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Work Experience Week in Cambridge
We offer an intensive week of work experience for Year 10 students from the Parkside Federation in Cambridge. Parkside students choose a placement in one department, and they have their own mentor who sets up projects for them, and introduces them to colleagues within the department.
Publishing Open Days in Cambridge
We work with local schools in Cambridge to offer publishing open days for up to sixty students each day.
The open days include practical workshops on how to make a book, how to make an eBook, an HR session on the importance of first impressions, a focus group on developing mobile apps, and a talk from the University of Cambridge on accessing learning opportunities.
Summer Internship Program in New York
Our New York office runs a Summer Internship Program, which is a great opportunity for those looking to begin their careers in publishing. Interns gain an insight into the operations of a global publishing house, as well as valuable contacts and hands-on experience, which can be instrumental in gaining employment.
Intern positions are available in the following areas:
- Digital publishing
- Information technology
The positions are spread across three product groups: Academic and Professional, Journals, and English Language Teaching.
Interns work a full-time schedule for up to eight weeks during the months of June and July. The aim of the programe is to create a learning experience for our interns and each week a different director presents and discusses their group's functions, challenges, and career trajectories.
Anglia Ruskin MA in Publishing
Further your career with a recently developed postgraduate Masters in Publishing at Anglia Ruskin University. Cambridge University Press played a pivotal role in creating the course, which covers subjects such as creativity and content, managing the publishing business, and contracts and rights.
Experienced tutors are supplemented by frequent master-classes from professionals working in publishing.
Find out more at www.anglia.ac.uk