Do you ever feel like you are having trouble pinpointing exactly who these men are and deciding whether or not you should trust them?
Yes, you’re at the bottom of the totem pole as an intern…but that doesn’t mean that you have to remain there for the rest of the summer.
Work? For free? Willingly? What.
"Old people be knowing mad stuff." —Confucius
Bitch work for the bitches. Rich work for the riches.
Remember that your summer – whether you’re at school, working or interning – has the potential to set the tone for the rest of your year.
You never want to “bug” HR or the point-person…but you don't want them to forget about you, either.
We know you might not even be thinking about internships right now, and we totally get that - there are essays to be written and parties to go to; but now really is the time to fit internship applications into your busy schedule.
“The accessories interns [who didn’t quit] would go downstairs to the bar and take shots to deal with the OCD accessories assistant.”
As if graduating on time wasn't a task in itself, it's almost impossible to obtain a job in your career scope without snagging a few internships. So how does one manage 18 credit hours, a job, interning and actually having a social life?
Conde Nast which owns magazine heavyweights—Vogue, Allure,Glamour, Vanity Fair, GQ and The New Yorker—ended their legendary internship program due to . . . a series of bad PR moves basically.
By now, most college students have started their jobs and internships for the summer. After the first-day jitters, paperwork and orientation, you're probably starting to feel comfortable in the workplace. Don't give way to bad habits with these typical intern mistakes and solutions...
Before I got my first real job, I had really low expectations. Thanks to "The Office," a job meant a cubicle, water cooler conversation, and the occasional casual Friday. And unfortunately for me, the stereotype matched reality. I began my work-study job on campus at the beginning of the year, eager to make some extra cash. While having the extra money is great, the actual job isn't so fun.