If you're a college-age person in the Kansas City, Missouri or Vancouver, B.C. areas who would like to get some experience in our strange little industry, have we got a deal for you. We're now considering applications for summer internships here at TR. We're a little fuzzy on the plans still, but you'll likely be following one of us around, helping out as needed. That means we can use people who want to help with testing hardware, handling data, writing, marketing the site, and crucially, polishing Geoff's bikes. The pay will be zero to minimal, so this is about the experience, folks.
If you're still interested after learning that, please drop us a line with a resume and a note about your areas of interest. Serious inquiries from those in the areas we've stated only, please.
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