by Sabrina Stone, 1,000 Dreams Fund contributor I was actually commuting to the NYC offices from Connecticut, so it took
This is the practical advice veteran TV writer, former Roseanne Showrunner, and one of my mentors, Bob Myer, has been giving
Instead of loading up on coursework in an attempt to graduate early or spending every cent on eating Chipotle and Dominoes
Finally, and just as important as developing skills strengths, I remind students -- don't forget to have fun! Internships
The intern came back with the lunch order and it was completely wrong. It was a beef salad and had everything on it (including
1. Who submits your resume matters. Personal connections are important, and even the unqualified can get interviews at very
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.
Will it be easy for you to get to and from the internship and still make your classes? Will it make sense for you to drive
Before anything else you need to be dependable and collaborative. Success comes from people working well together creating a team where the total is greater than the sum of the parts.
So what is it like? It is one of the most exhilarating challenging difficult frustrating and ultimately rewarding jobs you will ever have. If you like it, you'll find yourself unable to go work anywhere else. If you don't like the environment, then it'll be painfully awful.
There is a lot of interest in start-ups among the students. Some want to intern at them, some want to work at them when they graduate, and some are just curious.
While I didn't have any background on the app creator and scripting language he wanted to use, after viewing a quick tutorial
Students who complain that they must pay colleges a lot of money so they can work as interns without pay certainly have a
As someone who is proud to have called Manhattan "home" since birth, but who also currently belongs to the summer intern
What hits home in Mr. Walker's op ed is an even broader problem. America's colleges and universities are failing to play
We are right in the middle of internship season! Each summer, thousands of students move to office spaces in business casual with the hopes of building new skills and getting broader insight into their future potential career paths.
We scoured through the comments and there were interesting debates on corporate culture, etiquette, and who was the party to blame. But we realized that bottom line, our Millennial and Generation Z workforce are coming to us to learn and be mentored so we want to equip you with 8 recommendations on being an effective mentor:
While many students are off-campus for summer internships, others are on campus for local internships, collaborative research projects, service programs or employment.