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February 1st-5th

I FINALLY turned 18 and was able to start at my internship a week later at the local coroner’s office. The first day there I was just told a lot about what goes into the job of a deputy coroner and was shown a lot of the paperwork that is required every time someone dies. 567 more words


Cataloging and Trees

This week has been spent cataloging a few piles of audio/visual objects mostly in the form of DVDs. By “few piles” I mean close to 100 individual objects (if I have learned anything in this internship it is that any task that looks like it will take a little time will always take more time and anything that looks like it will take more time will take a lot of time). 169 more words

Application Process

Question: Can you tell me about the application process of the internship and who do you recommend this experience for? (Kat – Canada)

Amanda: So the IYIP process is funded by the Canadian government, but they don’t actually do the hiring.   570 more words


On 'Medicine'

As my year of Clerkship comes close to an end, I must say I have learned and experienced a lot. That is not to say I cannot have more, but it is to say that I am coming out of the experience a better doctor and more importantly, a better person.  363 more words


Jobs, internships & negotiations

Towards the end of my bachelors at London Met we had a guest lecturer coming in from Somerset House, to talk to us about her career and how she landed the job as a Marketing Manager. 193 more words