At university, you’re repeatedly told to ‘read around your subject’ to improve your knowledge and make the most out of your degree.
The economy is growing, exciting new businesses are emerging and the job market is heating up.
This morning we at Inspiring Interns opened up our online live chat facility “ to great success!
The knock-on effect of recession means graduates aren't just competing for entry-level jobs against experienced workers: theyâ€™re now competing against them for internships too.
Vikram Sidhu is just coming to the end of his three months interning as a finance assistant. He reflects on his experience, and explains why he is glad he chose to do an internship.
And so, much to my delight, the marketing manager here (aka LeÂ Grande Fromage) has allowed me to continue to blog about my experiences here at Inspiring.
I am currently completing a placement at graduate internship agency called Inspiring Interns.
On the 04/02/2010 the Daily Mail ran anÂ article entitled â€˜The slave labour graduates: Cynical firms are forcing thousands of high flyers to work for nothing – or even making them pay for the privilegeâ€™.
Back in December we reported that the Government was planning to provide Â£8 million of funding to those from disadvantaged backgrounds who would have otherwise been unable to undertake unpaid internships.