A reflection on three years of internship at Sheffield Hallam University

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Dylan Martens

Intern is a term first used to describe an assistant physician or doctor in training in the 19th century. The word comes from the Latin internus, meaning ‘within’ or ‘inward’. From the etymology of the word, one could assume that the purpose of an intern is to assist with and learn about the internal affairs of an organization. But perhaps a further purpose is to look within and learn about the internal affairs of the self. My three years as a junior, lead and graduate intern at Sheffield Hallam University have come to an end, and I am taking this time to look back at my experiences.


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