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The Travel Intern Programme (Jan – Jun ’22) — Travel is coming back

Applications are now closed. Thanks for applying!

Hello Adventurer!

We’re looking for the next batch of Travel Interns to join us — think you’ve got what it takes?

If you just found us, hello! Here’s a little about us:

We’ve been told we have THE MOST FUN INTERNSHIP in the world.

BC (what we like to call Before Covid), we’ve been on:

163 trips across 45 countries

Thankfully, things are looking up and we even have a team that will spend the next 10 months travelling around Europe and Asia.

While we wait for borders to open up more, we’ll continue digging up adventures in our very own backyard:

Sometimes even getting strangers join us on adventures.

Like camping overnight on an island:

Or more fun stuff like bungy jumping 😜

If you’re one of the strangers that would’ve said YES to us in a heartbeat, we’re looking for you!

Ok, enough about us.

We’re looking for new strangers to join us — if you’re seeking something unconventional and think you’ve got what it takes, join us!

We’re looking for

Videographers, who:

– gets excited about travel and new experiences
– have a knack for visual story-telling
– loves creating videos in their own free time
– huge bonus if you’re comfortable in front of the camera too

You should be familiar with:
– Editing on Adobe Premier Pro or Final Cut Pro (most of the team is on PP)
– Operating DSLRs/Mirrorless Cameras (preferably familiar with the Sony system)
– Sound Design & Colouring
– Editing on tight deadlines
*Bonus: comfortable with flying drones (but don’t worry, you can learn on the job too)

Here’s some stuff we edit for our partners:

Stories we try to tell:

Things we edit for fun:

And of course, we can’t forget about food videos!


Think you’ve got what it takes?

Writers, who

– gets excited about travel and new experiences
– looking to hone your craft in writing
– huge bonus if you have a knack for photography and are comfortable on camera

You should also:
– Write with excellent grammar/spelling
– be able to adapt to a publication’s tone of voice
– Follow house style

– have an intuition to pick what’s attractive to a defined target audience

We cover a variety of articles:
– Itineraries: Japan Budget Guide: 10D9N for $1.1k — Maximising your Japan JR Pass from Tokyo to Osaka
– Detailed Guides: Ultimate USJ Guide and tips to planning a magical experience
– Listicles: The Ultimate List of 23 Hiking Trails in Singapore — Ranked from chill to adventurous
– Interviews: Singaporeans Around The World — Hostel Owners in Myanmar
– Just for fun:
9 Practical Benefits of Solo Travelling That Have Nothing To Do With Finding Yourself

Think you’ve got what it takes?

Kayaking at Geirangerfjord - Summer Norway Itinerary


Fingers crossed this will be your next office view 🙂

What to expect

– 6 months starting from January 2022 (Full-time internship only)
– Monthly allowance from S$800
– Opportunity to travel once borders open up
– Be part of a growing community of like-minded adventurers

How to apply:

1) Find out if you’re able to commit between Jan – Jun 2022

2) Read the FAQ & fill up this form.

3) *Most important step*: Make sure your Instagram account is set to ‘Public’ — get creative, comment on our stuff, reach out to us on social media in unconventional ways! Tag us @TheTravelIntern and #TheTravelIntern.

Important dates:

Application closes: 17 Oct 2021, 2359hrs (Sun)

Applications shortlisted & contacted by: 22 Oct 2021 (Fri)

Interviews for shortlisted applicants: 25 Oct – 29 Oct 2021 (Mon–Fri)

Pro-Tips to Stand Out From The Crowd 🙂

Sitting at Lake Matheson - New Zealand Best Things to DoBuild your portfolio — Work up your craft, if you love what you do, it shows.

Love writing but never had a platform to write? Create your own website — write, write and write.

Love making videos but don’t have good travel footage? Get creative around Singapore! Need some inspiration, check out our Singapore content!

Get familiar with us (online & offline) — Interact with us enough and we’ll definitely notice you during the next intake. We read almost every comment you guys leave us whether it’s on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube or TikTok!

We also host community meet ups like weekend hikes and fun activities so look out for announcements on our social channels 🙂

These channels are also where we’ll be announcing open positions so do follow us if you have not:


Other Opportunities with The Travel Intern

TTI Student Ambassadors ProgrammeStudent Ambassador Programme: We’re looking to expand our talent team! If you’re still in uni/poly, love being on camera and are looking for part-time hosting opportunities check out the Student Ambassador programme instead! This is also great for those who can’t take LOA for this internship programme. Head over to the TTI Ambassador Programme page to find out more.

Media Partnerships: If you’re a media platform or agency looking for collaboration opportunities, drop us a mail and we’d love to discuss further.

FAQ — The Travel Intern Programme 2021

If you haven't heard, The Travel Intern Programme is back! We're looking for new blood to join us from Jan – Jun...

Have questions about the application or what working at The Travel Intern is really like? Check out our FAQ page or the articles below by past interns!

If you have questions that aren’t listed there, drop us an email at [email protected].

Meanwhile, follow our adventures on FacebookInstagram and YouTube!

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