That first creative placement
Joe Heston-Ellis gives some valuable tips on what to expect from your first placement and how to handle it.
So you’ve bagged yourself your first placement. Well done. Congratulations! Have a beer on me!
While you are probably rather proud of yourself there is no doubt a little bit of nervousness inside as you’re about to step foot into the real world of work where, possibly, you only have a week or two to impress.
So here are a few tips on what to expect and how to make best use of your placement.
Do your research
You know what the agency has done and what it has won, but make sure you also know the people who work there. Get on their website or LinkedIn and find out who’s who.
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