Graduates curate their own content with an aim to initiate debate on this employment gray area.

The ‘intern’ is a subject close to many a graduate’s heart, and with the vast majority of us having experienced at least one month of unpaid labour, Intern magazine is sure to be welcomed with open arms.

The idea comes from Manchester-based Alec Dudson who explains his personal and somewhat difficult 12-month experience of interning for the magazine’s Kickstarter page. Stemming from his frustration, Intern promises to showcase the best in unpaid talent across the creative industries and fire up discussion around the topic to better the current situation that so many are frustrated with.

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