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Interview with an Intern: Tomoki

Art in Tanzania receives many different interns and volunteers from different parts of the world, all year round. As an intern myself, it is interesting to meet and live among such a diverse group of people, learn about their home countries and what they are doing with Art in Tanzania. 461 more words

Volunteer And Intern

#MondayMotivation: Welcome to 2018!

Happy new year from SOAS Careers! It might be massively clichéd, but January is as good a time as ever to take a look at where you’re at and where you want to be. 135 more words

SOAS Careers

Evening English Class: Interview with Zabron

‘TIA: This Is Africa’ 

Used to explain the laid back, relaxed, African way of living: ‘This is Africa‘ is a common phrase heard around the volunteer compound and Dar es Salaam in general. 675 more words

Volunteer And Intern

Boxing Day at Bahari Beach with Glory of Africa Orphanage

Swapping winter coats for t-shirts & shorts, wellies for flip-flops, and roast dinners for barbecues it’s safe to say Christmas 2017 has been unlike any other for me and spending Boxing Day at the beach with children from the Glory of Africa Orphanage has definitely been a highlight! 344 more words

Volunteer And Intern

Insight From Your Fellow Student: My Summer with the Civil Service

As part of our Student Insight blog series, Harmanjit Sidhu, BA History (grad 2017) and Ambitious Futures Graduate Trainee at SOAS for 2017/18, talks through her recent experience of the Civil Service’s Summer Diversity Internship Programme.  727 more words

SOAS Careers

3 things you should know before interning in Fashion PR

A lot of girls say they want to work in fashion. Most of them only see the glamorous and fun sides of it but sadly it’s not all that pretty. 412 more words


#MySIGPStory: Numaya (WCAS '19) @ Mission Measurement

Numaya Shahriar is a junior in Weinberg College, majoring in psychology with a minor in business institutions and a certificate in integrated marketing communications. Numaya was a 2017 Summer Internship Grant Program (SIGP) recipient. 486 more words

Career Development