Paid internships

Internships are a brilliant way to gain practical and relevant work experience. You will be able to see if the career you were thinking about really is the one for you and it will look great on your CV.

Our paid internships are designed for university and college leavers in order to help you to develop invaluable skills with hands on experience in the working world.

We have internships across a range of departments, teams and locations, from Graphic Design to Business Administration. You will receive between £15,807 - £16,781 a year and will be placed on a fixed term contract which can vary from three months to a year.

You can look forward to the support and guidance you need, especially when undertaking new tasks. However, when you find your feet we’ll give you more and more responsibilities and independence.

There are no internships currently available. More opportunities will become available in the near future.

Work experience

We have lots of different services that offer work experience opportunities to 14-19 year olds through our YC Hertfordshire team.

Want to spend some time with us to find out what we do and gain some key working skills? Get in touch with your school’s Careers Co-ordinator or email for more information.



Traineeships are a great way to increase your career chances by providing you with valuable work skills and improving your confidence to achieve your next step.

Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service (HAFLS) are offering a business and adminsitration traineeship scheme for Hertfordshire residents aged 19-24.

We'd ask you to attend 4-5 days a week, for up to 12 weeks to develop workplace skills in:

  • Administration
  • Maths
  • English
  • Employability skills (such as CV writing)

By the time you finish, you'd have increased confidence and will be able to plan your next steps into the world of work, apprenticeships or further education.

You'll also get a Gateway Qualification at Level 1 in Skills for Business and Administration and achieve City and Guilds qualifications in Maths and/or English (unless you already have A-C at GCSE).

During your time, you'll complete a 6-8 week work experience placement with a Hertfordshire employer.  Work experience is unpaid but you will receive a contribution towards your daily travel and lunch costs.

Who we're looking for

We want 19-24 year olds who aren't currently in education or employment and who haven't already obtained a full Level 3 qualification. Whilst GCSEs are desirable, they aren't essential as we will assess your levels before you start.

Most importantly, you'll need to be motivated to learn, be ready to apply yourself in a work environment, have a positive attitude and be ready to develop your skills for your future career. 

How to apply

Contact Helen Castellon on for more information.

Adult social care traineeships

We're looking for young people who are passionate about people and thinking about getting into adult social care.

Our traineeship will provide you with practical experience and knowledge into what it's like to work in adult social care. You'll be a valued, trusted part of the team, helping senior staff provide basic day to day care and support people to be independent.

The programme lasts for 12 months, starting in September. We'll give you a contract, £110 per week and 6 weeks paid holiday.

You'll also get a:

  • BTEC Level 1 Award in ‘Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care’
  • BTEC Entry Level Award in ‘Health and Social Care’
  • Level 1 Certificate in Health and Social Care

You'll be closely mentored and supported throughout the programme. At the end of your contract, we'll support you to progress to a Level 2 Health and Social Care Apprenticeship, get a job or help in getting extra social care qualifications.

Who we're looking for

This programme is for young people aged 16-24 who have a real interest and passion for care and looking after others. There are no other entry requirements.

How to apply

Email or call 01438 843269 for more information.


Support if you have a disability

If you have a disability or mental health issues and are finding it difficult to access employment, you might be able to get extra help to apply from Work Solutions

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