Insights of an Intern
I remember hearing about the Seven Hills internship at my university graduate fair. As an English student, I was interested in a career that would enable me to write, and the internship sounded like a great opportunity to put those skills into practice.
I am now a full-time campaign executive here, but settling in would have been far more difficult if not for my internship. It was invaluable for me to get to grips with Seven Hills and its clients. From working on pitches to journalists and writing opinion pieces to organising events and running social media, the work is fast-paced and varied.
One of the first things I worked on during my internship was Seven Hills’ annual Change Makers Summit. I was able to help coordinate the campaign spotlights, write briefing documents and set up the space ahead of the summit, which was being held at the U.S. Embassy – I felt really lucky to have been able to play a significant role in putting an event together at such a prestigious venue. The best part though was obviously being able to attend the event itself – the panels and discussions were brilliant and it really demonstrated the variety of incredible work Seven Hills is involved in.
Throughout the internship, something that particularly stood out was the working environment here – everyone is really friendly and welcoming and I immediately felt part of the team. Nothing is too small to ask and everyone’s always happy to help explain anything to you that you might not understand.
The internship at Seven Hills is not like your average work experience – you’re not just making tea or photocopying files but actually get to be involved in the everyday work of the company and really be valued for what you do.
I’m so grateful for the experience of being an intern here at Seven Hills and I would recommend anyone and everyone to apply – you won’t regret it!