Information Services Group: Student Employee Blog

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Student Intern Guide to Lunches at Argyle House

Reading Time: 4 minutes Mew is working as a Digital Skills Trainer, she took part in the publishing of the Digital Skills Awareness course…

How I Survived My First Office Job

Reading Time: 3 minutes Last summer, as I worked eight hour Fringe shifts as a kitchen porter, I fantasised about one day being able…

Succeeding at Failure

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Employ.Ed internship often emphasises the project that, as an intern, you will be working on. The “Project” – to…

The Final Countdown

Reading Time: 3 minutes 10 weeks sounds like so long. Over two months!  Even at 5 weeks into this internship I thought “wow, I’m…

What Does This Cable Do?

Reading Time: 4 minutes I found a cable today whilst doing my daily room-surveys which I have never seen before. I am four weeks…

GIF Me The Cake

Reading Time: 3 minutes So, what do you actually do?!  To be honest I’m still not 100% sure but I’m loving it. Work life ain’t so…

The Lessons of Love Island

Reading Time: 4 minutes There seems to be only two constants in my life this summer, working at an office full time and watching…

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