We value the enthusiasm and support that apprentices and interns bring to our business


More than 850,000 people were earning while learning on apprenticeship schemes in 2013/14, in 240,000 workplace locations across England.

Apprenticeships are available in more than 170 industries covering over 1,500 job roles. There are up to 27,000 vacancies available across England on the apprenticeship.gov.uk website right now. Many successful careers start with an Apprenticeship. On completion, 90% of apprentices stay in employment with 71% staying with the same employer*. With the growth of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, you now have a real alternative to traditional university study, with the opportunity to move your career forward, gain professional skills, status and accreditation – all while in a job and earning a salary. **

If you think a PR Apprenticeship is right for you, get in touch with the PRCA who run a really effective PR apprenticeship scheme.

**Taken from the gov’t guide to apprenticeships


Interns are hugely important for us. In return, the experience they gain ultimately serves to enhance their CVs and their career prospects.

Candidates from schools and universities are encouraged to apply, and are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. The standard length of placement is generally between two and four weeks, and all interns are paid the National Minimum Wage. If you would like to enquire about internship opportunities, please write a letter explaining your interest in working for us. Please email Rowena, and attach your letter and CV. We will try to arrange a placement within the business for you if possible.

Please note that due to the large number of requests for internships, we regret that we cannot respond to every application. We will contact you if we are able to accommodate your request. We will not respond to recruitment agencies.

To learn more about the National Minimum Wage click here.