Internships may be your first taste of the working world, but it may not be sunshine and roses. A pragmatic reality of gaining work experience is that you might end up experiencing some of the problems that are common in the working world as well. So it’s best to know how to handle some of those just in case.
The end of the internship doesn’t mean the end of the relationship with your boss and coworkers, as long as you end it right. The whole point of doing an internship is to help you gain experience that can help you launch your career. With that in mind, you should evaluate the overall experience to determine how you can maximize your available opportunities. Here's how to do it!
Your LinkedIn profile is the foundation for your personal branding; neglecting it means selling yourself short of an opportunity to display your skills and motivations to employers as you search for internships.
Once you've made that stellar CV, you'll want to make sure it ends up in the right person's inbox and that your email piques the hiring manager's interest enough to review your application. Here’s a simple guide to help you email recruiters with elegance!