Katcall: Openings for InternKats!

Are you passionate about IP? Then we have exciting news for you!

The IPKat is looking for IP enthusiasts to fill InternKat positions.

InternKat positions will last 6 months and there are no geographical restrictions. Please bear in mind that you need to have your employer’s permission to be part of The IPKat team.

Typically, InternKats are graduate students, trainees, recently qualified people or IP enthusiasts in career transitions.

InternKats are responsible for round-up posts (example), Never Too Late posts (example), Around the IP blogs posts (example), updating the events calendar (here), and providing monthly reports regarding statistics and analytics of The IPKat blog. In addition, InternKats are invited to write independent posts on average once a month.

We are looking for keen IP enthusiasts to fill InternKat positions. They will receive mentoring and guidance from a member of the permanent IPKat team. They will also receive training for the tasks that the role involves. Previous applicants are encouraged to re-apply.

Applications should contain CV details, motivation, and a writing sample. Apply here.

The deadline for applications is Tuesday, 28 January 2020 (midnight, GMT). The successful candidates will start as soon as possible after a decision has been made.
Katcall: Openings for InternKats! Katcall: Openings for InternKats! Reviewed by Eleonora Rosati on Thursday, January 16, 2020 Rating: 5


  1. I am just seeing the post now, so I am afraid that I am too late. When will you open the intern vacancies again?

    1. Usually we have calls once every 6 months, so please check again in a few months' time


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