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Placement Profile – Deciding to Complete Your Professional Placement on Campus

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In our newest Placement Profile we spoke to Campus Jobs Help Desk team member Caitlin, who gave us the low down on her time doing a professional placement here on Campus. So Tell us about yourself… I’m Caitlin, a fourth-year Consumer Behaviour and Marketing student at the University of Reading. Where did you do your …

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Undergraduates: what is the Reading Internship Scheme?

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                The Reading Internship Scheme is exclusively for University of Reading undergraduate students. The scheme provides you with the chance to secure 4-8 week, paid, internship opportunities with small to medium sized employers. Giving you the chance to make a real impact on your internship. Book onto this …

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Finding internships and work experience

                Want to build your work experience? We encourage all students to complete at least two internships throughout their undergraduate degree. Internships are available for all year groups, from Part one to final year students. Come to this 50-minute, practical session and find out: – The basics: terminology, timeframes for applications …

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Finding internships and work experience

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Want to build your work experience but are unsure where to start? Come to this 50-minute, practical session and find out: – The basics: terminology, timeframes for applications and where internships are advertised; – How to identify sources of internships and work experience specific to the area you are targeting; – Help with making proactive, …

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Internships: Your easy route into work

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Owen Wright, Digital Marketing Executive at Intern Avenue  Internships at Reading – your route into work Have you been put off internships because you think they are unpaid? Don’t be. Unpaid internships are illegal. And they’re dying out.

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