August 26 2022
If you are one of those students who has passed the 10th or 12th standard board exams and opted for arts, you have picked a stream that has a lot of potential. There are many options with respect to what you can pursue career-wise.
Writing opportunities include copywriting (advertising), content writing (brand building), feature writing (journalism), research writing (academia), and more.
As an intern, your main role will be to persuade selective clients to give your company a shot i.e., the product or service it is known for.
Content creation falls under the broad umbrella of digital marketing. For those who you come alive in front of a camera, this might be the way to go.
Not only will it allow you to hone your technical craft while designing and animating characters, it will also help you to improve your storytelling abilities.
As an intern, you’ll mostly be dealing with legal research. This means burying your head in thick, law books and complex case laws,.
If you are someone who is passionate about social justice concerns, then working for an NGO which works for a cause close to your heart, might be the right door to knock on.
By exploring an internship that is related to your interests, you can make an informed decision about what to pursue post the 12th standard board exams.