For many intern applicants across the United States, it’s finally happening. Slowly, but surely, letters, emails and calls of acceptance are making the world pause for a few moments for many anxious students. Amidst all the smiles, squeals of joy and sighs of relief, summer internship applicants soon realize the thrill of their internship acceptance is only one step to actually starting their position.
With the growing popularity of social networking sites the relevance and focus of domains such as LinkedIn and Twitter have increasingly started shifting from social to professional spheres of influence. As stacks of resumes blend together and become indistinguishable, more and more employers are trying to whittle down the selection pool through social media. Yes, they’re pulling talent from Twitter.
Do you know what you’re doing this summer? It’s never too early to start preparing! The semester will be over before you know it – don’t fall behind. Consider these tips to fight the stress of looming application deadlines and successfully prepare and plan for summer 2011.
Utilize your network.
Don’t know where to begin your search? Ask around. Now is a great time to use the power of the [...]
This is a repost from The Good Intern’s blog. Read more posts here.
As the weather turns cold, students across the country are either nicely settled into their fall internships or trying to make it through the last few weeks of school before the holiday season begins. One of the last things on many people’s minds may be thinking about a summer internship. While it may only be December, [...]