What should have been this Thursday’s post is coming out a bit late because
a) I posted the Blogapalooza one on Wednesday evening, thereby messing up the post frequency, sorry not sorry, and
b) Betina and I put a bit more thought on what we wrote here than we normally did.
For most of you reading this series, the Internship FAQ’s is the closest, and potentially best, source of information you will get about interning as an Atenean. Or at least, that’s what we’re getting from the feedback we’ve received so far.
Continue reading “3 Things You Need To Know Before You Go Off Internship Hunting”
I’m interrupting the regular Thursday and Sunday night programming of the Internship FAQ’s series to bring you this message.
I had my version of a midlife crisis in early July 2015, which consisted of me realizing in the middle of my time at INKOMPASS, “What the fuck am I going to do during the school year?” Continue reading “If You’re In College, and Looking For A Legit Part-Time Job, This Is It”
For those just joining us now, my name is Justine Chua, my co-writer’s name is Betina Ong, and we are currently writing the Internship FAQ’s! We’re on part 3 already, so when you finish this up, I suggest you go to the posts before this and read the rest too. 🙂 If you can make a wittier, funner sounding name for this series, we would be greatly indebted to you because I am not punny or funny at all, so the name’s kinda boring. My friend voted we name it, “How to Survive the Semi-Real World”, and I’m actually a little tempted to. What do you guys think?
Continue reading “6 Incredibly Long Answers About Interning”
I like the questions asked this time around because they were similar questions I was asking in my head too before I started interning. These are the nervous, unsure questions that go through every student’s mind before they intern, in my opinion.
Continue reading “4 Specific Questions About Interning”
Not everyone has the same opportunities, even if they’re in the same situations simply because everyone only sees what they want to see. That’s a fact I realized when the other day, 6 random people messaged me about interning. These were hardworking people, with good grades, good orgs, good everything. And yet, they were nervous, curious, and questioning me nonstop about interning. Me who has none of their good things. How did it end up like this? Continue reading “The 15 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Interning – The Border Collective”