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A THANK YOU: CvSU Interns’ journey with Village Pipol

A THANK YOU: CvSU Interns’ journey with Village Pipol

A BIG THANK YOU! Finding a company, given a short amount of time, wasn’t easy. The fact that you need to gather all your papers, apply for a job and find a media outlet that believes in your skill is tough. But with Village Pipol, they trust your skills and creativity. We the interns from Cavite State University thank them for that.

Village Pipol teaches Kenneth to strive and discover things

As an Intern, I’m very scared thinking that I am in the reality of entertainment. But it teaches me how to realize that I still have potential. Looking back, I can’t believe that we’re already at the end of our internship journey. The 200 hours time we stayed with the Village Pipol Magazine is full of discovery and understanding that life in the media is very tough.

To Sir Josh, who first believed in me and let me share the world in VP I want to say thank you, Sir. To Ate Angela and Kuya Raphael, who patiently checked our drafts and taught us what to do when we were lost, salamat po!

As a simple person who once dreamt of sharing my stories, I burst into tears of joy when I saw my articles published. This wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for the Village Pipol Magazine. Although we just experienced it online, the learning and adventure we felt will forever be in our hearts and mind.

Bea: Village Pipol family taught me to get out of my comfort zone as a writer.

Village Pipol gave me the opportunity to express myself as a writer and that’s one thing I am grateful for. Even though we are in an online setup, we get to learn and explore the field of media with the guidance and great supervision of the heads and editors.

Since I got to express my love for my craft, I enjoyed my time during the internship. One of the most memorable times with Village Pipol is when I got the chance to create my first cover story for Ms. Paige Seneres, she was a great make-up artist. The best part was she was happy with my article and she loved it. It was a great achievement and my favorite memory of all. That time I realized that besides informing, a writer can make people happiest with just a simple article. It was a fulfillment.

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Lastly, aside from teaching us journalistic skills, the Village Pipol family taught me to get out of my comfort zone as a writer. Also, be open to criticism because this can help you to grow and be ready for your future career in the industry. I have no regrets about this internship because I learned, grew, and I truly enjoyed my working experience with Village Pipol magazine. Thank you so much!

Sheila: Learning means improving your craft in VP

Being an intern at Village Pipol means improving your craft and listening to the reminders and teachings of our seniors. Being on the laptop half of your day thinking of new ideas is a bit tiring. Nevertheless, I never felt it because it’s the lesson that this opportunity taught me. VP gave me the opportunity to write and express my feelings without limitation. Hone my skills and direct me on what I should and shouldn’t do. Thank you Village Pipol and to all the people who has helped me here. I’m very thankful for the opportunity.

This is our last article as interns for the Village Pipol Magazine. To VP and all the people behind the magazine, we thank you for a true and one-of-a-kind experience. Working with you has given us the opportunity to grow and learn things. We know that this is just the start of our journey in the media industry. But it’s one good step towards that dream. Thank you VP from CvSU interns!

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