Back To School: Ten Things We Can Learn From Our Younger Selves

It’s back to school for tiny tots all over the country- and it strikes us we’ve been just the tiniest bit biased in our reporting so far. We’ve got advice for entrepreneurs, advice from Romans, advice for candidates, advice from sharks, advice for job hunters of all shapes and sizes- but nothing for or from the under fives. Who, as everyone knows, are the wisest of the wise. Continue reading Back To School: Ten Things We Can Learn From Our Younger Selves

Interview Tips: Enternships’ 10 Steps To Being The Best

The Interview: How To Ace It, In Ten Easy Steps

So. Your CV and cover letter, made glorious with our handy guides, have scored you an interview. Well done you! Huzzah! Continue reading Interview Tips: Enternships’ 10 Steps To Being The Best

5 Habits To Give Up For Lent (to worry about after the pancakes)

So sure, yesterday was all about gorging your skin off with delicious, gooey treats – but now we’re on Lent duty. We know exactly what habits any opportunity seeker should give up this fun-free season, and we’ve handily laid them out for you to gaze upon as you lie in a post-pancake stupor.  Continue reading 5 Habits To Give Up For Lent (to worry about after the pancakes)

5 questions to ask before you submit an application

For better or for worse, here at Enternships HQ we’re privy to a lot of conversations around The Best Way To Apply For A Job. In a way, we like to think of ourselves as glorious employment spies, except that we’re rubbish at keeping what we learn secret, and our clothes are more colourful. With this in mind, we wanted to create a question check-list for our candidates, so that you can be sure every application you submit is face-explodingly brilliant. Continue reading 5 questions to ask before you submit an application

How To Write A CV: 5 things to avoid

When thinking about how to write a CV, it’s always vital to make a good impression. This is your chance to offer a brief snapshot of your skill set, qualifications, best attributes and to detail why an employer should hire you. But are there things you absolutely shouldn’t do? We’re afraid so… Continue reading How To Write A CV: 5 things to avoid

How To Write A Cover Letter: The Basics

Think about this for a minute; do you know how to write a cover letter? In the whirling haze that is job-searching, it can often be easy to miss a vital step along the way – ending up careening into a career-less vortex. And no-one wants to end up in a vortex. Continue reading How To Write A Cover Letter: The Basics

5 New Year Resolutions All Grads Should Keep

So, Christmas is over; you’re fat, unattractive and your face is covered in what seems to be cranberries mixed with the innards of a discount cracker. This is no way to ring in the new year. It’s time to dust yourself off, remove that ridiculous jumper and look forward to 2013 – seeing as the Mayans got it wrong it looks like we’re charging relentlessly towards it. Continue reading 5 New Year Resolutions All Grads Should Keep

SUCCESS! From entern to employee at Sustainable Home Survey

We love tales of success, and we love sharing them with you. Especially when they’re chock-full of reasons why Enternships is so bloomin’ great. Like so many of us, recent grad Agnes Czako felt lost in a sea of faceless job applications. But one great Enternship later, and she’s fully employed in a job she loves. Read on, and set your tear-ducts to misty…  Continue reading SUCCESS! From entern to employee at Sustainable Home Survey