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Internship opportunities in Berlin

Internship in growth marketing (PRAKTIKUM/WERKSTUDENT)

Berlin (remote)

Starting Date: February/March

Internship period: 3 months (negotiable)

GoLexic is a young startup based in Berlin. We are building an online learning platform for children with dyslexia and children who experience challenges with reading and writing.

How to apply

You can apply by filling our online application. Please include your CV and a cover letter:

We’re looking for a German-speaking student intern to support growth marketing. This internship is ideal for anyone who wants to explore both data-driven marketing and creative activities. We’re happy to reframe the role to fit your learning needs and interests.

Your role:

  • Support digital marketing and advertising with campaign analysis: report on key metrics, help us understand what channels and campaigns perform best, suggest ways to visualise the data.

  • Maintain and optimise advertising campaigns.

  • Create content for our social media channels and to a lesser degree, for our site.

  • Help create and communicate with a group of Beta testers for our app.

  • Help test our platform before new releases.

Ideally, you are:

  • A native-level German speaker, with fluent English

  • Eligible to work in Germany

  • Required to do an internship as part of your studies (or similar)

  • A great communicator and natural at social media
  • Familiarity with SEO/SEA, Google Analytics / Google Adwords is a plus

  • You have a good understanding of digital business-models and a strong analytical skill-set for data-based evaluation


What we offer:

  • Exposure to different functions in the company (marketing, business intelligence, community management).

  • Mentorship and a chance to work with smart, motivated and helpful team players who will support you as you explore new skills.

  • An opportunity to participate in the growth of an exciting ed-tech start-up supported by the Impact Factory, and that wants to make a difference in the life of children with learning difficulties.

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