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Career Jobs & Internships

So your summer internship just wrapped up, and you’re getting ready to head back to school. But if you want to be the best intern ever (and increase your chances of a job after graduation), your involvement with the company shouldn’t end on your last day as an intern! Staying up-to-date with your former colleagues and developing those personal relationships is a crucial part of demonstrating your dedication to the company, and, therefore, how valuable you would be as a future employee. Check out HC’s tips for staying active at the company you interned for, even if your internship took place...
All summer long, you tried to turn your negative internship around, but whether you dealt with one disaster after the next, you struggled to appease a horrible boss or the internship just wasn’t a good fit for your personality or career goals, the internship you’d dreamed of for so long was not what you thought it would be. A bad internship experience can happen to the best of us, but figuring out what to say about said internship to acquaintances, friends and potential employers can be tricky. Check out HC’s tips for how to talk about an internship that you hated (without lying or bashing...
Congratulations! You’re almost done with your internship. While fetching coffee and making copies may have been a drag sometimes, you may find yourself feeling a little sad that you’re leaving your cozy cubicle next to all of your fabulous intern friends. One of the best things about summer internships is the people you meet, particularly the other collegiette interns with whom you worked. Just because your internship is ending doesn’t mean that your friendships with fellow interns have to end as well! Staying connected with your fellow interns can help build your professional network, and...