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July 20, 2018

All of B3st’s students have their internship placements in Seville thanks to their places on the Level 3 award in European Community Development. The course is designed to equip professionals starting out on a career in the third sector with the knowledge necessary to work as effective members of a community development group. The course runs alongside their work placements, so they can learn the theoretical principles of community development...

July 16, 2018

Adéla Pokorná came to Brighton for a month with Natálie and four other young creative school-leavers from the Czech Republic, following their ambition to forge careers in graphic design, publishing or photography. 

Where's your internship based, and

what does it involve?

I work at a company called 360, who create graphic designs such as logos, banners, web designs, etc. My placement is in a graphic design company, and I’ve been working...

July 12, 2018

Natálie Tlustošová is from the

Czech Republic and has spent a

month living in Brighton working

for a magazine as a graphic artist. She tells us about her experience

in her work placement and how it's been to live in the quintessential seaside town!

  

What are you doing in your internship?

I’ve been working at BN1 magazine and Photo Atelier with Paul Noble. I’ve been given lots of variety of tasks at my workplace; I start at 10am each day,...

July 9, 2018

What’s your internship placement?

My placement is in Environmental and outdoor education with Ecoeduca, which is an organisation that promotes environmental awareness among children and young people. I’m also helping to teach related subjects at a children’s academy, alongside my work with Ecoeduca.

And how has it been?

It’s been so enjoyable. Environmentalism is what I feel most passionate about, so this placement has been ideal.

It’s a really soc...

July 4, 2018

Hi Hannah! Let's jump straight in. What did you study at university, and why?

I studied zoology at university because I loved biology in school, and I realised that zoology was a ‘fun’ science -  I’m quite curious about the world around me and I think of this subject as science ‘with a face’. It’s easy to connect with and not as dry as I find some sciences. I wanted to invest in something I enjoy.

What attracted you to this internship?

I saw this...

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