Win a one-day internship at NME HQ

icould and BlackBerry are offering you the chance to join the NME editorial team

Win a one-day internship at NME HQ

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Careers resource icould and BlackBerry are offering one lucky music fan the chance to win a day's internship at NME HQ in London.

The winner of the icould contest will get the chance to shadow the editorial team at NME, transcribing interviews, carrying out research and maybe even writing a review.

For more information on how to enter click here. The competition closes on September 16.

icould gives its users – students, career starters, career changers, careers professionals, parents, teachers and employers – the inside story of how careers work. The icould 'storytellers' relate, in their own words, their real life career journeys.

The icould site hosts over a thousand easy to search, varied and unique career videos as well as hundreds of written articles. From telecoms engineers to police officers, landscape gardeners, web designers, engine drivers and zookeepers, they talk about what they do, what it's like, how they came to be where they are and their hopes for the future.

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