I graduated from university this summer with an undergraduate master’s degree in biochemistry. Although I had thoroughly enjoyed carrying out two different laboratory-based research projects during my time at university, I decided I wanted to see where my degree could take me without the need to wear a white coat and goggles.
My first few weeks at Prepress Projects flew by in a blur of training sessions and getting to grips with new things. I very quickly learned to style documents, brushed up on my proofreading symbols, and was taught how to use more complex features in Microsoft Word, like wildcards, to help me work more efficiently.
Last summer, I was one of two interns selected for the Prepress Projects internship programme. A couple of months into the internship, I was offered a full-time position as a Project Editor. Before starting at Prepress Projects, I had some experience of publishing, having previously interned with a number of different publishing companies while I was at university. However, with … Read More
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