Should I focus on volunteering with non-profits that provide job placement assistance, resume writing, and the like as those skills will be usuful to me or should I focus on working with organizations that are apart of the mental health industry?
I ask this because I am a electrical engineering major and I don't have a 3.0 GPA, which seems to be the threshold for most companies looking to hire college students. I would like to apply for most companies but I do not meet this requirement. I want to note that I usually don't meet this requireme
I have about 30 credits from a community college in Arizona Im wondering whether or not it's ok to start asking around for basic tech support internships at tech companies in AZ. I haven't even taken any tech classes yet but that's my major.
I'm planning on doing an internship in the summer but I'm not sure what makes an internship good or worth the time.
Hi, I'm a senior who is about to go to college and want to know all the various opportunities out there to study in other locations and the pros and cons of doing so.
Hi, I'm a senior who is about to go to college and want to know all the various opportunities out there to make money.
I am a high school student completing my sophomore year and looking for a summer job. Is it better to search for internship opportunities or volunteer opportunities since I have no work experience?
I'm a high schooler who would like to find an internship in the field of biomedical research, but I don't know if I should be inquiring professors or companies in that field.
I'm a high schooler who would like to get an internship at a local college. Is sending an email asking for one enough or should I also add a resume?
Hi, I am graduating high school this year and I wanted to apply for some internships at companies and/or hospitals. I would love to find out about some internships and how I can apply for them.
I am a Psychology major and an upper junior.
I'm in high school and would like to find an internship. However, I'm not sure on which questions I should be asking to get the most of my experience.
I'm interested in finding an internship at a research company or university, but I am not sure what to put on my resume as I don't have any experience working elsewhere.
I have a few interviews coming up in the following two weeks, and I'm not entirely sure what I should wear to it. I was planning on wearing dress shirt, a tie, khakis, and dress shoes, but I'm afraid it might be too informal. I'm not sure if I will be afford a suit or where I would be able to get on
I have the opportunity to be an intern at the Cleveland Clinic - a Laboratory Medicine internship. I'm hoping to someday be either a Geneticist or a Research Scientist in Biology, so you can see how this internship is relevant. Also, I hope to go to Case Western Reserve University, so this interns
The Cleveland Clinic is offering an internship in my area. The application requires a couple documents that I am unfamiliar with, so I'm having trouble getting them together. The documents are:
-A Cover Letter
-A Resumé (or Résumé?)
I'm homeschooled so these are entirely new to me! Can someone g
I'm a sophomore in college, and I recently went to a technical fair and talked to a lot of recruiters, and many of them have gotten back to me and said that they wanted to set up a phone interview with me. However, I have little experience in interviews and I'm not sure what I should expect from a p
How do you get the connections to get jobs and internships?
I really don't have any publications (just some publication-hopeful projects), but most people are telling me that I should consider changing my resume to a C.V. What is the difference? From what I've read, it has a lot of room for publications, but that would be empty space for me.
Studying abroad does not fit into my college plan of study. However, I am considering volunteering abroad. Yet, most of the experiences seem very costly.
I know for internships there is usually a GPA cut-off. I am wondering if for real jobs, after you've had some experience, do they weigh your GPA as heavily when considering you for a position?
My friend and I are looking at some potential summer internships and most of them require some degree of experience in a field. So, are there any internships available geared towards people with very minimal to no experience?
I am currently applying for internships online, and along with my resume, they often ask me to include a cover letter. I am not sure how to write one, or what it should be about. What do I include in the cover letter? Is there a general format to follow?
I'm wondering if paid internships mean that you have to know more and be more experienced than if you had unpaid internships. But that is probably inaccurate so it would be nice if someone could tell me if there are any differences other than one being paid and the other not.
I see that some internships require prior experience in a field, are there also internships that require minimal experience? What do recruiters look at when selecting interns?
I want to find an internship for summer but I would also like to know a variety of good websites that post these internships.
I have some internship interviews coming up soon for internships in transportation management and logistics. Should I ask question to the interviewer? If so what kind of questions?
Is it appropriate to ask a professor who doesn't know you very personally, but you did well in their class?
Where I volunteer is a pretty impersonal place. I just go in unnoticed and barely get acknowledged by any staff. I understand that the staff is both busy and tired (this is an animal ER). I don't want to interrupt them, but how can I make good relations? The program offers letters of recommendation
I am a junior college student majoring in Geography. I am looking to obtain an internship in the field of transportation. I have recently got two internship interviews and am curious what I should wear to them.