to enable life-long friendships for British students and international students in a supportive social learning community. 

It was founded by Julia Macmillan, Oxford Alumna and a pilot will be starting in the summer term at her old college, St Anne’s.  The app was built with the help of UCL students who did the design and LSE students who came up with the social bubble feature in a series of design-thinking workshops. 
 
The business assistant micro-internship would appeal to economics or management students with a keen interest in startups and entrepreneurship. We are exploring alternative business models to the overused ad-based ones. 

Streater Research - Business Intelligence Analyst – Economic Data (MIP) 

Who are we: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisationstocks.What differentiates Streater Research is its attention to corporate governance and stewardship issues along with its focus on traditional critical valuation drivers. Streater Research is committed to adhering to the Principles for Service Providers under the UK Stewardship Code and is working towards becoming a signatory to the Code. 
 
The role: Design and build a Business Intelligence (BI) Excel dashboard for Economic Data Using the open data Excel add-in from the U.S. Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) database, design a BI dashboard in Excel including data visualisation, pulling in and organising specifically requested data so that the updating of the information can be refreshed easily thereafter. Daily guidance from Streater Research will be provided. 

Streater Research - Business Intelligence Analyst - Energy (MIP) 

Who are we: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks. What differentiates Streater Research is its attention to corporate governance and stewardship issues along with its focus on traditional critical valuation drivers. Streater Research is committed to adhering to the Principles for Service Providers under the UK Stewardship Code and is working towards becoming a signatory to the Code. 

The role: Design and build a Business Intelligence (BI) Excel dashboard 

Using the open data Excel add-in from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, design a BI dashboard in Excel including data visualisation, pulling in and organising specifically requested data so that the updating of the information can be refreshed easily thereafter. Daily guidance from Streater Research will be provided. 

Streater Research - ESG Analyst: Corporate Governance in the FTSE 100 (MIP

Who are we: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks. What differentiates Streater Research is its attention to corporate governance and stewardship issues along with its focus on traditional critical valuation drivers. Streater Research is committed to adhering to the Principles for Service Providers under the UK Stewardship Code and is working towards becoming a signatory to the Code. 
 

The Role: With input from the founder of Streater Research, the intern will select a range of FTSE 100 companies and assess in a written report their performances relative to the UK Corporate Governance Code, based on corporate governance reporting from the respective companies. 

The UK Corporate Governance Code has 18 principles and 41 provisions across five areas: 

  1. Board Leadership and Company Purpose 

  1. Division of Responsibilities 

  1. Composition, Succession and Evaluation 

  1. Audit, Risk, and Internal Control 

  1. Remuneration 

The aim of the report is to highlight those companies that do not adhere to the very best standards of corporate governance and ascertain the reasons why. 

SZ Greenfields - Business Development (non-legal) Internship (MIP) 

SZ Greenfields is developing an incubator for new business ideas and is offering a one-week non-legal work experience placement for an ambitious undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate to assist with research and development. 

The Overseas Teacher (ADM Computing LTD) - Education Project Management Assistant (MIP) 

Interns will work with a department manager to accomplish one of their Key Results in a week, under their guidance. (Applicants must specify which of the four projects they are interested in working on) 
 
1 x IT: Will involve helping to set up an ergonomic data collection portal for collecting visa paperwork.  
1 x -Marketing: Will involve designing and executing a social media event.  
1 x Educational Pedagogy: Will involve working together with QA and the teacher managers to run a teacher training guide review. 
1 x Admin and management: Will involve working together with the project management team to build a management process for an established or new program. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment, Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Financial Geographies and Histories (MIP) 

 The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. The Atlas will bring the complex and abstract world of finance down to earth, showing how place-specific histories, laws, regulations and institutions influence finance; how finance relates to the processes of innovation, globalisation, and environmental change; and how finance plays a key part in drawing the landscape of uneven development, inequality and instability. You will be supervised directly by Professor Dariusz Wójcik to focus on Finacial Geographies and History.

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas Of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Sustainable Finance (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. The Atlas will bring the complex and abstract world of finance down to earth, showing how place-specific histories, laws, regulations and institutions influence finance; how finance relates to the processes of innovation, globalisation, and environmental change; and how finance plays a key part in drawing the landscape of uneven development, inequality and instability.  You will be supervised directly by Dr Michael Urban and focus on Sustainable Finance. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Data Science Micro-Internship - Atlas of Finance (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. Your research for the Atlas may include: 

  • Developing ideas for data visualisation covering financial technology (FinTech), stock exchanges, capital markets, investment banking, financial and economic statistics 

  • Obtaining quantitative and qualitative data from databases, websites, corporate reports and other sources 

  • Compiling, processing, cleaning and verifying data 

  • Building bespoke datasets combining multiple data sources 

  • Produce summary statistics 

  • Plotting various types of charts and diagrams 

  • Developing ideas for ways in which data could be visualised in the Atlas in the form of maps, chord diagrams, network visualisations, treemaps, bubble charts etc 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Banking and Contemporary Challenges (MIP) 

Part of the Atlas is dedicated to the analysis of banking, with focus on large banks. Beyond their original role of receiving deposits and granting loans, these banks have grown to a size that makes them important for national and global economic growth and stability. This is why these banks are often labelled as too-big-to-fail. Paradoxically, despite the critique many of them received in the 2008 global financial crisis, they are still as big and influential. On the other hand, the rise of financial technology (FinTech) and contemporary geo-political challenges, such as Brexit, pose fresh challenges for these institutions. Through this micro-internship you will contribute to the collection of data for large banks registered in the developed and developing world, with particular focus in the US, Europe and Latin America. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data for the world’s largest banks, with particular focus on the US, Europe and Latin America; 
  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets; 
  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

At the end of the internship, you will have produced a package of data to be used in a spread or a group of spreads of the Atlas of Finance, the first ever publication of this kind in the world. Your name will be mentioned in the Atlas to personally acknowledge your contribution. You will gain insight into the workings of a major research project and the process of producing a unique publication. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: International Financial Centres and FinTech (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data on the geographies of finance, with a focus on international financial centres and financial technology (FinTech) 

  • Searching online databases, corporate and research organisation websites, and other sources of information 

  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets 

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Finance and Development (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

Your research for the Atlas will cover: 

  • Looking for quantitative and qualitative data on the impacts of financialisation on economic development and the geographical distribution of finance in the developing world. 

  • Searching online databases, corporate and research organisation websites, and other sources of information. 

  • Compiling data into lists and spreadsheets. 

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Finance and Economic Transformation (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. You reach will cover: 

  • Quantitative and qualitative approaches to how finance has transformed the global economy.  

  • Taking on an open-ended research project in which you can develop your skills and knowledge.  

  • Learning and applying research skills from data science to archival research.  

  • Making us of a variety of data sources, from corporate reports and official statistics to satellite imagery and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.  

