Many project members wish to gain a new real-world working experience, possibly changing career direction in order to move into: creative, history, geography, arts, culture, language, tourism,media, communication, PR, journalism, language, editorial, res
- Berlin, Germany; Barcelona, Spain; Madrid, Spain; Lyon, France; Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Intern Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Spring Break, Summer
- Work Types:
- Arts & Architecture, Education, Fashion, Hospitality, Journalism, Social Sciences
- Program Description:
- PLACES AVAILABLE FOR 2014
City Travel Review attracts applicants each year to work within our study/working gap real-world type placement projects.
Project members are usually undergraduates, postgraduates, young working people taking a short sabbatical, or those taking a gap year or time off before or after College/University.
Project members come from all different backgrounds, with the following purpose to gain valuable diverse working experience to add to their CV/Resume or portfolio and to learn a language from scratch or improve on foreign language skills already acquired.
Many project members wish to gain a new real-world working experience, possibly changing career direction in order to move into: creative, history, geography, arts, culture, language, tourism,media, communication, PR, journalism, language, editorial, research, travel writing, reviewing, design, photography and fashion industries Project members are selected and usually placed in peer groups that have members of the team with complementary skills.
- Setting Description:
- Project members attend language classes on a regular basis usually during the mornings and during the afternoons project members gain and develop hands-on experience working as Travel Researchers/Review Journalists within a project team. Project members are thoroughly involved within the creative team, producing a professional online tourist guide aimed at young people and students visiting a capital city. Information gained in language learning is incorporated within the guide. Project members design the whole guide, from start to finish from layout, photos, graphics/design, interviewing, researching, reporting, proofreading, writing reviews/features for restaurants, bars, cafes, attractions/entertainment, city history, art and culture etc. Project members attend workshops and are aided by an experienced journalist & professional working team. During most afternoons they are out and about on project related visits within the city and surrounding areas. Typical project visits includ
- For those seriously interested just drop us an email requesting a project schedule. Once you know which project you would like to join after reading all details we'll arrange to send you an application via email. Project members then attach a detailed CV/Resume, along with their application and a short e-mail explaining briefly why they would like to be a member of the team. Please note that a project fee includes accommodation, breakfast, airport pickups, language tuition lessons, organisati
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