EPD 206: Fan Mail Friday’s (07/11/2014)

Dear (CSW) Admin Team,

How many applicants do you get for your Summer / Winter internship ?

Sent In By “Applicant Wanted

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How many applicants do you get for your Summer / Winter internship ?

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Remy’s Reply: I’m not sure Erin deals with that.

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Matts’s Reply: Just like Remy, I’m also going to let Erin answer that one, as she is the one who deals with it, understands it the best, and can explain it in the most detail.

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Erin’s Reply: A few hundred applicants at first then we pear that down to 20 then 10 then 4 or 5. The biggest hurtle is that we need your University or College to accept us as a legit placement and each school is different. Requiring different educational needs from how many hours you need to put in. All the way to proof of work done.

We require a syllabus from the College or University head of the department. Before we can move on and you must be registered in a course that matches your placement with (CSW) such as media related or writing related.

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So if you are keen and want all the latest (CSW) news, reviews and features. You can follow us via our main Twitter Page @ https://twitter.com/#!/Computer_Savvy or via Remy’s own personal Twitter Page https://twitter.com/#!/RemySe7en .

 

PS: Just a heads up to all our readership. He does indeed follow everyone back. If you follow him on his own personal Remy “Se7en” Twitter account.

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Till Next Friday,

Erin

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