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About Karina Briski

Karina Briski has been in the world of 9-5′s for nearly two years and has taken numerous internships with nonprofits and small social enterprises in her off-hours to keep the creative juices flowing. She’s in the process of moving from Seattle to New York City this month to put her intern skills to the real test. She also writes a bunch about anything that comes to mind, and her work can be found in various corners of the web, including on a blog that she sometimes forgets about updating. She shares most of her important news via Twitter.

What We Can Learn from Michelle Obama’s Dougie Dance

 
We know you’ve probably already seen this video circulating through your Internets, and we’re guessing that you love it for all the reasons we do. It’s not that we didn’t know First Ladies could get down, especially Mrs. Obama, but the fact that she’s doing the dougie as part

Do’s and Don’ts for Avoiding Chaos as an Intern



Interns are notorious subjects of an organization’s mixed bag of random tasks. Even the most integrated intern could find him or herself atop a ladder cleaning gutters. Though most of us take these moments in stride, later relating the story and playing it up for comedic effect for

5 Handy Tips to Landing an Internship for Social Good


You’ve got to hand it to our generation of budding do-gooders.  Despite landing in an especially bleak economy, they have continued to prioritize social good in their professional paths – in addition to that paycheck. Given our opportunistic take on issues that matter, it’s no surprise that we value

Scoping the Nonprofit Scene for Internships



There was a time when nonprofits were seen – at least by some industries – as out of touch organizations with an inadequate business and marketing approach, slow to create and respond to changes, and only an option for job-seekers who didn’t care about making money. You