PR is a very popular career choice amongst graduates – as such competition for internships is fierce. An internship in PR will teach you how to communicate positive messages and stories around a brand or organisation. You’ll shadow individuals organising press briefings, arranging events, liaising with journalists and learn how to write a killer press release.
If you’re a confident communicator, you enjoy writing and your friends describe you as a people-person, check out our PR internships that span opportunities with large PR agencies, smaller agencies and in-house roles. If you’d like a little helping hand with your application, our graduate weapons will help push you over the line.
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