On the 28th May, the French, Italian and German governments spoke out about the urgent need to combat youth unemployment, sparking action to rescue what is becoming a ‘lost generation’ of 16-24 year olds. Tonight, Wayra Enternships– currently offering paid internships in the UK and Dublin – launches in Munich, promising brand new opportunities to the unemployed youth of Germany. It’s in our startups and SMEs that hope lies, and it’s vital that these governments provide the support and resource needed for their small companies to grow.
So the thing is, no-one likes a boaster. It’s not cool, it makes a terrible first impression, and anyone in the near vicinity is likely to take the money for that drink they were going to buy you, and spend it on heavy clods of dirt to throw in your eyes. But dammit, it’s what you’re going to have to do. A good CV is a beautifully presented, unapologetic boast, and remember; people who exchange drink money for dirt clods are idiots and don’t deserve your attention. Continue reading 10 steps to writing the world’s greatest CV
The best thing – hands down – about working at Enternships is hearing inspiring tales from our candidates. It seems that so many students and graduates leave university unsure of what their next step should be, unaware of the IMMENSE possibilities ahead of them – and that’s where we come in. Elitsa was one such ambitious dreamer, lost until she stumbled across a certain website (too dramatic? Don’t blame us, we love us a good story)… Continue reading Enternships Changed My Life: a Tale of Victory
So what exactly marks out going for a marketing job in a startup from generic job scrambling? Having conquered the challenge himself, DTCW Communications founder and author Dominic Tarn wants to give you the inside scoop… Continue reading How To Get a Job in Marketing And Impress A Startup: Always Be Prepared
We’re delighted to announce that our very own Rajeeb Dey has been selected as one of this year’s Marketing Academy Scholars. A great recognition of young entrepreneurs; it hopefully will mean ever more promotion of the kind of impact graduates and emerging startups can make. Continue reading Enternships CEO Rajeeb Dey awarded Marketing Academy Scholarship
Today sees the second of the Lord Young’s reports in his capacity as the Prime Minister’s advisor on small business and enterprise. And we’re all over it. Whilst the first one (published May 2012) centred more on the trials and tribulations of setting up a business – as well as what could be done to make it easier for all involved– the second focusses more on growing a business. Buckle up; we’re giving you a whistle-stop tour of the key points, and what they’ll mean for you hearty, glorious entrepreneurs. Continue reading Lord Young’s Report May 2013: 5 Things Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know
In our Unrecruitment mission statement, we said that we wanted to give power back to those applying for jobs, providing training and insight for everyone that took the time to apply for a role. Only fair, right? Teaming up with Havas and The Spring Project, we wanted to create a new system of employment in the hiring of 13 talented young digital interns. How did it go? Read on… Continue reading How To Hire An Intern: Unrecruitment Offers A New Alternative…
Sure, we bang on about how wonderful it is working in a startup like Enternships, but that’s not to say that it’s for everyone. Before you’ve even contemplated diving into the heady world of the entrepreneur, maybe turn your ear to what our very own Corissa Nunn has to say about the shift from corporate to startup… Continue reading Working At A Startup: The Good, The Bad, And The Brilliant.
Remember that time we launched our Wayra Enternships site to get amazing new paid internships to the people of the UK? Well, we’re very excited to announce that we’re growing at a lovely and terrifying rate. This week, we launched in Dublin, promising amazing opportunities for the young entrepreneurs of Ireland.