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Apprentice Case Study #7 – Ashley Durham

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You’ve probably seen us mention the 70+ interns we’ve mentored thru The Apprentice Program over the years…

Each week, in our Apprentice Case Study blog posts, we’ve been chatting to former interns turned apprentices to see what they really thought of their training and how it helped their career.

This week, we spoke to Ashley Durham to get the low-down on the program, from an intern’s point of view!

Ashley, Fall 2010 apprentice

Ashley, Fall 2010 apprentice

 

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Mentor POV #1 Becky @ Pearl Events Austin

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You may have seen our Apprentice Case Study blog posts, each week focusing on a different intern and what they learned from our eLearning intern training solution, The Apprentice Program.

Now, we’re switching it up.

We want to hear from the best of the best wedding planners in the US, who we know have a reputation to being a great mentor for others in the event industry.  They go above and beyond when teaching their interns about wedding planning and the ins-and-outs of their business.

Today, we are hearing from Becky Navarro, founder of Pearl Events Austin, to hear her insights and insider secrets…

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An Intern’s POV: Frustrating Things About My Job – part two

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FACT: Everything would be a lot easier if you could read your interns’ minds.

You could see what things they’re struggling to complete, instead watching them suffer in silence. What bright ideas they have, but are too scared to speak up.

photo credit: jeff sheldon, source: unsplash

photo credit: jeff sheldon, source: unsplash

Unfortunately mind-reading isn’t real, but this is the next best thing…

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