Last week on our new site, LaurenBergerInc.com, we did a really great blog on popular healthy snacks to bring to work. I thought this would be a great fit for Internqueen.com as well since you can definitely bring these snacks to your internship. Check out our blog on 12 healthy snacks HERE
This blog was written by Gabriella, our Campus Ambassador from Quinnipiac University. You can follow Gabriella on Twitter @gabberzgirl.
As the holiday season quickly approaches, everyone is excited to go home and enjoy homemade food with family and friends. This year, why not join your family in the kitchen and create treats of your own? Here are five easy treats for those of you who are kitchen impaired. After all, you do not need to have your own show on the Food Network to successfully master the kitchen!
This blog post was written by Campus Ambassador, Hillary Pitts.
If you're like me, and constantly on the go, you most likely have an issue with fruit going bad before you can enjoy it. Low and behold - I have finally discovered a couple of different ways to enjoy fruit, all while preventing it from going bad at the same time. Frozen fruit is, not only delicious, but good for you as well! Although it may seem very basic, here are a couple of different ideas for how you can eat frozen fruit, in a fun and innovative way:
This blog was written by Hillary Pitts, our Campus Ambassador from Virginia Tech. Twitter: @hillstwitts
As we all know, eating healthy while in college is never a simple task. Between the vast amount of fast food available with the swipe of your meal plan, and the storage of noodles you have under your dorm bed -- it's easy to lose track of a healthy lifestyle. Although these suggestions for eating healthy in college are not always easy, they will ensure that you don't sacrifice healthy foods for less expensive options.
This blog was written by Maferly Reyes from Baruch College. Twitter: @maf_rox
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.