unpaid internships

The House approved a spending bill on Thursday that set aside nearly $14 million for intern pay.
A new report sheds light on which legislators pay their interns -- and which ones don't.
For as long as anyone can remember, New York City has called like a siren to freedom-seekers hoping for a chance to make
As the justice gap in this country continues to grow, there is a tremendous and growing need for lawyers willing to forgo
Shannicia Love Howard University Graduate Amanda Perry Columbia University Graduate Interning for HFR was a life changing
Amcham Shanghai is also where I learned to network. It's where I built my support system in China. Once you're there, they
As a business owner, you're probably looking for ways to get more done in less time, and perhaps even save money. One way to do that is to hire an intern.
My dear Weird Company: if it's unpaid, it's not an internship. It's volunteering.
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.
"I didn't choose the most waterproof tent in the store," he admitted.
There are a ton of internships out there, but when you grow up in a generation that eats, sleeps and breaths for the latest inklings and industries, the number of applicants is increasing all while the number of open positions is plateauing.
Legislators in Michigan and New Jersey have also attempted to pass anti-discrimination and harassment laws, though they have
Are you starting a summer internship soon? Hopefully, you've been accepted for one of the positions you applied for in your chosen field, and you're getting ready to shift your focus from academia to the business world because that's what getting practical experience in your chosen career field is all about.
Based on Devon and Kayla's observations, and my own experience, I've created a list of five things that will make or break your resume:
The Wellesley College alumnus had completed seven unpaid internships by the time she graduated. She was hoping to climb her