Make the most of it! Some tips in a Guardian article should give you an idea of what to do before and while you’re working as an intern or out on placement.
Take a look at STEP – a twelve month paid internship where you will be paired with two east London creative organisations to gain experience in diverse areas of the industry. If successful you will undertake two six month internships.
The basics: you will need to be:
- Resident in one of these East London boroughs: Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham and Waltham Forest.
- 18-30 year olds
- Ambitious to work in the arts and creative industries
Contracts start from October 2017. Full information at www.createjobslondon.org/training-and-events/training-programmes/step.
Application deadline: 31 August 2017
Just graduated? How about spending eight weeks in China in autumn 2017?
Learn Mandarin and take up a five-week internship placement in an industry sector of your choice with the Generation UK – China Autumn Language & Internship Programme!
There are 30 funded places for eligible graduates in Chengdu and Qingdao, a chance to get ahead and boost your employability and cross-cultural awareness. Check out the other opportunities if you’re not able to apply for this Programme.
Submit your application by 31 July 2017 at 23:59 PM (BST). Find out more…
Follow the journey’s of this year’s participants on Instagram and get inspired!
Spend two months next year interning in an industry of your choice – choose from six locations and over 15 industry sectors. Funding covers all internship placement fees, accommodation, comprehensive travel insurance, business and cultural activities, as well as airport pick-up and support throughout your placement.
Open to current undergraduates and recent graduate it’s a great opportunity to get work experience in a different culture. Find out more …
If you’re looking for a summer internship read this article on the efinancial careers website about one student’s experience of working as a campus ambassador for an investment bank and the possible ‘rewards’.
Why should you take the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT)?
- It could lead to a job or internship in the finance industry
- It will help you to evaluate your skills
- It’s a great addition to your CV
- It’s open to all student and recent graduates – all levels and disciplines
- It’s free!
Open to all students – but particularly those who are interested in working in the finance sector.
Get some tips to help you achieve your dream of moving on from an internship to getting a graduate job in the sector by reading this efinancialcareers article giving tips from current analysts, formerly successful IBD interns and career consultants.