The Essay prize is open to Business, Economics and Finance students either in their penultimate year of their first degree and have a predicted grade of 2:1 or above; or final year students who have a place on a Masters course for 2014.
The top 6 essays chosen by a panel of judges will win either a cash prize or an amazon voucher and the chance to attend an assessment centre at our office in London to win an Internship of 8 – 10 weeks for summer 2013.
The competition deadline is 14th December 2012.
Cyber Security Challenge UK is a national competition backed by GCHQ and industry sponsors including HP, PwC and BT, aiming to bring more talented people into the Cyber Security profession.
The Challenge runs a series of exciting national competitions aimed at raising awareness of cyber security careers and providing hands-on experience of these jobs. Competitions are free to enter and vary from online to face-to-face challenges, which put a range of technical and practical skills to the test.
Moon Project is accepting writers for the online magazine – they are offering the chance to submit articles and have them professionally edited and published onto the main website page. This will, in turn, help boost your CV and add to your chances of finding a job in this incredibly competitive field of work. Furthermore, your work will be viewed by thousands of readers and the occasional author may be offered a job through us by other interested parties.
On top of this, they are also offering a marketing and editing internship for eligible candidates who seem up to the task. Applications should be made to email@example.com. More details on both the internship and the potential benefits for new authors can be found on the website.
Run in conjunction with the Royal Society of Portait Painters Annual Open Exhibition, SELF shortlisted works will form an exhibition of works alongside our annual show.
Apply online open from 22 November 2012 – 21 February 2013
Each year, the World of Difference UK programme gives 500 people the chance to work for a UK charity of their choice, and get paid – either full-time for two months or part-time for four. Applications for the 2012 World of Difference UK programme are now open. Ready to donate yourself?