Want a paid summer internship in New York City? Looking to work in a creative industry? We've got the best list of internship programs in one of the best cities on earth!
Posted in College, Internship Tips, Networking |
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Did you recently or will you be completing your internship?
Before you finish your internship, you should immediately take steps to solidify your relationships and stand out from the crowd (of other interns). One way to do this is by creating an “intern goodbye and thank you” post
What are the best gifts to give to thank an internship supervisor for your experience? Experts Lauren Bloch from AOL and Deanna Curri from VaynerMedia offer their insight into gift giving for interns.
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It's important to be able to get your point across to a potential employer quickly and succinctly. Check out this article on how to create and then practice your pitch so that it's absolutely perfect.
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Whether you're at home or in the city, take away ten great tips for staying on track and staying on top - actually make progress with your job or internship search this summer.
After all the searching, cover letters, customized resumes, interviews, and follow-up notes, the email you've been waiting for has finally arrived: you got the internship! But how do you get ready for summer in a new city?
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Tagged intern, interns, internship, internship prep, internships, New York, new york city, NYC, nyc life, NYU Summer Housing, summer, Summer in NYC, summer intern, summer internship |
From advice for recent graduates to guidelines on starting your own business, there’s bound to be some reading here that suits your needs.
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