recruitment summaries

Application deadline for block 4 on the 2nd of March.

Writers and coordinators are key factors to ensure the high quality of the EFR summaries. To secure these high standards, we are searching for excellent and highly motivated students that are ambitious enough to write or coordinate top-level bachelor summaries that will be available to all EFR members (6000+). 

While we will provide the summaries for free to all members, you will receive a generous compensation for your work. One of the major advantages of writing EFR summaries is that you will actually be studying and earning money at the same time. Moreover, you will be making sure that your fellow students have access to the best summaries!

Positions available:

Writers (looking for bachelor 2 writers only)
Two writers will be working on each summary. Their main task will be to find a balance between updating the old summary (if ever available) and adding new information based on the lectures, but also to check whether the summary complies with the EFR guidelines. The 1st writer will work approximately 5 hours per week while the 2nd writer/proof-reader will work for 2h30.

Coordinator (full, no more applications accepted)
The coordinator is the contact person of all the writers. The coordinator makes sure the deadlines are met and the summaries are published on time. Furthermore, the coordinator also makes sure that the summary is complying with the guidelines. 

Application process:

In order to apply, a minimum GPA of 7.5 out of 10 is required for both positions. For writers, it is preferable to have obtained an 7.5 or higher for the subject(s) of your interest. Note that summaries are all written in English and based on the IBEB lectures.

Send to
- a short motivation paragraph (max. 400 words) including potential subject preferences and the major you plan on following (if applicable this year)
- a summary of the TED Talk of Bettina Warburg entitled "How the blockchain will radically transform the economy"
- your OSIRIS grade transcript with your GPA (or final high-school grades for first-year students)
- your CV

Send to
- a short motivation paragraph (max. 400 words)
- your OSIRIS grade transcript with your GPA (or final high-school grades for first-year students)
- your CV

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