Welcome to the middle of the semester, when college students are struggling to manage school, work, internships, and what seems to be the hardest of all: money.
Your bank account is empty. You keep overdrafting. You are lucky if you have $18.00 to your name. People keep telling you to save your money. What money? People keep telling you to get on a budget. How can you budget when you have no money to budget?
All of our Campus Ambassadors have such cool internships and we wanted to know what their typical day looks like. What projects do they get to work on? What fun things happen in the office? Do they hang out with the other interns?
If you’re on InternQueen.com, we know you’re looking for a unique internship opportunity that will help you launch your career. But what if you could intern AND help other students end the cycle of poverty and attain a better quality of life?
Today more than ever, internships are the key to getting a post-grad job - even if you've already graduated. Internships are often the stepping stones to figuring out what you want to do once you're a full-time employee in the "real world." However, are you wondering how to make your current internship a full-time job offer? Follow these tips from a great article I came across, especially the ones about asking questions, staying engaged and writing handwritten thank you notes!
I know most of you are back on campus by now and focused on the semester ahead. Your Summer 2014 internship is now a thing of the past -- but did you remember to personally thank your internship coordinator or mentor with a personal note?
Our team is always finding useful articles for us to share and our Campus Programs Managers, Shayna, sent me this one yesterday. I LOVE this post from LinkedIn by Jessica Ciccozzi on why your first job doesn't have to be your dream job. Check it out here!
I was recently featured in a FORBES article that got a lot of great feedback from students. One student was reading it as she was finishing up her internship in Los Angeles and she emailed me some great questions about what to do towards the end of your internship. Here are some tips for Thank You notes if you are still wrapping up that summer internship!
I’ve been on the road for the past few weeks – everyone knows that – and I’ve been given a ton of student business cards. Since one of our most popular blogs (EVER) was about how to create Savvy Student Business Cards, I wanted to provide more helpful hints on how to create an amazing business card. Here we go:
Happy Monday, My Lovely Interns!! As some of you may know, on Friday (8/15) I spoke at the Keds Brave Life Summit at the Hearst Building in NYC. That day, 150 young women and inspiring speakers (and me!) tackled the concept of “Everyday Brave.”
I was asked to speak these movers and shakers about that pesky little word: REJECTION.
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.