I saw the Arts and Entertainment Intern application a mere day before the position was due to close. Scrabbling around for the required technology, I set to videoing myself - spilling forth the many reasons I believed myself to be worthy of the chance – and typing (not to mention typing some more, deleting and re-typing) out answers to all kinds of questions. Upon starting as an Intern here (and jumping that proverbial fence having worked in Film PR for two years), I have been handed an opportunity which allows my writing to be posted onto the website daily, encouraged to pitch creative future feature ideas and found myself part of a team of people whose words I have long been reading. A news story of mine - about the box office success of The Inbetweeners 2 – made its way onto the official Inbetweeners Facebook page - and consequently into the homes of their 4.5 million followers. It is moments such as these (just a week and a half in) that propel me forwards. The opportunity to become an Intern at The Telegraph is rivalled only by the endless opportunities that arise when you become an Intern here.