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Spatial Data Science, Finance and Cities (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that comprehensively maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation of finance-related data, trends, relationships and concepts. It will consist of approximately 80 two-page spreads, each containing visualisations and a short text. Examples include visualisations of the global network of financial centres, cryptocurrency markets and associated infrastructures, or the development of green finance. The Atlas will be published as a book by Yale University Press in 2022. It is part of the broader research project ‘Cities in Global Financial Networks: Financial and Business Services and Development in the 21st Century’, funded by the European Research Council, led by Professor Dariusz Wójcik and a team of researchers based at the School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University.  
 
Your research for the Atlas will cover:  

  • Quantitative and qualitative approaches to analyze how finance has connected cities & transformed urban spaces around the world, across the Global North & the Global South. 

  • Searching, compiling & combining databases to map the spatial structures of finance from the street to the world city networks (using corporate reports, official statistics, social networks etc). 

  • Learning and applying research skills in spatial data science (mapping, spatial analysis etc.)  

  • Thinking of ways in which data could be used in the Atlas in the form of maps, graphs and other visualisations.  

  • Write small reports on specific topics. 

  • Potential topics: mapping corporate landlords in US & European cities; racial capitalism, cities & the subprime crisis; spatial impact of Brexit; urban networks & development banks; finance & art centers; financial investments & sporting events; the urban-rural networks of micro-finance; the urban connection of offshore companies etc. 

You will be supervised directly by Dr Julien Migozzi, but you may also interact with other ERC project team members.  

Bimble - Writer and Content Creator (MIP) 

We are offering micro-internships for students who are interested in the startup world. Bimble is the app for great, little places. We're new and growing fast and our mission is to become THE app for collecting, celebrating, sharing and keeping the bras, restaurants, coffee shops, parks, indie shops, museums and clubs you love, all over the world. 
Bimble is a lifestyle and travel app, based in Oxford. We are looking for students to join us to work on viral marketing campaigns and social media content creation. We're a very small team and your contribution will make a real difference to us.You'll need to come up with ideas, create engaging content and spread the word. We want people who love to be creative: write, take photos, film, create games. 
 
Please note, as part of the Micro-Internship, you will be required to create an account on Bimble in order to carry out the writing and content creator role. 

BizGees - Content Creator Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Who we are: BizGees is an innovation driven social enterprise using alternative finance for financial inclusion dedicated to improving refugees’ access to the financial tools they need to succeed. They are a born global finTech startup supporting different refugee communities Each community has a bespoke financial solution custom designed for its unique needs. BizGees is the winner of the Infosys Challenge for Financial Inclusion at the UNICEF FinTech Jam for Good and more recently challenge winners at EU v. Virus Hack 2020. They transform refugees into entrepreneurs using the latest developments in finTech like crypto currency, augmented reality and crowd funding. BizGees generate bespoke financial services meeting the unique needs of the refugee communities they support. In addition to their interest-free microfinance offerings, BizGees focuses on jobs and wealth creation in the refugee communities it supports 

What you will do: We are looking to grow our brand among Gen Z shoppers.  This mean Instagram and Tik Tok marketing.  We promote local artists, who share their earning with the post conflict communities we support. We are looking for students to work with us on this. 

BizGees - Journalist Assistant (MIP) 

Who we are? BizGees is an innovation driven social enterprise using alternative finance for financial inclusion dedicated to improving refugees’ access to the financial tools they need to succeed. They are a born global finTech startup supporting different refugee communities Each community has a bespoke financial solution custom designed for its unique needs. BizGees is the winner of the Infosys Challenge for Financial Inclusion at the UNICEF FinTech Jam for Good and more recently challenge winners at EU v. Virus Hack 2020. . They transform refugees into entrepreneurs using the latest developments in finTech like crypto currency, augmented reality and crowd funding. BizGees generate bespoke financial services meeting the unique needs of the refugee communities they support. In addition to their interest-free microfinance offerings, BizGees focuses on jobs and wealth creation in the refugee communities it supports 

What you will do? - We are working on a project making refugee stories more accessible to the general public.  We find the general public has an interest in learning more the actual refugee experience, however find it difficult to find content in the mainstream.  Our project is a solution to this.  We are working with a Forbes contributor on this project.  

CARBON CODES - Digital Marketing Intern (MIP) 

Carbon Codes is revolutionising the food industry, leading the push toward sustainability. Having seen success in the Oxford restaurant scene, signing 15 partners to our platform in a matter of months, the Covid-19 crisis has seen us pivoting toward online partnerships, and we're looking for a new digital marketing officer to join us on our journey! We're currently developing our product 2.0 and are designing an effective relaunch strategy! 
 
Through our platform, we provide a discount scheme aimed at facilitating and incentivising the consumption of environmentally friendly meals— we provide our users with a guide to restaurants with eco-friendly meals as well as sustainable online products, both with discounts. 

Interning at Carbon Codes will give you a chance to be part of an intimate team working on an impactful project. We are a passionate team hailing from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds. 
 
The ideal candidate will be responsible for creating graphic/written marketing content and distributing it effectively. You will help us create a strong brand presence with innovative promotional offerings, online and offline marketing campaigns, and marketing events. You will collaborate with the strategy and executive teams to ensure that your marketing efforts support business growth. 

Central 23 – Lifestyle Brand Consultant Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Central 23, a lifestyle business, has become the largest supplier of stationary to Urban Outfitters (Europe) and sells a range of accessories to various retailers including ASOS, Topshop and Boohoo. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative micro-interns to join our fun team to help with PR, social media collaborations and editorial content. You will be raising brand awareness though various marketing activities, building relationships with journalists and driving the growth of the business. This is a fantastic opportunity for insight into a young London business (though we are currently working remotely!). 

Cocoa Runners - Content Writer (MIP) 

Do you want to work for a start-up focused on sustainability and chocolate? Cocoa Runners is looking to hire for a range of micro-internships focused on researching and writing articles on their website and social media platforms. 

DataEthics4All - Research Writer (MIP) 

DataEthics4All is recruiting exceptional Research writers to take complex swathes of information and explain it in succinct layperson language, to conduct extensive literature reviews, and summarize information in compelling long-form or short-form articles. We are looking for writers who are adept at researching, organizing, analyzing, and explaining data in simple, clear, and concise forms. 

DataEthics4All - PR and Outreach Intern (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.   

We are looking for an intern who will help promote our brand message and carry our organization, mission, and values to the world! You are someone who believes that Ethics is more than a subject that exists in Academia, and are an individual who is driven to increase the general public awareness of  AI Data Ethics, Inclusion in our everyday lives, i.e. in our culture, in policy-making, in the technology landscape.  

You are proactive with project planning, well organized, and can support the coordination of our PR projects effectively. You are an outstanding communicator, can confidently speak with and listen to people from all walks of life; you are a PR and media whizz, professional in your approach and can effectively coordinate, liaise, negotiate, and work with others (staff, volunteers, media and the public) to achieve our goals. You have the ability to accurately collate and analyze qualitative data from various sources, representing views shared without judgment or bias to produce insight to inform our marketing strategy. 

DataEthics4All - Micro-Marketer (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.  

