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Open Source Project Manager Internship with NUAH

NUAH, a non-profit association, is opening an internship program now for students all over the world. NUAH has an exciting internship opportunity for like-minded individuals to join our project management team and lead our community of open source contributors.

Crypto & Blockchain have the power to transform the world, however, these technologies are too complex to be used by most people, making them inaccessible.

NUAH is a global initiative dedicated to bringing the power of blockchain to everyone’s fingertips regardless of their technical background. We do that by creating a new store, featuring a wide variety of decentralized applications with an easy-to-use interface.

As one of our team of project managers, you will lead a community of open-source volunteers, UI / UX, coders, and/or hardware engineers and enthusiasts to help build a new open-source infrastructure that is freely available for the world to thrive upon and coordinate & build infrastructure that can empower the lives of billions of people.

This opportunity is perfect for anyone who has studied:

  • Project management, or IT project management
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)
  • Event management

 For more information, you can visit www.nuah.org

INTERNSHIP WITH NUAH
Crypto & Blockchain have the power to transform the world, however, these technologies are too
complex to be used by most people, making them inaccessible. NUAH is a global initiative dedicated
to bringing the power of the blockchain to everyone’s fingertips regardless of their technical
background. We do that by creating a new store, featuring a wide variety of decentralized applications
with an easy-to-use interface.
Web 3 - Open Source Project manager
3 to 6 months internship - fully remote and worldwide
Duties and responsibilities:
As one of our team of project managers, you will lead a community of open-source volunteers, UI/ UX,
coders, and/or hardware engineers and enthusiasts. To build new open source infrastructure, freely
available open-source for the world to thrive upon and Coordinate & Build infrastructure that can
empower the lives of billions of people.
We are seeking like-minded individuals who:
● Believe in the humanitarian mission, to bring more financial equality and end poverty around the
world.
● Believe to give back autonomy to the people, away from centralised authoritarian actors
● Believe censorship is not encouraging democracy & human progress.
● Believe people should have a right to fundamental privacy.
● Believe the correct technology can substantially empower the lives of people for the better.
● Want to do good in the world, by helping others
● Want to belong to a supportive global community
●Want to have a higher mission in life.
Previous qualifications that would be an advantage:
● Project management, or IT project management
● Master in Business Administration (MBA)
● Event management
● Or you learned how to motivate and coordinate a group of people to work remotely, and to allow
people to achieve exceptional achievements by building world-changing code and hardware.
Remote:
All management and team coordination are via online collaboration tools.
The internship is also possible on location on the magical island of Bali
Remuneration:
Get paid 700 USD FIAT money and additionally 1,200 USD monthly in native project crypto currency
PLUS lucrative crypto bonuses(coins and NFTs) upon achievement of goals achieved by the team you
manage.
If you think you are a great fit for the NUAH crypto family and you want to get an impressive track
record reference/achievement on your CV, then get in touch!

Last Updated: Jul 13, 2022 9:57 AM

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