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5 Tips for Making The Most Of Your Internship

I remember my first experience as an intern. It was for an investment bank when I was 16 years old – young, ambitious but utterly clueless as to what actually happened in the working world, let alone the “exotic credit division”. One thing that I did appreciate was the experience of being in the apotheosis of a challenging, vibrant and noisy working environment, especially when so young. It gave me a feel of what the real world was like, and made me begin to think about my future in a serious way.

I have gone from a grungy teenager paradoxically dressed in a suit and thrust into the finance world, to an indie mophead working at a music magazine, to a clean shaven ‘Harvey Spector’ wannabe in a law firm, to finally a PR professional. During all of these internships (and identity crises), I have learned how to ensure the internship process is as valuable and productive as possible – and not the stereotypical experience of tea making and photocopying.  

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5 Tips for Making The Most Of Your Internship
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7 ways to land your second “real” job

“Tell me about what you would bring to the Senior Kitten Manager role”  

You’ve made it out of college and survived your first internship, your first day on the job, your first performance review, and your first office holiday party. Whether you’ve been at your first job for months or most of your adult life, at some point you may want to explore what else is out there. Your first job equipped you not only with the skills specific to your industry, but also how to function in a workplace environment.

From here, you can go anywhere. Finding your second job is different from your first. There’s no college career center to guide you, no campus recruiters inviting you to networking events. Instead, the most precious tools you have are your experiences, your network and your perserverance. Here’s how to get started:

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7 ways to land your second “real” job