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Posted September 05, 2014 by

Searching to Find an Internship in PR and Marketing? 10 Opportunities to Consider

College students hoping to find an internship in PR and marketing should check out these 10 opportunities in the following post.

Featured: Featured And…we’re back! While you’ve been prepping for the Fall 2014 semester, we’ve been talking to recruiters at amazing companies throughout the nation — and they’re looking for awesome candidates like you.Whether you’re finally taking the plunge into the internship world — or have a few under your belt already —

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Posted March 31, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Don’t Allow Your Credit to Hinder Your Job Search

As an internship finder, you have the opportunity to gain work experience in a particular field that can benefit your job search.  However, if you have bad credit it might affect your ability to land a job.  Learn how to improve your credit in the following post so that it does not hinder your job search.

Featured: Not Featured This is a post by Anna Hicks. It’s a catch-22: to take on an unpaid internship, you often have to go into debt or rack up money on your credit cards. However, if you don’t manage your credit properly, you could prevent yourself from turning that internship into a full

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Posted February 28, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Do You Want to Go Abroad for a Position?

If you’re an internship finder who wouldn’t mind traveling abroad for a position, the following post has information about an opportunity you may want to consider.

Featured: Featured If you’ve caught the news or even read your Twitter feed recently, you know that our world is becoming increasingly global. As a result, international internships are becoming an important new experience to add to your arsenal – just ask TIME Magazine! read more

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Posted October 23, 2013 by

College Recruiters, Advice to Share with Students Anxious to Attend College

College recruiters can not only sell the reasons why prospective students should come to their schools, but also be a calming influence since the students are new to the college experience.  The following post has advice recruiters (as well as students) can share with students anxious to attend college.

Featured: Featured I’ve been interacting with high school students a lot more than usual and one of their main fears seems to be going to college. They’ve been telling me about the anxiety they feel going into college and being on their own for the first time. I’ve been thinking back on my

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Posted June 21, 2013 by

Jobs for College Students – Gift Giving for the Fourth of July During Your Internship

As jobs for college students, internships provide an opportunity to make a good impression.  If you have a summer internship, giving gifts for the Fourth of July might help your cause.  Learn more in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured An important part of professional etiquette is knowing when to give your coworkers gifts. In internships, most students focus on making the best impression possible toward their business associates. Giving a thoughtful Fourth of July gifts Fourth of July gifts to your department can be a nice

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Summertime Gifts for Professionals: 4th of July

Posted April 12, 2013 by

Tapping In To a Great Resource: Professors

College students should not just think of their professors as teachers, but also as invaluable resources for their careers.  The following post has three ways professors could help you beyond the classroom.

I have been blessed to have had some really exceptional professors in my collegiate career. Something I have noticed in my peers is a lack of appreciation for their professors’ knowledge and experience. Also, there seems to be an unwillingness to foster personal relationships with them that could be helpful

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Tapping In To a Great Resource: Professors