Tag: co-ops

How to Be an Amazing Intern

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Freelance Writer

Worried about your first day at your internship? Here's a sure-fire way to get through it like a superstar! read more

Make Your Internship Work For You

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President, Shimmering Resumes

There's value to be found in almost any internship. You just need to know where to look for it read more

Internship Do's and Don'ts

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Founder, DoInternships.com

Internships are an exciting time in your academic career, and it's within your power to ensure you have an amazing experience. Just follow these do's and don'ts to make sure you fully benefit from all of your hard work. read more

Top 10 Tips for Your First Job

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Editor, Carnegie Communications

While there are plenty of differences between student positions (like internships and cooperative education) and full-fledged employment, there are certain pieces of advice that will help you standout (in a good way) and stay ahead. read more

What looks better on a résumé: an internship or a cooperative education position?

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I'm not sure it really matters. What looks best on a résumé is substantive experience. read more

How to Find Internships for Business Majors

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CEO and Founder, GetSet

Internships are an important tool for gaining experience and learning about one's preferences and interests. read more

Hate Your Summer Job? Don't Get Hot Around the Collar!

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CEO/Founder, theONswitch; Author

As tempted as you may be to bail on that crummy summer job, take a deep breath and think through your decision. Like poison ivy, rash decisions can leave scars and even have an impact on your future employment options. read more

Cooperative Education Programs: An Inside Look

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Cooperative education programs may be the key to your college success and beyond. Here, students and faculty share some of the real-life ups and downs of co-op. read more

Internships and Co-ops Q&A

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Internships and co-ops are really more than jobs; they're learning experiences. One of the great things about them is that you win no matter what you do, because virtually any experience is good experience. read more