We are delighted to introduce you to Ali Shahid, our very frist Content Creator Intern from the University of Salford.

Over the past couple of years we have worked with Unitemps at Liverpool John Moores University and have had four interns, who have all been a valuable addition to The Accessible Guide.

We have been working with Unitemps at the University of Salford to recruit our first intern that will be based outside of our home city of Liverpool. It’s an exciting move for The Accessible Guide as we look to raise awareness of our platform in Manchester and beyond.

We are sure Ali will be a great asset to The Accessible Guide and we look forward to working with Ali over the next couple of months.

Here’s what Ali had to say;

Hey everyone,

It’s Ali, an aspiring visual storyteller, and Content Creator Intern at The Accessible Guide!

Originating from the lively streets of Pakistan and now navigating the vibrant landscape of the UK, I’ve found my niche in the world of visual storytelling. Starting out as a vlogger and YouTuber, I discovered the power of narratives in capturing life’s essence. Now, as a master’s student at
Salford University, I’m blending academic insights with hands-on creativity to push the boundaries of film-making.

I Am very delighted for the opportunity to be part of a team that values inclusivity and accessibility in storytelling. The chance to contribute to content that resonates with diverse audiences aligns perfectly with my passion for making narratives that matter. I’m not just excited; I’m ready to infuse my creativity into a space that believes in making stories accessible to all.

Let’s embark on this exciting journey together! 🎥✨


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