Success stories — interns

1. Maisie Golding, Wall to Wall productions

Maisie Golding Change100 2015Maisie spent her summer on placement with Wall to Wall, one of the leading producers of factual and drama programmes (including The Voice UK, Who Do You Are? and New Tricks). Maisie worked within the production team and learned lots about a career in the industry.

Read more about Maisie's experiences and about the support she received from the company.

2. Max Dilke, SABMiller

Max Dilke Change100 2015For his placement Max was part of the Learning and Development Team at SABMiller, the second largest brewing company in the world.

Learn more about Max’s time with SABMiller and his tips for managing disability in the workplace.

3. Anna McCarthy, SABMiller

Anna McCarthyFor her Change100 internship, Anna joined SABMiller, a global beer and soft drinks business and the world's second largest brewer. She worked in the Group Talent Management team, a subsection of the HR department.

Read how at ease Change100 and SABMiller made Anna feel about disclosing her disability.

4. Sophie Stowell, Barclays Retail Bank

Sophie StowellSophie applied to Change100 at the end of her penultimate year at the University of Cambridge, where she is reading natural sciences. Despite her excellent academic background, she was nervous at the idea of undertaking an internship, worrying about the support she might need in the workplace.

Find out how Change100 gave Sophie an invaluable start into the working world.