Rebel seeks cause

Self-confessed rebel Les Latchman is the latest recipient of a Golin Unternship. The consultancy firm is funding his travels this summer in search of what makes for a happy society. The scheme exists to welcome wider talent from non-traditional backgrounds into the industry.

‘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.

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.

Invitation from the editor

There’s more to university than classes – and you should have more to show for your time there than a degree certificate, writes Richard Bailey. As we prepare for a new academic year, here’s how to make the most of Behind the Spin, whether you’re a student, a graduate, a lecturer or an employer.

Public relations, not private relations

As stories of historical child sex abuse fill the news reports, Robert Minton-Taylor reveals he was abused as a schoolboy and offers his advice to PR students on how to handle unwanted advances in the workplace.