An internship isn’t a worthwhile time commitment if you fail to keep in touch with the company after it’s over. I already wrote a post about how to follow up with your coworkers, but I’ve been thinking about it further and would like to make some amendments to my suggestions. Continue Reading
In my last post I talked about how difficult internships can be, which is just one of many truths associated with internships. This week I thought I’d address one of the other unfortunate realities in the world of the Intern:
Sometimes, dear reader(s), your internship just isn’t going to be
I’m on an endless hunt for the perfect metaphor to describe the intern experience. In the meantime, I feel comfortable beginning this post by saying that, in short, interning is hard. So what happens when you find yourself accepting an internship in another country? With smart phones, computers, and WiFi
In my last post I wrote about the resume and cover letter tips I’ve picked up over the years, so this week I thought I’d continue in a similar vein and aggregate the pearls of wisdom I’ve acquired on an equally important element of the internship search: the Interview.
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