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The Times: Internships… via Shell

The Times May 25, 2006

Internships… via Shell

THE Shell Technology Enterprise Programme (Step) gives 1,000 ambitious students a chance to boost their CV with business skills earned on eight-week placements at selected small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). This is not about working for Shell, the oil company.Interns collaborate on projects in R&D, business processes and systems, marketing and manufacturing. Completed projects are outlined in a 1,000-word report and entered into a competition to find the Step “most enterprising student” of the year. Previous winners of the title and £1,000 prize include a University of Warwick student who patented a cellophane bag that automatically cleans water for the firm with which he was placed.

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Students must be in the second or penultimate year of a full-time degree in any discipline at a UK university. Interns are placed regionally and earn £185 a week (tax exempt). There is no travel allowance.

Apply by June 16 at www.step.org.uk.

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