Guest post by ClickMechanic Working Hours Let’s make no bones about it, working in a startup is hard! You’ll be part of a small team trying to build things from nothing in a fraction of the time it should take, and this requires a level of dedication that can be lacking in corporate environments.
Grace Morton secured an internship through The Huddersfield Graduate Programme, and reflects on her time within local company MacComms… I initially heard about the MacComms internship from The University of Huddersfield’s Job Shop. I was near completion of my final year studying English Literature and Creative Writing. It was the perfect opportunity to utilise my
So… Summer is finally here and I have finished my first week of my internship at ADC Property Solutions Ltd. My morning starts the same every day, with the sweet smell of coffee from the local coffee shop, gearing myself to catch the 229 Leeds bus at 8:20am to work. The bus journey to
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Abigail secured an internship through The Huddersfield Graduate Programme My first month at Olympus Technologies, what can I say? It’s been a bit of a whirlwind and an absolute blast. I can’t believe I’m already over a month into my internship, it barely feels like 2 weeks have gone by! I’ve been working as a
On Wednesday 24th April we had our Small / Medium Enterprises (SME) day where we brought the benefits of working for SME employers to your attention by hosting an event within the Atrium. We then asked local SMEs if there’s any thing they’d like to say about the opportunities and benefits that can arise with
Walk into most University Careers and Employability Centres and you’ll see lots of glossy brochures from large international companies advertising their graduate recruitment schemes. And there’s no doubt that these jobs are attractive given prospects and salary – but have you considered SME’s? Never heard of a SME? Allow me to explain. They’re ‘Small /