by Amy Zahn
Congratulations! You’ve landed a great internship opportunity. Now what? The “Intern Life Lessons” series helps students properly prepare for internships so they can gain much more than just “experience”; it helps set readers up for success post-internship. Just completing the internship is not enough. Intern Life Lessons helps students maximize time spent interning and teaches [...]
My May graduation date is rapidly approaching and frankly, my type-A induced need to find the perfectly-located, high-paying, entry-level job that will define the rest of my career path— is starting to stress me out. Therefore, I was relieved to come across Daniel Chizzoniti’s Intern Life After College Series to learn that it’s not a bad idea to consider accepting an internship after graduation.
by Catherine Caldwell:
The hardest part of landing your dream internship is getting motivated. Finding an internship is easier said than done, and the initial application process can be an exhausting endeavor. Staring blankly at a computer screen while sifting through the seemingly endless pages of summer intern openings is enough to make one want to avoid the “real world” forever. Even a “go-getter” [...]
by Kristen D’Angelo
Whether you’re a seasoned vet or a complete newbie, there are always ways to improve as an intern. In the series Hacking Intern Life, Zach Cole – Emerson senior, rockstar intern, and associate editor of Potholes In My Blog – shares a wealth of tips, tricks, and tools for making the best of your professional experience.
Zach’s posts range from teaching how to best manage [...]
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These days there is hardly anything funny about job hunting – it’s pretty serious business. The economy still hasn’t picked up and the unemployment rate is a bit too high for comfort, so searching for a job or internship has never been more intimidating. Thank goodness for the Intern Life Humor posts that provide a bit of comic relief and happily lighten the pressure placed [...]