DataEthics4All is recruiting marketing interns who have a passion for promoting and growing the reach of a cause such as DataEthics4All. We are searching for marketers who have experience conducting market research and creating eye-catching promotional digital content to drive traffic and engagement to the website and respective programs. 

DataEthics4All - Content Writer/Editor (MIP) 

DataEthics4All is offering a micro-internship to talented Content Writer/Editors who can create compelling blog posts, articles, curated summaries, white papers, project/program descriptions, social media content, and research summaries! We’re looking for someone who will help us expand our digital footprint, enlarge our global visibility, and drive more value through online content in the areas of Data Ethics, AI Ethics, Privacy, and Policy in AI from a business as well as a consumer perspective. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of producing pieces that increase engagement, should be able to create buzz around our existing programs, highlight our future goals and drive leads.  

This position requires a high level of creativity, as well as the ability to use data-driven insights to write engaging, empowering material that is both advocacies-focused and impactful. The successful candidate should also be detail-oriented, aware of the topic areas, and committed to meeting tight deadlines. Preference will be given to those with a strong writing portfolio, and relevant work experience. 

Department of Zoology, University of Oxford Science Communication Micro-Internship with Conservation Optimism (MIP) 

Conservation Optimism is a global community dedicated to inspiring and empowering people around the world to make a positive difference for nature. We are looking for a motivated student who wishes to help us create new resources about the 2021 Whitley Awards winners for children and teenagers.  

Dinosaur Books Ltd - Editorial Assistant, Book Publishing (Children's Fiction) (MIP) 

Dinosaur Books Ltd is a small publishing company specialising in producing chapter books (ie not picture books) for children aged 5 - 12. We have a small team of two and work with a network of freelancers and publishing company agencies. An internship with DBL would be likely to involve working on several different projects. 

This is an editorial assistant role to help with all aspects of publishing including research, marketing and editorial development. 

ECorporate Ltd - Gaming and Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

As an EdTech company we offer a digital platform for online tutoring, specifically for 11plus exam (entrance into grammar schools). We are currently in the process of developing a ‘brain game’ which can be used as part of our digital platform.  We require a student who is interested in game development with a focus on analytical games. During the Gaming and Content Development internship, you will be exposed to the world of content creation and game development by: 

Review our content strategy for a 'brain game' developed by us for encouraging reading, maths and analytical skills in school-children. 

Help us develop concepts for more games in the future 

Everything with Words – Fiction Editor (MIP) 

This micro-internship gives you an opportunity to work with an editor of a small indie publisher of literary fiction for children and adults. You'll be involved in all aspects of publishing: looking at submissions, working with authors on books coming out this Autumn and editing. An opportunity to become familiar with key aspects of publishing, including editing, publicity and marketing. As we are a small indie publisher, you will be able to explore all aspects of publishing and gain first-hand knowledge of the journey a book makes from acceptance to publication. We aim to publish literary but accessible fiction. 

 

Four Crowns – Art Research And Creative Writing Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Four Crowns is an artists’ studio that produces diverse collections in bronze and scagliola. Scagliola is an ancient artistic medium with a long history that uses pigment and plaster to mirror rare marbles. Our work rethinks and recasts motifs from the ancient world, with additional influence drawn from Clérisseau, Piranesi and the Renaissance emblem tradition. 
 
We are seeking competent writers to help expand our online literature with thoroughly-researched articles and artist interviews. The focus of the articles will be on the history of scagliola craftsmanship and our innovation in this field, whereas the interviews will give insight into the production process. 
 
In summary, the duties for this role are not limited to, but include: 

  • Discussing article/interview topics with management and deciding on an approach; 

  • Researching the agreed topic and relaying your ideas to us in the form of a plan; 

  • Presenting your final draft in an article workshop with the senior management; 

  • Producing a final piece of creative writing (c.500-1000 words depending on subject) for publishing on our website; 

  • Planning and executing an interview with our in-house artist for online publication. 

Gibson Square Books – Publishing Assistant (MIP) 

We are a publishing company, publishing upmarket non-fiction and fiction for the general reader. Our authors include Alexander Litvinenko, John McCain and Professor John Ashton, long-listed for the Orwell Prize. 
 
The micro-internships might cover these specific projects and skills: 

Editorial tasks as they are distinguished in book publishing: structural editing, copy-editing, proofreading. How publicity as the engine room of publishing is separate from editing and its connection to book covers. Occasionally, there is work with authors or on global rights. Each task will be connected to a single book and cover five days. 
 
It will most suit applicants with a demonstrable interest in book publishing, i.e. evidence of them having already taken a first step in gaining skills in publishing, or know which specific skill set they want to cover in an internship. Less is more. It is suggested that applicants identify the publishing skill or practice they are most interested in and give an example of any experience they have with it or that closely relates to it in one or two lines. Interns will be included in the daily tasks and projects in a publishing company such as they come up. It may vary from editorial to publicity, rights or marketing or sales. Please note that on this occasion, this placement should not be seen as an introduction to publishing, and not all these areas may be covered. 

 

Inside the Box Publishing - Game Development Intern (MIP) 

We design and publish tabletop game projects, pouring our varied interests and experience into every one. We produce games across a wide range of genres and a variety of immersive, unusual themes, from cave exploration to dystopian rebellion. Check out what games we develop on our website (http://itbboardgames.com/#Games)  

The Games Development micro-internship at Inside the Box Board Games has been running for over 3 years, with several micro interns going on to fully paid professional summer placements, with our senior developer, one of the first alumni of the process.  Games Development Interns will get a taste of what working for an indie tabletop games design studio is like, testing out, iterating on and investigating a range of games projects we're working on right now, at the cutting edge of creative design. We're looking for the next generation of tabletop games developers - is that you? Spend a week Inside the Box testing, developing and progressing a range of complex design projects. We're looking for creative, organised, motivated people.

 

Lantana Publishing - Marketing Intern in Children's Publishing  (MIP)

Lantana is an award-winning social enterprise giving Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) authors and illustrators a platform to publish.  

At Lantana we’re interested in exploring what makes communities inclusive in the widest possible sense, with a focus on diversity, social equality and environmental sustainability. We also champion innovation in publishing and are passionate about finding ways in which the publishing industry can help guide young children towards their brightest possible futures. 

We are looking for a marketing intern who will, among other things, help us develop cooperative and positive relationships with influencers, bloggers, and organisations who promote our books, and our target markets. This will involve out-of-the-box thinking for innovative marketing and publicity campaigns that will reach new readers, as well as regular social media engagement. 

LitHits Ltd - Digital Reading Project Assistant (MIP) 

LitHits is an exciting new digital reading company that is dedicated to breaking down barriers people often experience to engaging with literature.  Some of these barriers include not having enough time to read, not knowing what to read, feeling overwhelmed by too much to choose from, or feeling intimidated by the perceived difficulty of some literature.  We are exploring ways to overcome these barriers to the enjoyment of reading literature by allowing users to engage directly with curated chunks of text on their mobile devices.  

