Tag Archive | "internship"

Difference between An Intern and Internist in the Medical Field

Monday, September 24, 2012


It may come as a surprise, but the difference between an intern and an internist, in regards to the medical field, is an astoundingly large one. In fact, the only thing these two positions have in common when it comes to the medical field is the fact that they are both positions that happen to […]

The Importance of Keeping in Touch When Your Internship Ends

Friday, September 14, 2012


An internship can be a great, enlightening experience for those who take advantage of them. It won’t be easy, naturally, as you’re going head first into a whole new world, but that’s part of the point of an internship. You’re getting your feet wet before you jump into the pool. Even if you’re working unpaid […]

How Well Will an Internship Prepare You for a Real Job?

Friday, September 7, 2012


Internships are a great way to find solid experience and get your feet wet when it comes to your chosen profession, but many mistakenly think of them as a golden ticket straight to a job as soon as you’ve graduated. While this might be true in some cases, for the most part, an internship will […]

What Does a Physical Therapy Internship Entail?

Tuesday, September 4, 2012


A career in the field of physical therapy can be one of the most challenging and fulfilling for those interested in the science of kinesiology (the study of human movement) or in a medical field that doesn’t require 8 years of schooling followed by several more years of required internships and residency. Patients that are […]

How Interns Can Be Helpful and Upbeat Without Being Annoying

Friday, August 31, 2012


Internships are some of the most exciting positions that exist on the job market. Depending on what kind of company in which you wind up, an internship will get you the right foot in the door you’ll need to begin your career in earnest. It’s the proving grounds in almost every case, however, so your […]

What Does an IT Intern Do?

Friday, June 15, 2012


If you are entering your senior year of college or approaching graduation, it’s time to do whatever you can to improve your chances of landing a great job. It’s a difficult market for recent college graduates, as many experienced professionals are still looking for work due to the economy’s recent downturn. To help your odds, […]

Top 5 Federal Resume Writing Tips

Monday, April 9, 2012


Starting your career with the government starts like any other career–with a resume. They can be daunting writing tasks because most of us aren’t used to having to sell ourselves, especially in a couple pages or less. To help you get started or to refine your current resume, here are 5 tips to a solid […]

Top 5 Investment Banking Internship No Nos

Wednesday, April 4, 2012


You’re starting a summer internship with an investment banking firm. First, congratulations! You made it through a lot of class and homework and stood out among the other applicants. That’s an accomplishment, so pat yourself on the back. But don’t get too cocky, your bosses won’t like that. And just in case, here’s a list […]

Average Dental Residency Salary

Wednesday, March 21, 2012


Most students find themselves in the untenable position of paying a huge sum for their college education (or racking up student loans) while simultaneously being unable to work (thanks to the hours of class and study time required). Although some can squeeze in a part-time job to make ends meet (often an undesirable minimum-wage affair), […]

How to Nail Your Internship Interview

Saturday, March 10, 2012


You spent months doing research, sending out resumes and following up, all while juggling your college course load. And now you find you’ve actually got a slew of internship interviews to go to! You’re ecstatic, but also terrified, because the last thing you want is to have done all this work and then blow it […]