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In my first week, I had a lot of freedom to create and produce work of my own that was to be used in the marketing and even creation of future brands. Due to this I have a whole load of work that I can use on my portfolio which will help me pursue creative jobs in the future.

Keisha, 20

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In my first week, I really enjoyed sharing with people, ability to express and discuss my ideas and gain some skills in the workplace. I have learned to always work hard, not limit yourself, always find new ideas.

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In my first week, I loved my work experience which helped me get a job. I learned how to listen to feedback and carefully reflect on ideas, and always do things with grace.

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A work experience is a temporary position that helps people who are looking for a permanent position in a particular field to learn the essential skills they need to enter that field.

Research the fields you have interest in and connect with as many people involved as possible. These professionals can act as great mentors and role models and are often more than happy to share their learnings and experience. Platforms such as our digital embassy and get a job schemes are a great way to bring this to life.

It’s all about putting yourself out there - approaching companies with a showcase of your skills and attributes, whether this be through a video cv or …, will make you stand out from the crowd. If they offer you an interview, make sure to research the company and evaluate how your strengths would apply to the exact company and the role.

An internship is like a trial of a product - but of employment. The organisation will train you in the field of your choice, allowing you to gain experience, build a network and have access to new and exciting opportunities that can boost your professional portfolio when entering your career. This will give you a chance to decide whether this is the right industry for you and is also an opportunity for you to prove to the company that you have the approach and attitude that they are looking for to take you on full time.

The organisation you will join gets to decide the length of your internship, it varies from one organisation to another. However, internships can last between 3 months and 1 year.

Doing an internship has many benefits. You will learn new skills, work with professionals in the domain you are interested in and start building your network. It is a good way to figure out what you really enjoy doing and therefore what career would be the best fit for you.

First you need to do some research about the field or industry you want to get into. Then we advise you to look for career advice or a mentor that will give you the key tools to succeed in your application. We can help check out our Get a Job solution.

There are many examples of cover letters on different websites where you can have a look at examples, but we advise you to follow those few rules when you’re writing your letter: be specific, be honest, be respectful. And believe in yourself! Plus don’t be too modest!

We will help you find them through our website! Additionally, if you are interested in a specific industry or even company it’s good to do research and check if there are any opportunities on their websites or email them. Sites like LinkedIn and Indeed can also help!

No! It’s a great opportunity to have a smooth transition from education to work life and also to make sure you are getting into the right field.

Apprenticeship is ‘learning on the job role’ and it’s always paid. You work alongside experienced staff where you learn practical skills but you also have time in class (about 20%). It usually ends as a full time role. Some also lead towards a qualification.

You get paid to learn on the job - your employer will guide you through the process of entering the industry to ensure that you are equipped with all the necessary skills and knowledge. Alongside working in the role, you will also spend time studying so that you have a wider understanding of the industry. When completed, you are often offered a full time job by the employer or a qualification that can be used to help you get to the next step in your career.

It lasts from one up to 4 years.

Our get a job page can help guide you to securing an apprenticeship. Alternatively, both the government website https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship and https://www.findapprenticeships.co.uk are also trustworthy resources with lots of information about apprenticeships.

When you find an apprenticeship you like, make sure you tailor your cover letter so it fits and is specific for the role you're applying for. Some will need you to upload CV - if you haven’t worked before don’t worry and write about things you learned at school or through different experiences that you think would be helpful in the role you like.

Usually minimal wage per hour however this can be different on a case by case basis. Your normal working hours include working hours, training as it’s a part of your apprenticeship and study towards English and maths qualifications, if they’re part of your apprenticeship