KDE e.V., the non-profit organization which represents, supports, and provides governance to KDE has grown significantly over the last couple of years. In 2008 we hired Claudia Rauch as part-time business manager taking care of event management, partner communication, and organizational support. Since beginning of 2009 she works full-time for us, and in August this year we opened a joint office with the Free Software Foundation Europe in Berlin, Germany's enthralling capital.
To continue this growth and being able to increase KDE e.V.'s support for the KDE community and free software, we are looking for an intern in the area of event management, business, and communication for the Berlin office. Read the full job description for details.
This internship is an exciting opportunity for passionate candidates to gain some experience with working in a high-performing non-profit organization on the topic of free software in general and KDE in particular. If you are interested in the position, please send your application to the board of KDE e.V.. If you know other people who might be interested, please point the to the job description as well.
Friday, November 27, 2009
Opportunity for intership at KDE e.V.
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