The New York Democrat only needed five words to answer in a video she shared on National Intern Day.
"Perhaps the current admin took 'The White House' too literal when searching for interns?"
The change came after current interns said their class was overly "white and wealthy."
If you're a boss, get your own coffee today!
Interns have always been a part of the SAS culture. It makes sense - SAS originated while Jim Goodnight, founder and CEO of SAS, was a professor at NC State University.
Outsource Your Payroll The simplest way to make sure you're in compliance and that your pay is handled on time is to delegate
For as long as anyone can remember, New York City has called like a siren to freedom-seekers hoping for a chance to make
There is only one rule.
He stopped by HuffPost to discuss his new album, working in the music industry and even gardening.
Approach every day as the unique challenge that it is - a learning experience that many other students would love to have, but you got it instead. Mind your manners, start and finish strong, and you may just end up with a fantastic opportunity at the end. Good luck!
In 2016, getting a college degree is not enough. By not equipping our low-income kids with the skills needed to connect with jobs, not only are they missing out, we are, too.
Students will be grateful for the opportunity to prove themselves in a real-world setting -- getting the job experience they need to be competitive in the workplace. And you'll be happy to get the support staff you need, without putting your bank account into the red.
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It varies hugely between teams and the projects you'll be working on, but I'll try to cover my bases here.
Whether creating marketing materials for a tourism office, assisting with set designs for a movie, contributing to zoological research, or working for a political campaign, internships provide the kind of hands-on experience that employers want their new employees to have.
Would it be easier to forget about doing internships and just hire somebody to do that job? Yes. It would also be cheaper. But if I hadn't gotten my first internship opportunity through The Fund for American Studies in 1996, I would not be where I am today. Without a doubt. So I'm paying it back.