Why I left my internship after four weeks

So far, we’ve tried to keep this blog positive, featuring mostly testimonials of our students and pictures of events on the campus. But as we said goodbye at the end of April, looking forward to barging in to the real world, the tough part happened – internships. Sure, the first month of an internship tends to be difficult for everyone. However, one of our students had an unfortunate experience and decided to leave after four weeks. Why? Let’s find out!

Internship hunt: Best practices

We are relieved to say that the internship hunt is over and I wish luck to everyone in their new digital challenge! Many of us had to go through a long and thorough recruitment processes so we had a lot of opportunities to improve our pitch and find a lucky outfit for an interview. Find below our best practices on how to fine-tune your resume or handle a collective interview! Please share more in the comment section.

Humans of Digital Marketing: Amélie

Connoisseur of luxury products, digital marketer by trade and art-enthusiast at heart, Amélie DEMAN is quite the jack of many trades. She is of Vietnamese descent, but was adopted at 2 months old and raised in Lille, France, which she describes as a “dynamic” and young city full of art galleries and museums. Although the city is ideal for her passion of art, Amelie still found herself wanting to explore outside the borders of Lille and expand her professional network.

Happy Hour

The year ended with a celebration of hard work and new beginnings. Students gathered on the terrace and were greeted with tasty dishes, thirst quenching drinks, and varsity jackets to commemorate the year and being a part of the Digital Marketing program. As students mingled amongst themselves on the sunny afternoon, program director Muriel Walas gave a touching goodbye speech.