LitHits is an innovative business that has social enterprise values at its core.  One of the first spin-outs from the Faculty of English at Oxford, LitHits was founded by academics and consists of a small, close-knit team whose other members are its Director of Curation and its Product Developer.  We also have several freelance contributors who help with the curation process.  We are at a key stage of the project when internships would be mutually beneficial, as the interns would be able to engage directly with our team in a variety of aspects and apply their skills and knowledge while also gaining insight into how a product like ours gets developed, how potential audiences are identified, how the product itself can be enhanced and refined, and how our business model can be evolved.  In all these areas interns can make direct and creative contributions and we would welcome their input.  This is an ideal opportunity for interns in all fields or subjects, not just literature or English. 

We are looking for 3-4 interns who would work in the following areas:            

---curation:  1) recording short excerpts from literary texts (with the understanding that we would not use these recordings commercially but only for the beta testing phase of the product); 2) identifying short passages from narrative fiction to add to our library and describing the works they come from 

---marketing:  1) creating and conducting surveys/questionnaires for potential users; 2) studying the market/competition, building on and updating our initial findings in this area (e.g., studying publishers’ web sites and gathering info on their digital strategies and offerings) 

--business:  working with our Product Developer to enhance our business model and identify areas that can be strengthened 

LeadDev - Research Analyst Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Leaddev.com is a growing community of software engineering leaders from around the world. We run virtual events, and publish content for our audience as well as working with partners who wish to market to our audience.  
 
You will work with our Production team to research competitor publications to understand the types of content being released by other websites, publishers and vendors. We are interested in the subjects covered, the format and presentation of content. 
 
Over the week you'll pull your research into a short report which will be presented to our commissioning editor. This is an opportunity to work with a small publisher, to help them understand the nature and forms of content in their market and beyond to inform their publication strategy going forward. We're a friendly, remote-first team who have moved quickly in the past year to create a successful publishing and marketing solutions business as our live events were disrupted by the pandemic. 

LeadDev - Social Media Content Creator (MIP) 

LeadDev.com is a community and resource for software engineering leaders around the globe, with an audience that takes in big tech firms like Twitter and Google, banks and start-ups. 

Within our content (both written and video) are potentially powerful clips, quotes and concepts that could be used to capture attention on social media if presented in the right way. Your role will be to review some of our most popular content and create a range of assets that can be used to market the content on social media - primarily LinkedIn and Twitter. 

This is an opportunity to get creative, write punchy, engaging copy, and put together graphic and video assets for a publishing business in the world of tech. 

https://oxford.targetconnect.net/leap/jobs.html?id=106025&service=Careers+Service  

LeadDev - Data Analyst Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Leaddev.com is a growing community of software engineering leaders from around the world. We run virtual events, and publish content for our audience as well as working with partners who wish to market to our audience.  
 
We hold a lot of valuable data on our customers, how they interact with our products and sponsors, and other behavioural measures. We have a long list of business reports which we'd love to put together but we don't have a lot of time to focus on.  
 
Working closely with one of the co-founders, Dave Fletcher, we will specify one or more reports that we wish you to pull together and support you in investigating and creating the reports, almost certainly using Big Query and Data Studio. Your opportunity to explore a media business's dataset and, working directly with one of the founders, create valuable reports for the business. We're a fully distributed, friendly company with a start-up vibe and doing important work influencing diverse and effective software engineering teams around the world. 

Oxford Oxytocin - Tech/Fashion Social Media Content & Marketing Internship (MIP) 

Oxford Oxytocin are building a mobile online shopping app that lets you style yourself with multiple brands and combinations based on your own images and sizes. The app allows you to browse, pay, and track all on one platform.  

Join them and help create and implement their social media marketing campaigns. 

Patchwork Hub - Research and Creative Content Executive Internship (MIP)       

The successful intern will mainly be working on an exciting project supporting our startup team in building our resource hub, training opportunities and blog for those people with unique personal circumstances who are looking for work, training and support. The applicant will gain great hands-on experience, working in a small team of a dynamic and rapidly growing startup/social enterprise at its early stages. 

They will be given expert, in-house training from our Head of Marketing and CEO before strategising, creating and implementing their own content for the site. There are lots of different areas to get involved in but one of the main areas of the project, the intern(s) will be working on researching and writing our Help and Support Centre to assist businesses and Patchworkers to get the most out of our site. The intern will develop their research, copywriting and marketing skills and learn the tools and importance of creating accessible communications which they can carry forward in all areas of their work. 
 
The applicant will gain valuable hands-on experience in industry-leading digital marketing strategy and operations while working very closely with senior leadership. The position will offer the intern the chance to be a valued team member of a highly-skilled, dynamic and rapidly growing startup and social enterprise at its early stages.

Ransom Publishing - Publishing Assistant (MIP) 

An opportunity to gain a first-hand insight into book publishing.  This work experience week will include work in the key areas of editorial, and sales and marketing. It will also offer a chance to learn about all aspects of the business from first ideas for a book through to order supply. 

Reset Your Health - RYH Marketing Strategy and Product Development Intern (MIP) 

Reset Your Health is a start-up aimed at improving mental and physical health by empowering people to improve their diet by supporting the growth of gut bacteria. There is an increasing appreciation of how important the abundance and diversity of gut bacteria is to our mental and physical health and Reset Your Health aims to help make breaking bad habits and establishing healthy ones as painless as possible as well as making it easy to use their diet to deal with chronic health conditions. You could assist our small start-up by: 

Working on our marketing strategy 
Researching potential grants we may be eligible for and apply for them 
Writing information pages for the website 
Photographing dishes for the website 
Creating content for our new online course platform 
Liaising to clients, potential clients and other industry professionals 
Developing, testing and uploading recipes for our online platform 

Storymix - Publishing Researcher - Child Fiction (MIP)

STORYMIX is an inclusive fiction studio with a social purpose. We create children's stories with diverse casts of characters in an organic, joyful and authentic way.  Representation matters to us. Our IP development company produces high quality, high concept books for publishers, and works with emerging and established writers and illustrators from BME backgrounds to offer additional publishing pathways. Our stories are guaranteed to thrill and entertain as well as reflect the world around us.

The Internship: We are looking for a Researcher to assist the Founder in analysing and reporting on the opportunities on specific ideas for Children's book IP.  The role will encompass research and report writing.

Super Sapiens - Content Writer and Creator (Education and Game Publishing) (MIP) 

Who we are: Super Sapiens LTD is a social enterprise with a conscious supply chain that creates fun educational books and games such as the ‘Super Sapiens’ card game. ‘Super Sapiens’ is a family friendly card game which pays tribute to 12 inspiring women from around the world - the world’s real superheroes, ‘the Super Sapiens’. It’s a simple concept but one that turns play into inspiration: helping children to explore hidden histories, to cultivate understanding about the world (and learn how to make it better for all!), and to develop their own superpowers through self-care and self-love. We created Super Sapiens after we had difficulty finding games that allowed our daughter to see people who looked like her. Move over one-dimensional, white-centred Princess games!  

