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Posted June 12, 2014 by

College Students, Do You Have Virtual Internships as Jobs? Make Sure You Prepare for Them

Preparation is important to the success of college students with virtual internships as their jobs.  In the following post, get some advice that can help.

Featured: Featured At, we’ve run a virtual internship program for almost five years, inviting select students to join our team each semester for a life-changing and beneficial learning experience. Our virtual summer interns started last week – Cindy, Morgan, and more

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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Want to be a Summer Internship Finder? 6 Ways to Get a Position Just in Time for the Season

If you desire to become a summer internship finder, the following post suggest six ways to land a position just in time for the season.

With summer internship season just about in full swing, you may feel like you’ve been left in the dust. While most of your friends are staring up their summer internships, it seems like you’re the only one who hasn’t secured something for the summer. Feeling lost and frustrated with your internship search, you begin to wonder if you should


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Posted September 25, 2013 by

Recruiters, Are You Struggling to Find Top Talent for Entry Level Jobs at Career Fairs? 7 Mistakes You’re Making

Recruiters interested in finding college students for entry level jobs during in-person career fairs should be careful to avoid seven mistakes highlighted in the following post.

Did you know Brazen helps employers host their own virtual open houses and recruiting events? Learn how your company can connect with top talent online! Simply filling a booth at a college career fair doesn’t promise you the interest of talented soon-to-be graduates. Even so, on-location career fairs are still one of the top recruiting and hiring

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Posted June 07, 2013 by

Are Virtual Internships Good Jobs for College Students? 3 Factors to Consider

While many students with internships may be used to working in an office, today these opportunities exist online.  The following post includes three factors for considering virtual internships as jobs for college students.

Featured: Not Featured Virtual internships became really popular about three years ago, and have since become a hotly-debated topic. I recently saw a few tweets come across my desk stating that in-office internships were better than virtual internships. But as someone who has been running a virtual internship program for over three years (every


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Posted April 10, 2013 by

An Insider’s Guide to Virtual Internships

If you want to get the most out of your virtual internship, consider tips in the following post.

In the age of technology and people living on the internet, it’s no surprise that we have found a way to intern over the computer. Virtual internships are the latest trend to explode on college campuses and throughout different companies. A virtual internship is when a company allows an intern to do all their work from home

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Posted January 18, 2013 by

Have Internships Become the New Interview?

College students and recent graduates searching for jobs should strongly consider getting internships.  The following infographic details their value for these job seekers and the employers who want to hire them. (more…)

Posted April 20, 2008 by

From Web 2.0 to Web Infinity with Virtual Organization Management

Virtual Organization Management exponentially accelerates the evolution of the Web by leaps and bounds. Although we’re already in Web 3.0 stage—the processes and procedures tinkering stage—many of our colleagues are still talking Web 2.0–the social network stage. Nonetheless, regardless of which numeric [x.x] we attach at the end of the word “Web”, we will never be able to truly tap into the FULL power and potential of the Web, which I call “Infinity”, until we first understand and adopt the virtual organization management concept.
I guess the first thing that most likely comes to the mind of many is, “Wow, that’s a really loaded statement!” To make my point, let me take that initial statement a bit further with the following Precious Water and Glass-Container analogy:
All that the Web has to offer is equivalent to that PRECIOUS WATER we use to not only quench our thirst but also for a countless number of other uses and applications. But Virtual Organization Management is the GLASS or CONTAINER we use to hold that precious water. Without that glass or container, we will never really be able to harness the full power, potential, and benefits of that water.
Right now, we’re currently in the midst of a transition–a serious disruption–that no one is quite sure how to deal with. After all, what the HELL is a virtual organization or a virtual environment and why do we need virtual organization management? Almost everyone seems to understand the meaning of the words “Technology, Web Technology, the Internet, Blog, etc.,” however, most of us are not quite sure as to where this is really headed, hence, the confusion about what to do and what sort of new processes should be put in place in order to adapt to, and set the stage for, this new world; a new world that is rapidly evolving right there in front of our eyes, with no end in sight. As you can see, this uncertainty keeps us in a state of limbo, without any sense of urgency, even though the alarm bells are ringing all over and everyone is talking “globalization” and “adaptation.”
Our view is that there is NO uncertainty with respect to where the world is headed. At the risk of sounding INSANE, it is clear on our end that we are heading toward a near 100% virtual world. A revolution of gigantic proportions–a transformation unlike anything the world has ever experienced—and a paradigm shift from the way we are accustomed to doing things.
That’s right, with the exception of construction, manufacturing, transportation, hospitality, and other industries which require hard boots on the ground and a brick and mortar presence, these huge tower buildings will one day become relics of the past–architectural landmarks. A lot of them will be transformed into virtual data centers, although most new data centers will be built underground in highly secure, fire-proof and blast-protected bunkers.
Homes will have to be redesigned differently in order to adjust to the realities of the new workforce. Shopping centers will radically be transformed into entertainment centers. After all, form follows function. Employment and tax laws and benefits will have to be revised or be entirely scrapped off the books. Compensation and benefits formulas will require drastic overhauls. There will be a Global Virtualization-eCommerce Renaissance and prosperity shall flourish and abound in every corner of the globe. Our entire way of life will be affected.
Today’s methods of warfare will seem so archaic and primitive. Wars will no longer be fought on the battleground resulting in lost lives and limbs and destruction of physical infrastructure. Rather, they will be fought in a virtual environment between virtual networks with crippling and deadly accuracy. The first such world war could be called Virtual Network Apocalypse I.
Children will be taught about virtual organization management during pre-school and kindergarten in order to prepare them for the new world, just the way we begin to prepare them today at that age for today’s brick and mortar world. We see a future whereby the morning and afternoon rush hour traffic congestion is a THING OF THE PAST, some distant memory.
This future, my friends, is, relatively speaking, all possible within a short number of years with Virtual Organization Management–NOT Virtual Team Consulting–and those who begin to prepare for it TODAY will reap huge rewards and fortunes that are unimaginable by today’s standards.
At the risk of sounding alarmist, the ramifications for our entire global civilization are huge and astounding across the board. The adoption of Virtual Organization Management will generate not only tidal waves-but also huge tsunamis-of changes that will engulf and wash away those who are left unprepared for the changes coming our way.
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ABOUT AUTHOR: Pierre Coupet is the Founder, Chairman, CEO & Doctor of Virtual Organization Management at Virtual Organization Management Institute; the founder of the modern virtual organization management discipline and the world’s foremost expert on virtual organization management and recruitment. To contact the author, call 818-804-5959 or send email directly to
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