Do internships really pay? While not all internships pay off, monetarily, it does appear as if taking on an internship can really help jump start the career path of new grads with big ambitions. InternMatch conducted one of the largest internship surveys of all time in order to discover the state of the modern internship.
Got a summer internship already lined up? Still looking for one? Considering whether an internship is right for you? CampusBooks can help. Here’s the scoop on types of summer internships, how to be a good intern, and what to expect in terms of compensation and experience and subsequent job leads after internship.
You want to work your dream job. You can’t do that, unless you learn how to be an intern. This infographic from Progressive Business Publications is a guide on how you can do that.
An internship can be valuable part of a professional’s career path, whether you’re offering a program to students or recent grads. While many internship programs have gone through a transformation in the recent past, paving the way to the ultimate internship program takes some fine tuning. The following infographic showcases how you can transform your internship program.
Letting interns go unpaid may soon be a thing of the past. Today’s interns aren’t just faced with needing a high level of experience to enter a slow job market — thanks to student loan debt, they’re also more cash-strapped than ever before.
In light of the many recent intern compensation lawsuits, it’s safe to say internships are in the spotlight. But as an employer, it’s your duty to provide your interns with a lot more than just fair compensation. In fact, if you’re not on trend with the current state of the internship, you’re bound to miss out on a slew of worthy candidates.
Today’s students embark on internships during college to gain out-of-the-classroom experience prior to entering their industry. But did you know that the predecessor of today’s internship came to life in the 11th century? The interns of the past were apprentices seeking practical experience to grow their skill set in a trade, art, or calling.