What you will do: We are looking for students who want to make a positive difference and bring more kindness, more justice, more inclusion and more silliness to the world through this internship. During your placement you will be exposed to the world of social media marketing by developing marketing campaigns. Campaigns will be used to educate individuals and provide information on feminism, basic neuroscience and the negative impacts of white supremacy). You will help develop our social media presence to further advertise our Super Sapiens’ card game and create school education packs based on Super Sapiens’. In addition, you will be tasked with writing articles and pitching to newspapers/magazines. 

Teach a Child – Africa - Video Editor and Content Creator (MIP) 

We recently conducted our annual gathering, which brings all of our students together with TaC volunteers to verify their individual wellbeing and educational progress. This year’s gathering took on particular significance for us due to the impact of COVID-19, which meant that many of our students have been away from school for some time. During the gathering, we collated a large amount of student testimonials and video footage, which we would like help in turning into update material for our supporters and for our website. Your responsibilities would include: 

  • Producing and editing a video for our website 

  • Drafting an email to update donors, which synthesises the testimonials we have had from our students 

ThredMedia - Community Management & Prospecting Internship (MIP)

The Community Management & Prospecting Intern will help research and create a reliable database of schools globally. Using this information, the intern will, with the guidance of the Community Development Manager, develop an outreach and growth strategy to promote the Thred and the Change Maker Network to students and schools globally.

 

 

 

ThredMedia - Discord Growth Hacking Internship (MIP)

The Discord Growth Hacking intern will grow our Discord server into the main hub for Gen Z to discuss, engage with, and learn about social change issues

 

 

 

ThredMedia – Marketing & Outreach Internship (MIP)

Marketing & Outreach Internship - Journalists intern will:

  • Develop relationships with journalists to write about Thred
  • Using our database, outreach to journalists via email and social media
  • Create email pitch outlining idea for article focusing on three key themes
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Social Change 
    • Generation Z
  • Pitch to journalists to secure features, follow up and manage relationship

 

ThredMedia - Marketing & Sales Internship - Agencies (MIP)

The Marketing & Sales Internship - Agencies intern will build & develop relationships with key prospects at Marketing/Communication Agencies to secure new business for Thred

 

 

ThredMedia - Marketing & Outreach Internship – Influencers  (MIP)

The Marketing & Outreach Internship – Influencers  intern will boost Thred’s social media presence by engaging & collaborating with influencers and activists who share the same values as Thred.

How To:

  • Using our database, begin outreach to influencers via email and social media 
  • Identify strategies enabling Thred to collaborate with relevant influencers
  • Create email/dm pitch outlining idea for collaboration

 

ThredMedia  Marketing & Sales Internship – Companies/Brands (MIP)

The Marketing & Sales Internship – Companies/Brands  intern will Build & develop relationships with key prospects at Companies/Brands to secure new business for Thred.

How To:

  • Help develop sales and marketing plan 
  • Create email pitch outlining benefits of Thred’s services and our USP, including a request for a call
  • Using our database, begin outreach to relevant leads via email 
  • Keep internal database updated with relevant contact info, progress and secured calls 

 

ThredMedia - Community Management & Growth Hacking Internship (MIP)

The Community Management & Growth Hacking will recruit Ambassadors & Remote Writers using Thred’s existing network of contacts

How To 

-     Research Thred’s existing network of contacts to create a list of leads to sign up as Ambassadors for the Change Maker Network

-     Create email pitch outlining role and benefits of becoming an Ambassador/Remote Writer

-     Follow up and manage relationship with individuals, keeping Community Development Manager updated on progress

ThredMedia - Cross Platform Social Media Video Content Creation Intern (MIP)

Cross Platform Social Media Video Content Creation Intern will film and produce media content to promote Thred articles and YT videos

How To:

  • Using our social and YouTube videos as a guide, story-board ideas for video content based on existing Thred articles of your choice 
  • Film footage of yourself/team that can later be used by the Head of Production and design to produce content for Instagram tiles, stories, IGTV, TikTok and YouTube
  • Work with the Head of Production and Design to produce videos using Lumen5 software

Measuring Success:

  • Published videos across our social media channels

Tom Rocks Maths - Mathematics Outreach Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

Interns will work with me as part of the 'Tom Rocks Maths' team to produce outreach content that aims to explain interesting mathematical concepts for a lay audience. 
 
They will receive training in video and podcast production, script writing and presentation skills, as well as having the opportunity to work with partner organisations such as the BBC, the European Mathematical Society and Cambridge University Press. 
 
Help make maths exciting, engaging and accessible to all as an intern with the award-winning 'Tom Rocks Maths'. See tomrocksmaths.com to find out what you're getting yourself into... 

University of Oxford, Knowledge Exchange and Impact Team - Entrepreneur Interviewer and Writer (MIP) 

Working with Enterprising Oxford and the IDEA initiative (Increasing Diversity in Entrepreneurial Activities), you will help interview entrepreneurs and entrepreneur supporters as part of the Entrepreneurs Uncovered series, and write up profiles and/or case studies about those people that can inform and inspire people interested in startups and entrepreneurship. This will entail interviewing key founders and writing profiles based on a set of standard questions and/or conversational case studies based on the interviews.   

EcoSync - Junior Developer - Machine Learning (MIP)  

Ecosync is a spin-off company of the University, developing a retrofitted smart temperature control technology for commercial buildings for carbon footprint reduction. We use various input data to optimise the temperature of empty rooms and make sure they don't waste energy. 

We are looking for 3 interns to work on developing and deploying our ML product in the Azure cloud infrastructure. While expertise in either is not mandatory, a willingness to learn quickly is a must. 

INIA Biosciences  - Immunology Literature Researcher (MIP) 

INIA Biosciences is a development stage startup offering proprietary a electroceutical wearable device to improve organ rejection monitoring and treatment. INIA’s use of ultrasound stimulation for immune modulation is non-invasive, personalized, and applicable to a range of immune-related disorders. Conduct extensive online research on basic immunology and transplant biology. By the end of the internship, the student will be required to generate a short report, present a 20 min oral presentation with slides, and create an infographic to highlight the important pathways in organ rejection and how INIA can impact this pathway. 

Lightricity Ltd - Technology Landscape Researcher (MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. 
The internship is designed to give hands-on experience researching the state of the art of technologies and business concepts originating from the wider market. As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks needed to research, screen and summarise technologies and business concepts for informing Lightricity's intellectual property strategy. 

Lightricity Ltd - Technology Prototype Development Intern (MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. The internship is designed to give hands-on experience of research into new product applications, evaluation of potential technical solutions, creation of prototypes, coding and testing.  
 
As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks that will support the further development of Lightricity's autonomous IoT sensor platform within our multidisciplinary team of software and hardware engineers. 

OMMTech - Lab Technician Assistant - Desk-Based (MIP) 

To develop lab experiment designing and analysis planning. This is a computer-based work and no wet-lab work is included. Candidate will simulate an experimental designing to be implemented in the wet-lab at a later stage in the future, not included in this project. 

