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Emily Green reflects on her work experience at Murray Bridge News
The Tyndale Christian School year 10 student has spent five weeks' worth of Wednesdays at our office. Here's what she has learned.
This post was contributed by Emily Green.
After searching for work experience and getting nowhere, Murray Bridge News was happy to have me even though they were busy with their new Murraylands Life magazine being released.
Here I have learned a lot about the ins and out of running a multimedia company, from sitting in to a Murray Darling conference, recording stuff with 5MU and Power FM, to helping with the behind the scenes things such as learning how to do cold calls with Jane Intini and distributing the magazine around the Bridge.
The skills and experience I’ve gained spending five Wednesdays in and around the office will stick with me for my life.
All the amazing people I have met on this journey have impacted me in many ways such as my confidence and my career paths in the future.
I’m grateful that they were able to have me and I would recommend Murray Bridge News if you’re interested in journalism, multimedia or anything in this field.
Thank you Peri and the crew for having me.
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