Kehinde Akintan: LASU’s Student Who Gave True Meaning To Student Internship at EnterpriseCEO

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300 Level Student, Department of Mass Communication, Lagos State University, Kehinde Akintan

Nurudeen Salako


“Basically, EnterpriseCEO Media is about helping business owners and CEO make informed decision to improve their businesses and I want to follow that path. I see myself going into that industry and communicating the creative ideas that will make CEOs to make and transform their businesses”


Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) is one of the partial requirements every student in tertiary institution must undergo before the completion of their first degree program.

The skill development program is meant to enable students in tertiary institutions acquire technical skills and experience for professional development in their course of study as it bridges the gap between theory and practice.

A 300-level student at the Department of Mass Communication, Lagos State University, (LASU) Kehinde Akintan is the shining star that has been discovered at EnterpriseCEO Media Company – an enterprise media company committed to the projection of ideas and changes that enable business owners and corporate executives achieve business possibilities

Kehinde, who joined EnterpriseCEO for her internship to gain necessary skills and experience showed strong commitment to learning on the job throughout her five weeks’ productive stay – against the usual three-month duration – abruptly halted by the LASU authorities.

Speaking about her experience gathered at EnterpriseCEO, Kehinde described her stay at the company as one of the best experiences she has had so far in life.

She said, “I stayed for only five weeks but during that time, I learnt a lot about journalism, broadcasting and public relations which is a huge plus for my career”

The twenty-year-old intern contributions at the company were recognized following her successful execution of roles and tasks given to her. Kehinde used Canva design to make news headline designs for news reel, wrote publishable news stories and articles on the website.

“For the broadcast training, I was able to get involved in news video production, turning some of the news on the website to video. I was privileged to accompany my boss to clients’ meeting, pitching public relations campaigns where I learnt communication and negotiation skills.

“I was able to meet top personalities I never imagined I would have met. I met the MD/CEO of Eko Hotel & Suits, exchanged contacts and connected with other people that I met, and also attended several events.

Skills Learnt in Five Weeks

Kehinde was able to improve her writing skills, English proficiency, interview art, and also further sharpened her design skills with canvas.

What Future Hold

“I see myself going higher in the industry after my school program. I hope to learn more skills to be a value-added individual and follow the trends as the world keeps advancing”

“Basically, EnterpriseCEO Media is about helping business owners and CEO make informed decision to improve their businesses and I want to follow that path. I see myself going into that industry and communicating the creative ideas that will make CEOs to make and transform their businesses”, she said.

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