Happy Thursday! I know a lot of you are looking forward to some time off school in the coming weeks. A lot of companies are already locking in their Spring interns before the holidays but, there are some companies that will be looking through applications soon! That being said, it is a great idea to schedule some time to submit your cover letter and resume during your upcoming time off. I want to make it easier for you, by listing all the employers that are still looking for rockstar interns like you! Scroll through below and make sure you send in your materials.
This Spring internship season (more than EVER before), we’ve heard some pretty terrible stories about how students have burned bridges with hiring managers. I want to share these stories so that you don’t fall into the same mess. Here are six ways students have burned bridges with hiring managers this internship season:
School is out (or almost out) and most of you are prepping for your Spring jobs and internships. One of the most popular internship questions I get is, “how can I manage a part-time job and internship at the same time?” Below are a few tips to help you effectively manage both this Spring:
An internship is a great time to learn responsibility. Some of you have (or maybe have not) held part-time jobs or worked at your parent’s office up until this point. With an internship – comes a commitment and a responsibility. If you are nervous about the responsibility here are a few quick ways to show your supervisor you can handle it.
I met a great student at a WISE networking event at UCLA end of February. She emailed me and told me that her dream internship is in the sports industry. She explained that she had some great work and internship experience on her resume but didn’t have any work within the sports industry. She asked how she can best show the employer that although you doesn’t have sports experience she still has great transferrable skills that she can utilize within the sports industry.
Every day, I receive tons of amazing questions via email and my social media networks asking for advice on all things internship-related. Here is my response to a discouraged rising senior who is still looking for an internship for Fall 2015. Good news: companies are still looking!
Happy Thursday everyone! If you follow me on social media then you probably heard some exciting news from me yesterday! If you missed it click HERE to find out! :) Every Thursday, I share awesome internship opportunities that are still open! A lot of you email me and tell me that you find it hard to complete an internship because you don’t live close to a city or there are no opportunities near where you live.
Happy Thursday everyone! I hope you’ve all had a great week so far! This week we want to showcase all the awesome companies that are looking for interns in NYC! There are a lot of really cool opportunities that you should definitely take a look at! Scroll through below and make sure to send in both a resume and a cover letter!
It’s Spring internship time! As you may know, I’ve been on tour with Target these past few weeks. I recently spoke at Chapman University and a lot of students asked me about internships in Los Angeles. Since we tend to share cool opportunities each Thursday, here on the blog, I thought this would be a great chance to show off the cool companies hiring students for the Spring semester. Remember, Spring internships typically run from about January through April, but recruiting is happening now so be sure to send in your resume and cover letter as soon as possible!
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.