I like to think of internships like dipping your toe in the waters of your potential career; testing the water to see if it’s too hot, or too cold and if it’s okay to swim in. For this reason, internships have long-prevailed as the premium method of acquiring hands-on workplace skills. I feel that exposing yourself to new situations is the best way to learn, although, undertaking unpaid work is a tremendous decision, and it’s not one that should be made lightly.
Pitching a project is a core aspect of many BCM classes. Therefore, it is a skill that you will quickly have to master. It can be very difficult to navigate complex marking criteria and produce a compelling and engaging pitch. So, we’ve brought together some BCM veterans to give you the do’s and don’ts of pitching projects.
The first year of university study can be a daunting one. There’s no question that the switch to online learning and working from home during the current COVID-19 pandemic has further added to the stressors involved with this first year. But not to worry! Below you will find some tips to get you on top of your university work and allow you to do the best that you can under the circumstances.