The MaltaLovers Student Workplace Programme
The MaltaLovers student workplace programme is a new initiative designed to help students build on their education through in-work experience.
MaltaLovers is keen to provide opportunities to up-and-coming professionals that are hungry to add to their CV - even taking on international graduates through Erasmus+.
At present, we are looking for people who are hungry to build upon their video production experiences to play a key role in marketing content creation strategy.
In 2015, the Maltese tourism industry was valued at €1.6 billion and is a vital asset of the national economy, working with MaltaLovers could be your first step into a media career within this lucrative industrial sector.
At MaltaLovers, we encourage students to apply their skills base to industry, providing them with a supportive and flexible environment to harness their creativity and build their workplace confidence as they prepare to head into the world of work.
So, if you're an ambitious young professional that is looking to build upon their CV and portfolio, gain workplace experience and a reference from a reputable source in the Maltese Tourism industry then email us with your current portfolio (preferably uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo) and a cover letter telling us about yourself and your professional ambitions to firstname.lastname@example.org!
We look forward to hearing from you with regards to this exciting opportunity. To learn more about our activities, check out the 'About Us' section on our Homepage!
Working with the MaltaLovers team has enabled me to build upon my degree and learn a great deal of industry specific knowledge in the field of digital marketing. I was given a lot of responsibilities during my time at MaltaLovers, but was always afforded the time, freedom and support necessary to fulfil my duties. The team are extremely friendly and have passed on skills and knowledge that will be greatly beneficial moving forward with my career.
Joe Thomas, BA (Hons) Business and Management Studies and Erasmus+ intern