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Career Enhancement Opootunities in the UK in Summer 2015

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Posted: 09/05/2014

Glasscastle ltd.

Glasscastle Ltd designs career enhancement experiences in the UK for international students.

Career Enhancement Opootunities in the UK in Summer 2015
Internship Opportunity
London, Southeastern US
Open Until
Until Filled

The Open Programmes offer unique career enhancement opportunities for emergent professionals in the heritage field. These programmes will enable you to:

  • Go behind the scenes at some of the most significant heritage sites including palaces and stately homes in the UK  

  • Learn from the professionals how to conserve, present and interpret sites and collections

  • Take part in practical hands on activities tackling real challenges

  • Engage in lively challenging debate with the specialists and find out how their careers developed

  • Immerse yourself in history where it happened

  • Handle significant historical artefacts and records

  • Gain invaluable experience and contacts for your resume

  • Benefit from bespoke careers advice about working in the UK heritage sector

  • Visit some of the most delightful and historic parts of England

There are two excellent programmes to choose from for summer 2015:

The Open Palace Programme


The Open Book Programme


These programmes will enhance your experience and extend your career opportunities The breadth and depth of these experiences will offer a richness and diversity with which few individual placements or internships can compare.


How to apply
Visit our websites and click on the application button.
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Phone: 447895243812
3 Main Street
Thorpe on the Hill
Lincoln, LN6 9BG

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