Tag Archives: internship

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Looking Professional On a Budget

Getting that first full-time ‘grown-up’ job is an exciting step. After spending four or more years getting an undergraduate degree, this step is what makes it all seem worth it. As great as it is, however, getting the first job tends to be quite stressful when it comes to being presentable in the work force. Unless you held […]

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#getLYFTed with pureLYFT

Today I had the opportunity to try a pureLYFT caffeine stick. When trying the stick I couldn’t help but think to myself  of all my millions of coffees, Red Bulls, Monsters and 5 Hour Energy Shots, and how I would happily trade them all for pureLYFT.  It was that good.  It was definitely the same kick, […]

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What I learned Applying to My First Internship

  Just a first-year student trying to find her first internship among the sea of more qualified candidates. 1. Don’t be afraid to ask for help I had no idea what in the world I was doing. I was on the phone with my mom every day and saw a bunch of my friends doing […]

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Interview Do’s and Don’ts

Congratulations! You’ve landed the interview. You’re in the right mindset and ready to go. But before you step foot out the door make sure you keep in mind the essential interview basics. These may seem pretty obvious but many candidates shoot themselves in the foot by making simple mistakes. -Dress like a professional even if […]

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Let’s Get That Internship by Andrea Seib

Welcome to Part 1 of 4 in our internship series. In this series we will take you through everything from the search to landing the job. This can be an overwhelming and stressful time. I remember what it was like to be in your shoes. By my junior year of college I had held many […]

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Dear Amy Schumer

Dear Amy Schumer, See, we don’t really have a plan here, but I guess you of all people have taught us about improvisation and authenticity and the importance of saying exactly what you want to say, when you want to say it. There might be some run ons here and a missed comma there, but […]