You’re working harder and faster, yet still find yourself working longer hours. As a new kid on the block trying to prove yourself, perhaps that is because you find yourself doing more than your share of menial tasks.
After all, you want to prove you’re a team player, right?
‘Twas the day before Christmas, when all through the house, My computer wasn’t stirring, not even its mouse. My resume was uploaded, into job boards with care. For the spring and summer internships I soon would find there. When from my pocket, there arose such a clatter, I pulled out my iPhone to see what was the matter. My email app; I touched the screen like a flash, I opened the email praying my phone wouldn’t crash. When what to my wondering eyes should appear…emails marked “New”. From hiring managers saying “We want to interview you!” More rapid than reindeer
Although you might have missed the deadline to apply for a spring internship at some companies, it’s not too late to grab a great intern role!
In fact, you can use the Christmas break to position yourself as a star candidate when applying. Here’s how!
People are still asking: are unpaid internships illegal? Unethical? Exploitative?
At #InternPro this week, we’re going to take on a slightly different question, exclusively from the intern’s point of view: Are unpaid internships worth the investment?
Everyone needs a little inspiration throughout their career. Inspiration is what keeps us motivated and passionate about what we do.
During your internship, you’re bound to experience some highs and lows. There will be times when you question everything you’ve learned so far and then there will be times when you feel on top of the world…
Your early career is a great time to take risks and learn your craft.
But how do you know when enough is enough? How do you know when you’ve learned everything you can as an intern – and are prepared enough for a full-time position?