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.
I know many of you are headed to NYC this summer for that perfect summer internship. I'm so excited for you (and a little jealous)! My first internship in NYC was the summer after my freshman year of college and it was amazing . Believe it or not, I'm still in touch with some of the friends I made that summer.
When I had the idea to launch Intern Queen Inc. (years ago), I visualized an entire lifestyle brand. People would criticize my vision and say, "interns are only in college." Sure. Perhaps the word intern technically refers to a high school or college student trying out a potential career choice. However, my definition of the word intern is more broad. I believe an intern is anyone trying out a new career path, relationship, or lifestyle. I'm still an intern at heart. I'm constantly experimenting with new paths, choices, relationships, and lifestyles.
This blog post was written by Brian Ashburn, our Campus Ambassador from Minnesota State University Moorhead.
A few days ago, I was watching one of the best romantic comedies of the decade, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.” In it, Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey unwittingly battle to prove how (and how not) to sustain a relationship. And after being a full-time intern immersed in my work for the past six months, I had a revelation: internships are like relationships.
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!
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.