We are an early stage developing start-up collaborating with partners and also rapidly developing, which means constructing and establishing a wide range of diverse tasks. Interns will work directly with and report to the CEO. Training on the specific project’s requirements will be provided. 
 
Developing lab experiment designing and analysis of human gene expression studies.  This includes: 

  1. Designing experimental details for gene expression studies 

  1. Detailing methodological protocols 

  1. Designing an analytical approach to investigate experimental data 

Streater Research - Materials Analyst: Battery Materials for the Energy Transition (MIP) 

Who are we?: Streater Research provides independent, differentiated security analysis and thematic research for institutional investors focusing on the UK equity market covering large, mid and small capitalisation stocks.  

The Role: The energy transition is the megatrend of the century. This has caused excessive hype in some markets. Streater Research would like a Materials Science student to write a report cutting through the hype and focusing on first principles to explain and document which battery materials are most needed in energy storage systems (ESS) and electric vehicles (EV). The report should cover questions such as which battery technologies are in the leading position to become the standard in ESS and EV and if supply fears in metals such as Cobalt and Nickel are likely to be real. The report should outline four possible scenarios of what the future of battery materials could look like. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Spatial Data Science, Finance and Cities (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Banking and Contemporary Challenges (MIP) 

Part of the Atlas is dedicated to the analysis of banking, with focus on large banks. Beyond their original role of receiving deposits and granting loans, these banks have grown to a size that makes them important for national and global economic growth and stability. This is why these banks are often labelled as too-big-to-fail. Paradoxically, despite the critique many of them received in the 2008 global financial crisis, they are still as big and influential. On the other hand, the rise of financial technology (FinTech) and contemporary geo-political challenges, such as Brexit, pose fresh challenges for these institutions. Through this micro-internship you will contribute to the collection of data for large banks registered in the developed and developing world, with particular focus in the US, Europe and Latin America. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: International Financial Centres and FinTech (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Finance and Development (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project. 

University of Oxford - School of Geography and the Environment - Atlas of Finance Research Micro-Intern: Global Finance and Economic Transformation (MIP) 

The Atlas of Finance is the first ever publication that maps the evolution, structure and impacts of finance using state-of-the-art visualisation, to be published by Yale University Press, and produced by a team of leading Oxford-based academics, data scientists and designers. Through this micro-internship you will contribute by collecting data for this unique work. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the publication and you will gain insight into a major cutting-edge research project.  

 

Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation – Archives Intern (MIP) 

This 5 day placement will provide the opportunity to work remotely identifying and transcribing digital images of archival material relating to Blenheim Palace and the Dukes of Marlborough. It will also involve contributing to the creation of a staff database populated by identifying names from wage books dating from the 1850s. 

Skills & Knowledge: 

Demonstrable evidence of a genuine interest in history and in preserving records for posterity (such as a degree in history or closely allied discipline) and experience using archives and/or libraries for research purposes.  

Excellent written and oral communication skills.  

A logical approach to practical tasks.  

Strong IT skills.  

The ability to work independently and as part of a team.  

Personal Specification:  

Honest, reliable and trustworthy.  

Self-motivated with the ability to use own initiative, work alone, prioritise work and achieve targets. 

Readiness to work under the direction of and in consultation with the Archivist. 

Cyclox - Celebration Of Cycling Event Micro-Intern (MIP) 

We are looking for an intern to assist with the planning and organisation of a month-long 'Celebration of Cycling' to be held throughout Oxfordshire later this year. This will include liaising with partners, community event organisers, potential corporate sponsors and funders. 

 

Brand Conscience - Sustainable Fashion Assistant: Retail Market Landscape Assessment (MIP) 

To define our size of the prize short, mid and long term a thorough market assessment is required. Via research we need to map the existing retailer landscape to identify the biggest opportunities and the relative size of each. The project would consolidate data across multiple sources and provide insight to inform the selling strategy, pricing and revenue models. 

CARBON CODES - Software Development Intern (MIP) 

Carbon Codes is revolutionising the food industry, leading the push towards sustainability. Having seen success in the Oxford restaurant scene, the COVID-19 crisis has seen us pivoting towards online partnerships, and we’re looking for an enthusiastic programming intern to help us built out the web platform. This role will combine programming responsibilities with the opportunity to shape the way in which users interact with our products. 
 
Possible projects 

  • Researching and integrating email marketing tools 

  • Social media integration throughout the platform

  • Developing and implementing a feasible gamification strategy to attract and retain users 

DataEthics4All - Academic Institutions Partnership Programme Assistant (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.  
 
We are seeking a highly motivated intern to assist with our Academic Institutions Partnership programme. The main purpose of the role is to provide effective support to the Academic Institutions Partnership Lead and wider team in the delivery of DataEthics4All outcomes and overall organizational objectives. Your work experience could involve you in planning, organizing and coordinating lasting long term partnerships with academic institutions, K-12 to Higher Education internationally. You will be helping to build a long term, successful relationship with our network of universities, colleges and schools from K12 to Higher Ed. You will also help to create a contact list for our partners and update the team and the wider community on our collaborations internationally. 

DataEthics4All - AI Quantitative Survey Design Intern (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.  
 
We are seeking a highly motivated intern to assist with AI quantitative survey design. The main purpose of the role is to provide effective support to the AI Survey Design Lead and wider team in the delivery of DataEthics4All outcomes and overall organizational objectives. This could involve undertaking such tasks as planning, designing, and writing thoughtful AI surveys for our community of AI and Data Ethicists, Leaders, AI Youth Council, as well as Entrepreneurs and the wider Business community to gauge and understand their views of our programs, events, content, and policies. You will be helping to build a long-term relationship with our key stakeholders. You will be capturing and analyzing the key data and metrics from AI Surveys that have been submitted by the community and wider public, as well as drafting and presenting reports on the findings. As an AI survey design intern you will demonstrate a deep understanding of how to ask the right questions and the psychology of human behavior. 

DataEthics4All -  AI Society Intern (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.  
 
We are looking for a highly motivated intern to assist with reaching out to AI companies to build a network of contacts who would be interested in being listed on our AI Society platform. The main purpose of the role is to provide effective support to the AI Society Lead and wider team in the delivery of DataEthics4All outcomes and overall organizational objectives, undertaking such actions as; planning, organizing, and coordinating outreach to private sector companies who may wish to join AI Society. You will help to foster a long term partnership with those businesses and corporates successfully listed on AI Society. 

 

DataEthics4All - Content Writer/Editor (MIP) 

DataEthics4All is offering a micro-internship to talented Content Writer/Editors who can create compelling blog posts, articles, curated summaries, white papers, project/program descriptions, social media content, and research summaries! We’re looking for someone who will help us expand our digital footprint, enlarge our global visibility, and drive more value through online content in the areas of Data Ethics, AI Ethics, Privacy, and Policy in AI from a business as well as a consumer perspective. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of producing pieces that increase engagement, should be able to create buzz around our existing programs, highlight our future goals and drive leads.  

This position requires a high level of creativity, as well as the ability to use data-driven insights to write engaging, empowering material that is both advocacies-focused and impactful. The successful candidate should also be detail-oriented, aware of the topic areas, and committed to meeting tight deadlines. Preference will be given to those with a strong writing portfolio, and relevant work experience. 

