We say goodbye to two amazing interns and look back on their experience at their time at Fuel PR.
“I cannot believe that my short time at Fuel has already come to an end. From the first time I met everyone I felt like part of the team. During my time here I was exposed to the real world of public relations and it taught me more than any class could ever. Though this was not my first internship, I was given more responsibility and freedom than my previous placement. Everyone at Fuel was extremely welcoming and helpful from the first day. I was never bored during my time here, I was given plenty of engaging and interesting work to do, without being overwhelmed. I greatly appreciate the opportunities I was given to do creative projects as opposed to just filling out press lists and researching all day, like my previous internship experience. I will definitely take the skills that I have learned here forward in to my future career endeavours. I will miss everyone here at Fuel, and I can only hope that I end up working for a place filled with such warm and hardworking people in the future.”
“When I first got the opportunity to work at Fuel PR, I was excited but also nervous. I had never had an internship before, let alone in another country, so I didn’t know what to expect at all. However, I decided to leap headfirst and just take on any challenges that would come my way. Luckily, I was immediately welcomed into the company and treated as one of their own from day one. I was given tasks to do and the trust to do them which I appreciated, because I’d always heard horror stories of interns just making copies and coffee for their entire time at the office. I was talking directly to journalists, bloggers, and influencers by the second day. As my time at Fuel comes to an end, I feel bittersweet. I will miss my co-workers and the environment here, but I also feel happy that I had a good experience with the company. The skills I learned at Fuel will translate to my next internship and help me in the future, so I’m so glad I was given the opportunity to develop them.”
For more information please contact Sophie (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Fuel PR.