After spending a couple years with a company, you decide it’s time for something new. Something challenging. Something more… fun.
You attempt to update your resume with the skills and experience gained during your time as an intern and entry-level employee… and it hits you: there isn’t much to update!
A new job can be a little daunting. Getting to know the inner workings of the company and being the awesome worker your boss recognized during your interview can be stressful if you don’t have a solid support system behind you. But companies are understanding a need for new employee training.
This is positive news for recent graduates and career transitioners who fear their lack of experience disqualifies them for job opportunities.
It’s sometimes a challenge to properly manage and mentor an intern – or several. The challenges are compounded when you’re managing a team of virtual interns. But there are keys to make this successful.