Announcing the results of the Internship Office Photo Competition
We are excited to announce the winner and the two runners-up of the Internship Office Photo Competition 2020.
Despite the unusual circumstances due to Covid-19, there were more than 50 entries from 27 students. A judging panel at the Careers Service had the tough job of deciding on one winner and two runners-up.
Students were asked to submit original and interesting photos that best represented their internship experience, accompanied by a short description. As many students were taking part in remote working internships this year, creativity was key! And the results are…
Anna Clemente, who completed a remote internship with ICHEM (Instituto Chileno de Estudios Municipales)
I really enjoyed my internship. The research topic was fascinating, and it gave me a number of ideas to pursue during my PhD. My supervisor has proposed me to continue working on the project in order to publish an article on the topic, which is a fantastic opportunity for my future academic ambitions.
Ali Anis who did a remote internship with Toynbee Hall
Despite the challenges that come with working from home, the team of interns at Toynbee Hall were still able to make the most of their experience, and play their part in helping tackle inequality.
Lily Tidman who did an in-person internship at Muncaster Castle
Getting to experience the local landscape as part of our research was an unexpected bonus: we were encouraged to explore sites of built and natural heritage linked to our project, such as nearby Chapel's Monument built to commemorate the spot where Henry VI is said to have been found on the run from a battle.