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Wolfestone Offers Internship Programme

02-10-2011 12:54 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Wolfestone Translation Ltd

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Swansea, United Kingdom (28 January, 2011) - Wolfestone, a leading language translation company offering translation services across all languages, offer young people a range of invaluable experiences with their internship programme.

Internships can provide applicants with life experience in an area that would otherwise be inaccessible to them. The leading language translation provider Wolfestone offers work experience internships in their busy commercial environment. During the internship, interns will learn all aspects of the Wolfestone company, including translation, project management, marketing, accounts and finance. Each intern can then decide which area within the company to focus on during their time at the company.

Wolfestone treat all of their interns as permanent members of staff, and will provide them with a reference so they can present an impressive CV to future employers. Also, if an intern impresses during their time, they may have the opportunity to become a permanent member of staff. Several interns have gone on to work for Wolfestone on a full time permanent basis. Wolfestone can also provide interns with low cost accommodation in a five-bedroom house closely located to the Wolfestone offices.

Wolfestone Director, Anna Bastek commented: "As we have strong connections with universities such as Potsdam and Venice, we are happy to offer their students an internship in one of our busy departments. We are a young, dynamic, professional translation company and believe interns' enthusiasm and willingness to learn fits in perfectly with our company's ethos. We believe our internships offer our interns a wonderful opportunity, as it can help them identify and build on their talents which they can develop throughout their career."

For more information on Wolfestone and their services, visit their website at or telephone 0845 000 0083.

Founded by two entrepreneurs from Wales and Poland, Wolfestone is a language services company with the aim of becoming one of the top, most reliable language services provider to the media and also the private and public sector. They provide language translation to and from English, and employ highly skilled, professional translators who are proficient in over seventy different languages and dialects, including French, German, Polish, and Chinese, to name but a few.

Anna Bastek
Wolfestone Translation Ltd.
The Language Centre
57 Walter Road
Swansea, SA1 5PZ
United Kingdom
Tel: 0845 000 0083

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