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Billie’s Internship Diary

I can’t believe that this is my final blog post! The last six weeks have literally flown by, and I can honestly say that they were the best six weeks of my life. I mentioned that the final assessment process here at Grant Thornton is largely based upon a final presentation made by the intern. I did mine at the end of my fifth week, and invited a host of friends and colleagues including my line-manager (who had to mark me on my performance). I was a little nervous, but ultimately really thrilled by how well it went. I feel that I’d been given ample time by Grant Thornton to do good research, so I knew my topic inside out, and the Bradenham training had given me the confidence to present my findings in a clear and engaging manner. Read this post

Billie’s Internship Diary

Hi, I’m Billie and I’m an intern in the Public Sector Audit team at Grant Thornton’s Euston Square office in London. Having lived in small villages and towns all my life I was feeling a certain trepidation on my first day as I rode the tube to the Finsbury Office where our induction was to take place, however I was quickly put at ease by the friendly welcome given by the firm.

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