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Are you the best in your class? Now it’s your chance to work with some of the best in the business! HTML24 is a rapid growth Danish digital agency located in the heart of Copenhagen.
Are you looking for an internship? Please keep reading?
We are constantly on the lookout for new interns in the software development department.
Our primary focus is development of large systems, integration solutions, digitalisation, campaigns and websites.
As an intern in the development department you will be working with the following
- WordPress, Drupal and Magento
- Software design and architecture
- Breakdown and estimation of tasks
- Integration solutions, distributed systems and cloud software
Who are we looking for?
We imagine you are either currently studying or recently graduated from an undergraduate degree or similar in IT, Software, Computers, Electronics, Web or Multimedia.
How does this work?
Our regular internship program is unpaid and lasts for 4 months. We have have successfully completed this program with more than 20 interns from a broad selection of schools, business academies, colleges and universities. You will receive feedback and couching throughout the process.
Our interns work a full 37 hour work week, on par with all other junior developers. Your opinion will be heard, and we expect you to deliver on your promises. In return you will have time to hone your skills, and get real workplace experience, working on real projects, solving real projects, for real customers. We typically hire two to four interns each year. Some become full time employees in entry level developer positions, others become part time employees, while they continue their studies.
Below you will find the practical steps for getting an intern position with us.
To be considered for an internship in the development department, you must first complete a small test, there are different tests, depending on which position you are applying for.
If you are looking to intern as a software developer, you must complete our white rabbit test.
If you are looking to intern as a web developer, you must complete our brown rabbit test.
The brown rabbit test’s your HTML5 and CSS3 skills, while the white rabbit test’s your abilities in PHP, algorithms, data structures and test driven development.
You are required to complete one of these tests to be considered.
To complete the tests you must:
- Create a bitbucket user, if you don’t have one already.
- Fork the test which corresponds to the position you are applying for.
- Solve the test.
- Send a pull request.
- Send an application, along with your CV and the name of your bitbucket user to us at email@example.com
- You will be summoned for an interview with the head of development and the senior developer who will coach you through your internship, where we will talk about your test.