Spider-Man and an intern are more similar than you think. Here’s how your internship and career can benefit from this superhero’s story.
If you think you can hold it together through both University and internship, you are wrong! Read my experience to juggle both in balance.
Do you feel that it is hard to manage both University and internship? We all have been there, let me tell you how I do it.
“You need some experience to get experience”. This might seem like the biggest struggle facing young professionals looking to join the workforce nowadays. Employers tend to rely on resumes that illustrate a relevant work experience, and this could be obtained through an internship, volunteer work or an actual full-time job experience. That’s why, during your college years, working as an intern would, by far, be your most advantageous plan.
It’s still a controversial matter in some countries whether to pay interns you employ in your company or not, for example, it wasn’t until this month that the European Parlimant officially banned unpaid internships in a historic decision. But according to the Egyptian labor law, it falls upon the employers to choose whether they want to compensate the interns or not. So if it depends on you as an employer, here is what you should consider if you are paying or not paying your interns.
It is quite intimidating to conquer the business world when you barely have any experience. But there is no better way to overcome this fear than facing it. If you still think that you are not ready to start a full-time job yet, summer is full of internship opportunities. So pick yourself one, because an internship is totally worth your time.
Not convinced yet? Keep reading, and we will give five reasons why an internship is an experience you will never regret.
To take ownership of your work is to step up to the plate, take control of the task at hand, and take full responsibility for the triumphs and failures. It allows you to lead your projects, fully learn from your mistakes, and manage your own career growth.
It’s the difference between having to do a task and wanting to do a task. So how should you do that?