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Category Archives: Internships
Whether you are graduating or still a student, everyone wants to know what you are doing for the summer, where are you working? The excitement over securing a job or internship is often preceded by anxiety and a fear of not landing … Continue reading
If you’re starting an internship this summer and want to stand out, there’s a simple way to do it, no matter what assignments you’re given: demonstrate the work habits of a pro. Be prompt. Being on time is the first… Continue reading
Summer vacation is something that we all look forward to. Some of us plan our summers down to the last detail, and some fall into it as a welcome relief from plans. There are several summers from my college years… Continue reading
For those of you who already have your summer internship lined up, congratulations! For those who don’t, you still have time — check out Caroline’s latest post for some great advice for internship seekers. Once you have that internship secured,… Continue reading
You’ve just spent the last several months updating your resume, refining your cover letter, networking with industry contacts, and recruiting for your summer internship (or full-time position). All that work has paid off and you’ve been invited to interview –… Continue reading
I caught a little heat from my boss after she read my last post on internships because I failed to mention that my job now actually sprung from an internship she granted me five (whoa!) years ago with Wells Fargo…. Continue reading
Unlike Rachel, I didn’t have an internship in college — or even after college, for that matter. My school didn’t require it, and because I planned to go to graduate school and study literature, I’m pretty sure I thought college… Continue reading
Internships. A good one can be like the holy grail for college students. It would be great if we could all be like Lauren Conrad and land one at Teen Vogue straight out of high school. But in reality, a… Continue reading
Recently a co-worker received an email from a prospective intern — a college student. And let’s just say, he was less than impressed. Capital letters where they shouldn’t be, missing punctuation marks, you get the idea. For any student seeking… Continue reading