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an internship can guide career choice

Choosing a college major is one of the most stressful decisions a student has to make in their collegiate life. You want to pursue something that you are interested in, but you also want to pursue something that will secure a successful job in the future. How can a student know what field they are

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Tools To Make Managing Social Media Easier

As a Social Media Intern one of my roles this summer is to write andschedule social media posts that attract visitors and get clicked.        Over the last decade social media has influenced the way in which people of all ages get and share information. What started out as a way to display your

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3 keys to multitasking your internship

The summer after my sophomore year was probably one of the busiest summers of my life. I decided that I was going to take summer classes as well as pursue an internship. Juggling an internship and a class schedule is obviously very hectic. You want to make sure that you are upholding your part in an

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virtual internship

Just after I had finished my NCAA tournament this spring, I had found out that I needed to have surgery on my patella tendon. This was very disheartening coming from someone who needs to stay active in order to not go insane. The doctors explained that the recovery is 3-5 months and the first 6

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my summer internship by Beatrice Capra

For most people who know me, I have always been considered just a tennis player. I have been en route to pursue a professional career in tennis my entire life, however, I decided to come to college because I wanted the security of having an education. College has been an amazing experience, and I have

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social media intern Beatrice Capra

Last week we welcomed our summer social media marketing intern, Beatrice Capra. I met Trice last summer, and had an opportunity to get to know her as she searched for an internship in the South Florida area. Trice is a student-athlete at Duke University on the Women’s Tennis Team majoring in Anthropology, with a certificate

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Chess game

Very few workplace topics elicit the passion and the conflict as managing millennials and baby boomers in the workplace. Stereotypes abound: Millennials have a weak work ethic, and Boomers are motivated by money and position: USAToday Baby Boomers are often viewed as competitive workaholics while Gen Y is collaborative and expect flexible hours and work-life balance:

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virtual career fair

An annual college tradition is employers descending on college campuses across the country to set up job fairs to educate and recruite potential employees, while students spend days getting their resumes updated, scheduling interviews that won’t conflict with classes, and trying to figure out what to wear. The headline tells an interesting story: 1st, there

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Gen Y and Internships

The HR Impact Zone: Building An Internship Program is designed to offer employers a simple roadmap to create  a successful internship program and internship environment that: • Helps the intern to discover their career interest and potential. • Allows employers to discover the potential of perspective fulltime employee. • Allows employers find and leverage new and modern ideas

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Measuring Performance

For Christmas my wife bought me a Nike FuelBand. I vaguely knew what they were, but I had no interest in wearing one. I thanked her, and added it to the pile on the desk. Then we went to dinner with friends and he was wearing one. He’s the CEO of his company. And his

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