I received a note from someone in Australia who said she graduated in 2006 and was thinking about going into a new career - she also mentioned wanting to potentially work in another country. She asked if internships were a potential solution for her situation. Here are my thoughts on the subject of professionals going back to internships to help them transition into new career paths or even new countries:
So you're smack in the middle of your spring internship. If you haven't secured a summer internship yet, you should get that process started! It doesn't have to be a huge chore. In fact, Kailee Smith -- our Intern Queen Campus Ambassador at UCF (my alma mater!) -- recently wrote a piece on how to network for your next internship at your CURRENT one. I loved her tips and wanted to share them with you all. Enjoy!
Hey Wake Forest University students! Lauren Berger, the Intern Queen, is speaking about internships, careers, and connections at your school! She'll be speaking Thursday, November 21 at 7p.m. in Carswell Hall, Rm 111. See you there! Make sure to RSVP here! http://on.fb.me/1eIsg3h
Whenever I'm speaking at a school, I always get at least one student who wants to be an actor or actress when they graduate. They always ask me what types of internships they should do. Here are a few tips on the types of internships you should be looking for as an actor/actress.
Lauren contributed to this article written by Aaron Guerrero. It appeared on U.S. News on September 11, 2013.
With the arrival of fall, some students and recent college graduates are preparing for internships. Whether it's at a high-tech company or a smaller financial firm, many enter the endeavor sharing common goals: padding their skill set, livening up their résumé with a notable company name or eventually being offered a full-time job.
So, you want to work in the fashion industry? You’re not alone. Many other talented, driven and ambitious candidates are ready to fight for their very own spot in the industry. How do you set yourself apart from the pack? How do you prove that you’re the one to hire? We spoke with guest blogger, John Walker, who has been in the fashion industry for years! Read his tips on how to stand out at your fashion internship.
I was featured in the article "What to Do If You Still Don't Have an Internship" on US News Money this week. Check out what I have to say on finding an internship a bit later in the semester. We love reading your thoughts and comments!
As a law student, where you intern matters. Your internship has the potential to turn into a full-time job after law school. While some people make light of interns as unpaid workers at the bottom of the ladder, getting exposure to the kind of work that goes on in your chosen field of law builds a strong foundation for success -- and finding a job after graduation.
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.