‘Pay to stay’ promise to interns

As London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for employers to help with staff housing costs in London, Golin is to offer paid flat shares and help with London living expenses to those selected for its paid internship scheme.

Could you live without your smartphone for two months?

´╗┐´╗┐London art student and tech-addict 22-year-old Chloe Abrahams is being paid to take a two-month adventure without her smartphone. The trip is being supported by Golin and she will return to a paid placement in their London office.

Want to work in PR? Take an internship

PR graduate Chris Bennett, account director at Finn PR, describes how a placement kick started his career and offers some practical advice on how to secure a PR internship.

How a film geek turned an internship into a permanent role

Abi Morris graduated with a degree in Media and Communication, then faced the problem of getting her foot on the career ladder. A love of film – and an animated plea for work experience – did the trick and she now has a permanent role at Limelight PR – who are now looking for another graduate trainee.

Ditch the CV and pitch your adventure

Golin has today launched an internship that pays you not to come to work, as it aims to make the PR, marketing and media sector more representative. The Unternship offers a fresh approach to recruiting that casts aside the traditional CV; instead, prospective candidates pitch a bite-sized idea for their two-month adventure in the most creative way possible.