Hi, we’re Pop-Up City. We do communication, urban development, events, and publishing. We develop innovative concepts for cities as well as new strategies and ideas for campaigns and events for a wide range of clients. We work on our own research projects (such as The Future of Urban Living), we curate and organize PechaKucha Nights in Amsterdam, we created Pop-Up City, and in 2014 we published our first book. In two months, we’re going to launch our brand-new website. We’re looking for interns to join our team in Amsterdam in fall and winter 2019-2020.

Editorial Intern (3-6 months, 2-3 days/week)

As an editorial intern you’ll be an active member of Pop-Up City’s team. You’ll research topics, write articles and interviews for Pop-Up City and our clients, help organize PechaKucha in Amsterdam, and learn the ins and outs of social media marketing and community management. You’re required to have decent English editorial, writing and sociale media skills and a passion for urbanism, design, marketing and new technologies, and a good eye for new trends. Basic knowledge of WordPress and HTML is not required but would be nice.

Project and Editorial Intern (3-6 months, 2-3 days/week)

You’ll write articles for Pop-Up City and our clients, help organize PechaKucha in Amsterdam, and also work on a variety of commissioned and self-initiated projects and events, ranging from urban development and communication and branding to public events (like PechaKucha Amsterdam). For this position you’re required to have decent Dutch and English speaking and writing skills, as well as a passion for urbanism, design, marketing and new technologies.

What do we offer?
We offer a great learning experience in a very creative and diverse environment, with big responsibilities. This is also your chance to be part of Pop-Up City and have 1,000s of people around the world read your articles. Furthermore, we’ll introduce you to Amsterdam’s vibrant creative and cultural scene. We are located in a creative environment in the city’s coolest district, Amsterdam-Noord. And yes, there’s a remuneration.

In case you’re interested, please send an email to Regina Schröter — — together with your resume and what else you find important (favorite website, biggest source of inspiration, you name it). Applications in both Dutch and English are welcome. Deadline for applications is 30th September. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!