It will take some work, but my hope is that study abroad and international internship programs will not merely be a luxury for the fortunate few, but with employers’ support, a necessity and requirement for all.
Top schools. Impressive GPAs. Relevant Coursework. All good. But the problems come in the Experience section. Don’t worry; these common problems are easily solved. And before you send your resume to another potential employer, they must be.
So, your internship is over. Now what? Even though you may have ended your internship weeks (or even months) ago, there are still plenty of things you can be doing right now to help your professional career. Here are five tips to get you started.
This post is for all of our young female readers hoping to enter/ advance in the startup world. Maybe you already have your foot in the door somewhere, or maybe you know nothing about the industry but want to start somewhere. Either way, this is for you.
Congratulations! You made it through the application and interview processes and you landed an awesome internship! But, your work has just begun. How can you be sure you’re making the most of this opportunity? Here are five tips to get you started.