What We Do
The Border Collective is where 2 Ateneo de Manila seniors, Justine and Betina, write about internships, job hunting, and resume advice. All for free. We just want to help our fellow Asian students out since all the advice on Google was made for Americans and Europeans.
How We’ve Been Doing It
The Border Collective writes 2 different regular series: the Internship FAQ’s where Betina and Justine answer your questions about interning, job hunting, resumes, and interviews! And the Intern-view series, where we invite people who’ve interned at other places to talk about their intern journey here on The Border Collective.
Betina also talks about YouthHack, an organization dedicated to helping high school and college students get into tech through hackathons. She’s a PR manager for YouthHack Manila. Justine talks about INKOMPASS, the number 1 global internship program for college students with 2 years left in school. She’s part of the Philippines’ first batch of INKOMPASS interns.
Our mission is simple. Make interning a mainstream thing. Make the process easier. Dispel the myths around it. That’s it.
Why Is It Called The Border
A long time ago, this was supposed to be something else. Now it’s evolved. But the old reason is, “Because we aren’t as mainstream as other bloggers, who only talk about “food, fashion, and life”.
And we’ve stayed true to that.
Want to Submit Something To The Border?
Looking for a platform to voice your opinions? Want to offer advice to your fellow uninformed as well? We’d love to help!
Send us your write-up in .docx format to email@example.com, under the subject, THE BORDER SUBMISSION.
Thank You For Your Support!
It means a lot to us for people to be reading and sharing our advice. You’re helping us achieve our mission So, thanks! For specific questions and ideas, you can email Justine (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Betina (email@example.com).