This blog post was written by Natalie Valdes, our Campus Ambassador from Emerson.
Mind your manners - grab a sweater - and don't forget to say THANK YOU! Sound familiar?
These lessons were learned early on in life. By simply saying thank you, you leave a great impression wherever you go. Whether it’s saying thank you to the barista at Starbucks or to the executive after an interview, it matters.
This blog post was written by Caitlin Beck our Campus Ambassador from Fordham University.
Emily Sanchez is the definition of a success story. Hailing from New Mexico, Emily is not a Senior at Fordham University. She is in the Gabelli School of Business majoring in Marketing with a minor in Economics. With an impressive resume, and plenty of intern experience, Emily has managed to land a freelance position before even graduating!
This blog post was written by Maggie Young, our Campus Ambassador from The University of Kansas.
1. Select a professional profile picture. This doesn’t have to be a feature photo of you in formal attire, but make sure you are representing yourself the way that you would like to be perceived by a future boss. Skip the swimsuit photos and beer pong championship pics and show off your best side.
After going through lots of outstanding applications, we have selected the group of students who will join the Intern Queen team alongside our current Campus Ambassadors. There are 25 new Campus Ambassadors, and they come from all over!
Alexandra - University of Colorado
Alexis - Marquette University
Amanda - University of New Hampshire
Amber - University of Maryland
Austin - Chapman University
Beatrice - Rutgers University
Briana - Iona College
Daisha - Hampton University
Devin - Boston University
Jessica - University of Florida
Are you an Intern Queen Fanatic? Do you catch yourself checking out new listings and internship tips on a daily basis? Are you interested in connecting with other ambitious individuals, brands, and programs from across the nation? Do you want your voice to be heard? We'd love for you to apply for our Intern Queen Campus Ambassador Program and join the ranks of some of the nation's most OUT-GOING, WELL-CONNECTED, INFLUENTIAL students.
This blog post was written by our intern, Rachel Bergan, with help from the included four Campus Ambassadors. Rachel is a senior at the University of South Carolina majoring in fashion merchandising. You can follow her on Twitter @rachel_bergan.
Here at Intern Queen, the Campus Ambassadors play an integral role in the Intern Queen brand. They do amazing things on their campus and are also involved in prestigious and exciting internships for the summer. Check out what the Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors are up to this summer!
Alex from Penn State is a summer intern for Intern Queen
Alex from Appalachian state is a summer intern for bandwidth.com
Alicia from Towson University is a summer intern at Jack Morton
Amanda from Providence College interning at iAcquire
This blog post is from Racquelle, our Campus Ambassador from Seton Hall University.
Many people think that you have to starve yourself to lose weight! Or people think that by following ridiculous diets by only having water and a slice of turkey will help you get your beach body. Wrong! In fact eating every 3-4 hours helps shed the pounds. Most athletes eat all day to stay in shape.
This blog was written by Kim Osborne, campus ambassador at the University of South Carolina. She is a public relations major and political science minor and will graduate in May. Kim has worked as a South Carolina State House Senate Page for the past two years.
Political consulting has always been an area that has piqued my interest. I had the opportunity to sit down with CEO of Donehue Direct Wesley Donehue to discuss social media and its impact on politics.
Lauren Berger created Intern Queen Inc. in 2009, after successfully completing 15 internships and college and recognizing a need for more internship resources. Her online platform, www.internqueen.com, serves as the home of the business and allows students access to apply for any internship they want free of charge. The site also features daily content on how to make the most of high school, college, and post-grad experiences.