In university, I completed online courses on the side that were not necessarily to do with my degree. This included online courses in digital marketing to further my passion and knowledge more as it was a great interest to me. As a result, I now want to study for a Masters in the area.
These unique experiences helped me to consider a career in music therapy, a career that I’m not sure I would have the confidence to pursue if it weren’t for my summers at camp.
I’m quite young as well. I’m 21 years old. I don’t find age to be an important factor as such, but I do feel the extra year studying with a MA will help me mature.
Of course, the Covid-19 pandemic does not make it any easier to necessarily get where you might want to be right now. But my best advice for you if you’re looking to get into radio now or in the future is to keep working.
I have been able to hold onto my journalistic side despite moving towards a career in social media by joining some clubs and societies and writing pieces for DCU’s college newspaper, The College View and Her Campus, DCU.
The Camp Counselors USA programme immerses participants in American culture while they live and work at summer camp.
The period that you finish college can be a very tough one. You are so eager to launch into your career. The harsh reality for some is that you don’t always just fall into a job as soon as you get your degree.
Irish Women Abroad was initially an online community of Irish women supporting each other while living away from home.
After spending Summer 2019 working at a camp in New York I am going to share my top 5 tips to help you get a job at summer camp.
I didn’t want to spend the rest of my working life being pushed around to whatever job the bank had for me - I needed to do something I enjoyed. To come to that decision so quickly, I must have known it’s what I wanted to do deep down, but I needed a good reason to follow through.