You may be just finishing your summer internship, or looking forward to a new gig in the fall.
Either way, compliments of Northpoint, we present this quick reminder of “must do’s” for interns…
Somehow I blinked and it was August… the home stretch of summer.
And if you’re one of the many who chose to spend the last several weeks as an intern – doing meaningful work and gaining great experience (let’s hope) – that means that its soon time to say good-bye…
Want in on a little secret? I’m going to show you how you can gain more internship experience than ever imagined. Many college students think they can only complete internships during the summer because they’re often told that’s the best time to gain experience. Sure, while summer internships are ideal for many college students, most of them are missing out on great opportunities throughout the rest of the year. Internships that take place during the fall or spring semesters of your school year can be a great way for you to gain experience while taking classes. While you may think you
Yes, internships give you the work experience you need to land your first job, but that’s not the only impact they can have on your career path.
The time you spend at internships can help you learn more about your personality at work, and whether or not the path you’ve chosen is the right one for you.
In the Social Age, nearly every business, not-for-profit, community group and government needs their own website; perhaps several. In their personal lives, people create websites for branding, blogging and sharing their personal interests.
Which makes web design and Web development in-demand fields…
Over the summer, you may have discovered that you’re in a less than perfect internship where you find yourself scrambling for things to do, or trying to figure out how you can best fit in with the rest of the team.
If so, that’s a great opportunity to test your mettle in self-leadership, get out of your comfort zone, and try on some new skill sets!