DataEthics4All - Ethics4NextGen Opportunity Board Intern (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society. 
 
We are seeking a talented intern to assist with creating compelling Ethics4NextGen opportunity board job posts and expanding our visibility and reach globally by promoting positions on social media and external job boards in the AI and Data Ethics community. The main purpose of the role is to provide effective support to the recruitment Lead and wider team in the delivery of DataEthics4All outcomes and overall organizational objectives. You should be able to create buzz around our new and existing job roles on social media to drive interest in joining us as a volunteer.  The successful applicant will be an advocate and champion for our community website, actively promoting our roles to potential members and volunteers! 

DataEthics4All - Events Planning Support Assistant (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society. 
 
DataEthics4All is seeking a creative and ambitious intern to support with Events planning, researching, and finding new Sponsors, as well as designing eye-catching and impactful brochures and adverts for our upcoming Events globally. You would be responsible for reaching out to venues to build a network of contacts who would be interested in hosting our global event launches.  The main purpose of the role is to provide effective support to the Events Planning Lead and wider team in the delivery of DataEthics4All outcomes and overall organizational objectives, undertaking such actions as; supporting the planning, organizing, coordinating of events, reaching out to venues globally that will give us maximum impact, and be the primary point of contact for this role, as well as being responsible for fostering a long term partnership with corporate venues. 

 

DataEthics4All - Micro-Data Storyteller (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.   
 
DataEthics4All is seeking a data storyteller intern who has a passion for exploring new datasets and creating inspirational and change-driving data stories. We are searching for storytellers who have experience conducting basic exploratory analyses and stitching together a data-driven narrative that addresses current topics in data governance and policy. 

DataEthics4All - Micro-Marketer (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.  

DataEthics4All is recruiting marketing interns who have a passion for promoting and growing the reach of a cause such as DataEthics4All. We are searching for marketers who have experience conducting market research and creating eye-catching promotional digital content to drive traffic and engagement to the website and respective programs. 

DataEthics4All - PR and Outreach Intern (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.   

We are looking for an intern who will help promote our brand message and carry our organization, mission, and values to the world! You are someone who believes that Ethics is more than a subject that exists in Academia, and are an individual who is driven to increase the general public awareness of  AI Data Ethics, Inclusion in our everyday lives, i.e. in our culture, in policy-making, in the technology landscape.  

You are proactive with project planning, well organized, and can support the coordination of our PR projects effectively. You are an outstanding communicator, can confidently speak with and listen to people from all walks of life; you are a PR and media whizz, professional in your approach and can effectively coordinate, liaise, negotiate, and work with others (staff, volunteers, media and the public) to achieve our goals. You have the ability to accurately collate and analyse qualitative data from various sources, representing views shared without judgment or bias to produce insight to inform our marketing strategy. 

DataEthics4All - Research Writer (MIP) 

DataEthics4All is recruiting exceptional Research writers to take complex swathes of information and explain it in succinct layperson language, to conduct extensive literature reviews, and summarize information in compelling long-form or short-form articles. We are looking for writers who are adept at researching, organizing, analyzing, and explaining data in simple, clear, and concise forms. 

 

DataEthics4All - Tumult Hype Intern (animated stories) (MIP) 

The Mission of the DataEthics4All Initiative is to raise awareness on the Ethical use of Data, build the next generation of Inclusive AI and be a Catalyst in building a more Equitable, Inclusive, Culture Rich, Just, and Ethical Society.    
 
We are looking for a creative and talented Storyteller to assist with creating impactful and compelling animated stories using Tumult Hype to accompany our posts, articles, summaries and research pieces. The main purpose of the role is to provide effective support to the Data Visualisation Lead and wider team in the delivery of DataEthics4All outcomes and overall organisational objectives. The role wil involve conducting basic exploratory analyses and stitching together a data-driven narrative using Tumult that addresses current topics in AI Ethics, data governance, privacy and policy. You will be able to carry out research analyses and model data from a wide variety of public sources concisely and accurately to tell our story and take it to the world! 

ECorporate Ltd - Gaming and Content Development Assistant (MIP) 

As an EdTech company we offer a digital platform for online tutoring, specifically for 11plus exam (entrance into grammar schools). We are currently in the process of developing a ‘brain game’ which can be used as part of our digital platform.  We require a student who is interested in game development with a focus on analytical games. During the Gaming and Content Development internship, you will be exposed to the world of content creation and game development by: 

  • Review our content strategy for a 'brain game' developed by us for encouraging reading, maths and analytical skills in school-children. 

  • Help us develop concepts for more games in the future 

EcoSync Junior Developer – Cloud/API Development (MIP

Ecosync is a spin-off company of the University, developing a retrofitted smart temperature control technology for commercial buildings for carbon footprint reduction. We use various input data to optimise the temperature of empty rooms and make sure they don't waste energy. 

We are looking for 3 interns to work with our back-end and machine learning experts and adapt the existing cloud design and develop new APIs. 

EcoSync - Junior Developer - Machine Learning (MIP)  

Ecosync is a spin-off company of the University, developing a retrofitted smart temperature control technology for commercial buildings for carbon footprint reduction. We use various input data to optimise the temperature of empty rooms and make sure they don't waste energy. 

We are looking for 3 interns to work on developing and deploying our ML product in the Azure cloud infrastructure. While expertise in either is not mandatory, a willingness to learn quickly is a must. 

Impakt It - Software Developer Intern (MIP) 

Be part of an exciting tech business pioneering solving business transformations, sitting in the middle of project, change and innovation management.  
 
c.80% business transformations fail, $7.3 trillion budgeted for this in 2021 alone. Impakt It is SaaS platform at the intersection of innovation and transformation that empowers in-house resources to successfully execute innovation and transformation. This role is aimed at someone who is able to run with an objective and build an MVP calculator and diagnostic.  Help develop a diagnostic tool that collects current and future state of organisations teams as part of their business transformation journey. The diagnostic and analytics dashboard will form part of the executive's vision creation and then individual team's transformation.  Help build a calculator that converts impact from all organisations work and decisions (profit, environment, workplace happiness etc.) into a trackable dashboard that encourages purpose lead behaviour. 

INIA Biosciences  - CathVision Product Design Micro-Internship (MIP) 

INIA Biosciences is a development stage startup offering proprietary a electroceutical wearable device to improve organ rejection monitoring and treatment. INIA’s use of ultrasound stimulation for immune modulation is non-invasive, personalized, and applicable to a range of immune-related disorders 
 
The student will be tasked to understand the business and will be asked to develop a few different 3D models of a device. Cathvision Proficiency, Photoshop and/or adobe. Student need to have access to some sort of 3D model software 

i2i app - Higher Education App Community Builder (MIP) 

i2i is a recently launched profit with purpose tech-for-good app helping university students connect and collaborate across campuses. Its main purpose is to enable life-long friendships for British students and international students in a supportive social learning community. 

