Published On: Mon, May 31st, 2010

Graduate Opportunities at Porter Novelli

I received a Tweet the other day from Ziad Traboulsi who very kindly pointed out to me an opportunity that may appeal to SWT readers – that Porter Novelli Novelli are offering paid work experience for graduates looking to take their first steps in the industry.

The Porter Novelli blog does not offer too much information about what the role is except: “If you’re a grad looking for some work experience in PR, we’d like to hear from you.”

However, what I do know is that Porter Novelli is a great, forward thinking company. In short, it would be a great place to get to grips with the industry.

You need to send a CV and covering letter explaining why you want to work in PR and why they should choose you to toptalent[at]porternovelli[dotcodotuk].

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- Marketing Manager with a passion for inbound at HubSpot, Founder of Growth Hack Talks, Blogger at Ben-Cotton.com and Chief Quaffer at CraftySwine.org .

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  1. lemondrizzle says:

    Hi there

    I can offer you some more detail about the job at PN advertised on http://www.pniq.co.uk. Basically the intern will help out various account teams to get the basics of PR, find out what it’s like to work in an agency and get a better idea if it’s the job for them.

    PN has consumer, corporate, technology and healthcare clients including BT, Braun, Gillette, Kraft, Warburtons, Petplan and The Royal Mint.

    We’re a nice, friendly office but very busy, so you’ll get a lot to do. We’re also one of the top global PR agencies so you’ll get a lot of very valuable experience.

    Come and join us, you’ll have a good time.

    Caroline (editor, http://www.pniq.co.uk)

  2. Ben Cotton says:

    Hey Caroline, thanks for coming on here and providing a bit more insight on the opportunities available at Porter Novelli. This sounds like a fantastic chance for a graduate to cut their teeth at one of the industy big hitters.

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