This is the webpage for open positions at TechLabs Copenhagen Management Team.
TechLabs is an organization full of digital education enthusiasts founded in Münster with several locations all over the world. The dream is to create a world full of digital shapers. Individuals who use technological tools to approach the challenges of our time with a digital and entrepreneurial mindset.
The location in Copenhagen was founded in 2019 and is still considered relatively new. Our dedicated team is doing a great job to build up the local branch in order to create a free space for technological development right here in Copenhagen. However, we are always looking for committed volunteers who would like join our team and help us shape and develop TechLabs Copenhagen and together reach new heights!
TechLabs is about the people: a set of enthusiastic, driven, and passionate individuals who have joined forces to learn and acquire skills required for dealing with the most crucial challenges we face in our social systems, the economy, and/or the environment: Technology.
For TechLabs to keep offering a platform for digital learning, we need your engagement. Learn about the open positions below and fill in the template and send your application:
We love to connect with our communities: with our techies that we teach each semester, with our friends from the tech- and startup-ecosystem, and with the teams from other TechLabs locations throughout Germany 🇩🇪, Spain 🇪🇸, Denmark 🇩🇰, Brazil 🇧🇷, and Colombia 🇨🇴.
Our team (at least part of it) during one of our team day!.
Our awesome Copenhagen team (or at least part of it) at our team day!
Every semester we offer interactive workshops for our techies to boost creativity & ideas for joint projects.
Our team goes into the direct exchange with enthusiastic Techies, watching them learn, asking and answering questions.
After full-focus team meetings and working sessions we sometimes deserve a beer.
To learn stuff it sometimes needs to be quiet. But learning also needs to be fun. So sometimes the music is made a little louder, too. ;-)