So last week I headed to the Huffington Post for a week of work experience on the Students desk. Having done a fair amount of work experience now, I wasn’t really that nervous for this placement, just looking forward to getting back into the newsroom.
Now I’ve finally completed my internship after eight weeks, I thought that I’d write a short summary of things that I’ve done and learned over the summer. I feel that not only have I added some very valuable assets to my skill set, I have also become a more rounded worker as a result, andContinue reading “Summer internship: what I have learned”
I have been invited by the lovely Harriet Clifford to take part in the “my writing process” blog tour. She is an aspiring Literature student and journalist, and I met her when she became a writer for Kettle Magazine and she has since written for Eat More Cake and My Student Style. You can followContinue reading ““My writing process” blog tour”
*WRITING OPPORTUNITY* Looking for writers to help launch a new and innovative student website at Career Camel. Our vision is to show that going through the process of getting a career doesn’t have to be as boring and serious as everyone makes it out to be. Got the hump because you don’t know what toContinue reading “Get involved with a new writing opportunity”
When I decided that I would take an English Literature degree instead of a Journalism degree, I knew that I would be playing the time management game right from the very beginning.