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, and can add a whole lot more to my portfolio!
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 follow her on Twitter here.
So anyway, here goes. Four questions, four answers.
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 to do with your life? Well, stop complaining… Check out our blog instead and get a job!
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.