Even if you’re tapped into your university’s career center and job board, finding an internship is a major challenge for most college students and recent grads.
The reality is: most internship postings aren’t advertised on popular job boards, including your career center’s. Which means that when it comes to finding an internship that fits your interests and professional needs, you must be innovative…
Interviewing for an internship can be a nerve-wracking step in your career… especially if it’s your first internship.
So how do you calm the nerves and put your best foot forward? How do you your allow your strongest skills and qualities to shine through… without shooting yourself in that forward foot?
Does it feel like you’ve been searching and applying for internships non-stop, yet haven’t had any luck? No call-backs? No interest? No interviews?
I this is true for you, then it could be a sign you need to regain control of your search… it’s time to try something different!
In today’s workforce, an internship is the golden ticket to a successful career for many young adults.
Unfortunately, according to new research by Gallup-Purdue University, just one-third of recent graduates say they had an internship or job in college that allowed them to apply the skills they learned in the classroom…
‘Twas the day before Christmas, when all through the house,
My computer wasn’t stirring, not even its mouse.
My resume was uploaded, into YouTern with care.
For the spring and summer internships I soon would find there.
You’re the new kid on the block… the intern. Your new boss and coworkers will expect you to be learning many skills for the first time. And they’ll be watching… all the time. It’s up to you to make a positive first, and lasting, impression.
As you boost your reputation as an intern, here are 10 things to keep in mind…