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Welcoming two summer interns to the DEV team!

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We are excited to welcome two interns who will be joining us for the next ~10 weeks. @aikedaa and @devencourt will be primarily focused on non-technical tasks, ranging from engaging and supporting new partners, to creating and scheduling recurring DEV threads, establishing new channels to distribute DEV articles, working with current and prospective sponsors, and much more.

Here's a bit more about each of them in their own words:

We are incredibly excited for a great summer together!

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We are so excited to have @devencourt and @aikedaa join the team! It's only day two but they've already jumped right in. This is going to be a great summer :)


It's going to be a big summer for DEV 💪💪💪

Brian and Aikeda are already making an impact!


I wonder if you guy need designer 😗, I'm desperate for design job 😁


Congratulations guys. Hope you enjoy your summer the best.


Congratulations! What a great thing to be a part of.


If anyone is thinking of having interns at their company in the near future and aren't sure where to start...I released a free toolkit on running them.


Please don't take this as too much snark, I'm genuinely interested - are the interns being compensated and how? Are they making a junior dev range salary?


This position has already been publicly advertised as being paid, so I'm comfortable confirming that to be the case. But out of respect for everyone's privacy, that's all we'd like to share.


Great! The job advert cannot be seen any longer so I had no way to know.

In this day and age of massive worker exploitation I just wanted to be sure that these guys weren't going to be used as well!

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