It was founded by Julia Macmillan, Oxford Alumna and a pilot will be starting in the summer term at her old college, St Anne’s.  The app was built with the help of UCL students who did the design and LSE students who came up with the social bubble feature in a series of design-thinking workshops. 

The community builder internship is based on exploring ways to create a sense of community on the platform both in the MVP state as it is now and future development of the app.i2i is a recently launched profit with purpose tech-for-good app helping university students connect and collaborate across campuses. Its main purpose is to enable life-long friendships for British students and international students in a supportive social learning community. The project would involve doing research into other communities and using a design-thinking approach to ideate ways to create a supportive collaborative community on i2i. 

i2i app – Marketing Assistant (MIP) 

The marketing assistant micro-internship will involve analysing the current social media platforms: Instagram (@i2iapp) and Linkedin, Student JCRs and MCRs and thinking of fun creative campaigns to spread the word. The project would involve doing an analysis of our social media and research into accounts with similar target audiences.  Research student JCRs and MCRs and Societies and thinking of fun creative campaigns to spread the word. 

LeadDev - Data Analyst Micro-Internship (MIP) 

Leaddev.com is a growing community of software engineering leaders from around the world. We run virtual events, and publish content for our audience as well as working with partners who wish to market to our audience.  
 
We hold a lot of valuable data on our customers, how they interact with our products and sponsors, and other behavioural measures. We have a long list of business reports which we'd love to put together but we don't have a lot of time to focus on.  
 
Working closely with one of the co-founders, Dave Fletcher, we will specify one or more reports that we wish you to pull together and support you in investigating and creating the reports, almost certainly using Big Query and Data Studio. Your opportunity to explore a media business's dataset and, working directly with one of the founders, create valuable reports for the business. We're a fully distributed, friendly company with a start-up vibe and doing important work influencing diverse and effective software engineering teams around the world. 

Lightricity Ltd - Technology Prototype Development Intern (MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. The internship is designed to give hands-on experience of research into new product applications, evaluation of potential technical solutions, creation of prototypes, coding and testing.  
 
As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks that will support the further development of Lightricity's autonomous IoT sensor platform within our multidisciplinary team of software and hardware engineers. 

Lightricity Ltd - Technology Landscape Researcher (MIP) 

We are seeking a micro-internship student to work for five days alongside a staff member of Lightricity's team. 
The internship is designed to give hands-on experience researching the state of the art of technologies and business concepts originating from the wider market. As a student intern, you will take part in a variety of tasks needed to research, screen and summarise technologies and business concepts for informing Lightricity's intellectual property strategy. 

MarQuest Limited - Warehouse Efficiency Micro-Internship 

This Micro-Internship project is focused on re-sorting and/or redistributing warehouse picklists to maximise efficiency by way of optimising routes taken by warehouse operatives. The project will be an opportunity to contribute to the technical development of retail and wholesale industry operations. 

Modux - C#/Java developer - Cyber Security (MIP) 

Modux delivers cyber-security consultancy and products to a core set of industries including defence & aerospace, finance, and telecommunications. In this micro-internship you will be helping our development team on an ongoing application development in C#. The application will aid security professionals with automated analysis of configuration data to allow security consultancies to provide their clients with the best security assurance. After your time with us Modux will aim to publish the application and begin using it in the day-to-day workings of the company. 

Modux  - Penetration Testing (Cyber Security) - Automation Tool (MIP) 

Modux delivers cyber-security consultancy and products to a core set of industries including defence & aerospace, finance, and telecommunications. Throughout the placement, you will be assisting our development team on a penetration testing automation tool. Modux aims to publish and use this application, which will aid security professionals during penetration tests, allowing security consultancies to provide their clients with quick and effective security assurance. 

Narau - Junior Host Operator (MIP) 

Narau operates like airbnb for workspaces. The Narau app allows you to search and find spaces to work in, all of which have been converted to workspaces. They are set up for you to work for the whole day (or up to three months) with everything you need. Once you have found the space where you want to work you book in the number of people you wish to have working there; using a company account, employees can choose where they work. 

The challenge for you will be to create as many listings as possible! 

This placement will suit a results-driven and commercially minded individual with strong project and decision-making skills. 

You will be able to  

  • Contact, onboard and liaise directly with host partners to grow our offering and reach. 

  • Engage with various professional communities and networks to raise brand awareness. 

  • Contribute information, ideas, and research to help develop marketing strategies. 

  • Coordinate with colleagues, sponsors, media representatives, and other professionals to implement strategies across multiple channels. 

The Overseas Teacher (ADM Computing LTD) - Education Project Management Assistant (MIP) 

Interns will work with a department manager to accomplish one of their Key Results in a week, under their guidance. (Applicants must specify which of the four projects they are interested in working on) 
 
1 x IT: Will involve helping to set up an ergonomic data collection portal for collecting visa paperwork.  
1 x -Marketing: Will involve designing and executing a social media event.  
1 x Educational Pedagogy: Will involve working together with QA and the teacher managers to run a teacher training guide review. 
1 x Admin and management: Will involve working together with the project management team to build a management process for an established or new program. 

Oxford Oxytocin - Tech/Fashion Social Media Content & Marketing Internship (MIP) 

Oxford Oxytocin are building a mobile online shopping app that lets you style yourself with multiple brands and combinations based on your own images and sizes. The app allows you to browse, pay, and track all on one platform.  

Join them and help create and implement their social media marketing campaigns. 

Retailigent Solutions Ltd - Data Scientist: Machine Learning (MIP) 

Retailigence is a suite of pre-packaged AI algorithms which aims to disrupt the traditional rules-based engines of retail planning solutions and replace them with a suite of machine learning solutions. The solutions have data science and the end customer view at their core.  

The solution set will help establish a superior mechanism to cluster stores, optimise assortments and manage range. It will enable you to curate promotions more effectively and aim them at the right customer groups. The team incorporates decades of data science and retail expertise. Including PhDs who own multiple patents, ex-retail CEO and ex-partners in consulting companies. 

We are looking for a Data Scientist (Machine Learning) micro-internship to analyse the data science algorithms used by RETAILIGENCE and work with the RETAILIGENCE team to research options to use the Google Cloud infrastructure to enhance them. 

White & Black Limited - De-Regulation Researcher - Micro-Internship (MIP)  

We are looking for two interns to work together to consider the question of de-regulation as a business model for product and service lines within the law (background paper will provide context). We would like you to spend the week researching the costs and opportunities of this business model and produce a report weighing up the overall benefits against the potential drawbacks. 

Vela Partners - Machine Learning Engineer (Venture Investment Technology) (MIP) 

Vela Partners is a San Francisco-based venture capital firm, pioneering an innovative way of investing in startups, which we call Ventech (Venture technology).  

We are a team of engineers and researchers, who have studied and worked at the world’s leading universities and companies, with a vast hands-on and entrepreneurial experience in the field of information technologies. We’re looking for a like-minded and entrepreneurial machine learning engineer intern or software engineer intern with an interest to learn machine learning. 

 

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