Yep – when we saw the title of Natasha Hodgson’s slideshow, we thought she was joking, too. But it happened. Because she’s stonkingly brilliant.
A pretty strong consensus exists among employers on what’s hot to trot during an interview – and what’s definitely not. We did the round-up, and here’s what they have to say on the matter. Continue reading Interview Tips: Don’ts, Dos, And Some Surprising Good News
What’s stopping you getting a job you love? Well, according to a report published this week, it might just be something really, really simple. We’ve compiled a list of our top ten skills employers want- and shown you exactly how to get them. With the aid of some space games, some boxed cats and a surrealist compliment generator. Continue reading Skills Employers Want You To Have And How To Get Them: An Enternships Guide
As Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson cavort across cinema screens with generation-gap buffoonery featuring fist bumps and technological mishaps in The Internship, we got thinking about how the conventional internship – traditionally a preserve of students and recent graduates – is no more… Continue reading Reckon Internships Are Only For The Young And Hip?
What exactly is it that top PR agencies are looking for in their young recruits? Don’t worry guys, your spies over at Enternships are on the case… Continue reading How To Succeed In PR: “Passion, Creativity and Drive…”
Taking control of a corporate Twitter account is a bit like having kids – it’s truly amazing that you don’t have to have any sort of training to do it. For better or for worse, social media is increasingly becoming the way in which a business communicates its brand, and there’s nothing quite like the satisfaction of the big dogs get it spectacularly wrong. Like asking Donald Trump to do the Harlem Shake, it’s clear that some titans of technology just don’t mix.
McDonalds #mcdstories Continue reading How Not To Tweet: the most glorious disasters of social media
As desperately clever as we are here at Enternships, occasionally it’s good to gather together wisdom from elsewhere. Nelson Sivalingam; CEO of One Minute London (the UK’s first online video-based reservation website), leader of Barking Mad film and video productions as well as IndyBrown.TV – one of the UK’s leading South Asian entertainment channels, seemed like an excellent bet… Continue reading Nelson Sivalingam, One Minute London: The 5 Things Every Creative Should Know