Finding a job can be a challenge, especially if you don’t have experience. Unfortunately, you need to obtain a job before you can gain experience. Whether you are a high-schooler, undergrad or postgrad, you will find something suitable for you in this article.
Excel, Explore, Experience!
Why should I apply for internships?
Gain valuable work experience
The hands-on work experience interns receive is invaluable and cannot be obtained in a classroom setting, making this one of the most important benefits of internships. In addition to learning the specialized skills of a particular field, transferable skills such as communication, teamwork, and computer proficiency are also obtained in an internship, fully preparing interns to enter the workforce upon graduation.
Explore a career path
Exploring is an important part of the college experience, and internships are a great way for students to discover their true passion. By graduation, students who interned are more likely to feel confident they chose the right degree.
More likely to be accepted
Many companies use internships as a way to enhance their recruitment efforts. In some cases, a company may decide to hire an intern at the end of the assignment. And if you are still a school student, internship certificates will add to your application a lot.
Currently available internships
Uthhub media and journalism internship:
Are you interested in producing original content for all kinds of viewers? Uthhub’s internship will give you an opportunity to learn the proper method for pursuing a story and producing content that will engage the audience. For your own safety, this is a 2-week online internship that will start on the 25th of July.
No previous experience or specific age is required. All we need is some creativity and responsibility. You don’t want to miss this chance!
The positions offered include writers, graphic designers, content creators, and researchers. Here is the application form: https://forms.gle/r9t9rYZcVGDmA7LH8
Uthhub’s Instagram: https://instagram.com/uthhub?utm_medium=copy_link
Uthhub’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uthhhub/
Leap development hub marketing Internship:
Calling all business-passionate students out there! One of the reasons why this internship is suitable for everyone is that it requires no experience. Not only that, but also you can be an undergrad or postgrad.
Job categories needed include PR, Advertising, Marketing, and Media.
In this intern, you will develop a preliminary social media plan for July and August. Work out final details with marketing supervisor and update accordingly- Leap Preschool/Leap Camps and Grip ‘N Climb. As well as researching competitors and other similar regional and global players’ digital and promotional strategies and bring in insights of what we do better and what we could improve on- Leap Camps and Grip ‘N Climb.
Take into consideration that this is a paid internship.
Apply through this link: https://wuzzuf.net/internship/kGYVGwbkF9E7-Marketing-Intern-Leap-Development-Hub-Cairo-Egypt?l=cup&t=bj&a=Internships-in-Egypt&u=google/cpc/Search_Job_Seeker_Campaign/-/-&o=3&utm_source=referral&utm_medium=other&utm_campaign=site-share-guest-internship
Application Deadline: 1/8/2021
Internship Start date: 5/8/2021
Duration: 3 months
EL Shai magazine Journalism Internship:
The first batch will be starting on the 1st of July, and there will be having another batch on the 15th of July and a third one on the 1st of August.
You don’t need many requirements, just some willingness to learn, commitment, and you to be proactive.
The unpaid internship will be a two-week program, where you get to learn the basics, and you can later extend to make sure you get enough time to get the real experience.
Programs will include:
- Arabic and English Writing and Content Creation
- Social Media Management
- Graphic Design
- Research and Fact-Checking
- Video and podcast content creators, interviewers, and presenters
- Photography and videography (need to have your own cameras)
Best part? This is a remote internship, but you will still have working hours!
All work will be from home, depending on Zoom meetings and weekly face-to-face meetings.
If you’re interested in applying, send an email at email@example.com with the position you’re interested in as a subject for the email, and explain why you want to join and why should they pick you! Yet, don’t forget to mention your favorite fruit at the end of the email!
For more info: https://www.instagram.com/p/CQlDp4CrQFi/?utm_medium=copy_link
If your age is between 13 – 17, Hamleys is giving you the chance to apply for a 4 week (PAID) internship program at their branches. No specific requirements are needed. All you got to do is send your CV to this email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you ready to save the environment by interning in an eco-friendly brand? This is a 6-week internship based in Sahel’s Lake Yard, starting on either the first of June or the 15th of July.
For this one a Fluent English speaker is needed in addition to preferably experience in sales or customer.
In this internship you will work on the front sales desk, to help customers navigate the store. Besides gaining stock management experience, you will get paid.
For application: https://eg.linkedin.com/jobs/view/sales-intern-at-up-fuse-2509135885
For more info about the brand: https://instagram.com/upfuse?utm_medium=copy_link
Bashaer Student Union Internship:
Have you got what it takes? This is a call upon all Bashaerians to contribute to a genuine change. If you’re willing to actively stimulate a change in your society (one little change at a time), then that’s for you. How about being part of an amazing organizing committee. If you feel that you can take on the responsibility fill the form below. This is another internship with no requirements.
Application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDFlvHsDV0aSHod1Vy9vynPKeW6ZXvci0X-Dud_u6VS9agvw/viewform?usp=send_form
Instagram page for more info: https://instagram.com/bsu.21?utm_medium=copy_link
How to get the best out of the internship?
Get to know your co-workers
Check with your supervisor to learn about ways you can interact with your new colleagues. That might include short video calls to introduce yourself. Regardless of the format, an internship is a great way to learn from others and their work experiences. Find out more about their career paths and what they do in their roles, and ask for advice on your own career options.
Be a go-getter
Taking initiative is a skill that many employers desire in their employees. Focus on how you can excel at tasks that are within your abilities. This includes
- Managing and completing tasks before deadlines
- Volunteering to take on extra work
- Seeking answers before asking your supervisor
- Proposing a project idea to your supervisor
Ask for feedback
While employers don’t expect perfection from interns, they do want to see that you’re learning and improving. Use your internship as an opportunity to understand your strengths and weaknesses.