At Penguin the opportunities for employment are wide-ranging and extend into almost every aspect of publishing. Here, we will look in more detail at specific departments and show how each area, in its different way, contributes to the publishing of many wonderful books at Penguin.
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Pearson Diversity Summer Internship Programme:
Pearson plc – Penguin’s parent company runs The Pearson Diversity Summer Internship Programme*, a positive action programme run under Section 37 and 38 of the Race Relations Act which offers bright and talented final year students and graduates from ethnic minority backgrounds the opportunity to work in Pearson’s world leading businesses, including Penguin; other participating companies include The Financial Times, Edexcel, Pearson Vue, The Economist, or Pearson Education, the world’s largest educational publisher.
We offer business internships which last for eight weeks in the following areas:
Internal and External Communications
We also offer Journalism internships at the Financial Times which last for twelve weeks.
We offer a training allowance of £1, 100 a month; a generous holiday allowance and a full training and development programme. For more information and details on how to apply visit: http://summerinternships.pearson.com; the closing date for applications is the 31st March each year.