Every Monday morning, we have a an Intern Queen Team call to check in and catch up.We start by talking about what everyone did over the weekend, specifically what everyone did to relax.
This is a guest blog post by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Jenelle Yee.Starting my first job out of college was an incredibly exciting milestone in my life. However, I quickly realized that as a new college graduate, it could be pretty tricky to know how to handle unfamiliar situations in the workplace.
The tips below are real pointers that I gave a student from UCLA who showed me his resume. I was glad he came to me, as his resume needed work. I hope these pointers I gave him help you with your resume!
For the past seven years, we’ve been planning our annual event, The Intern Queen Party. Every year, we deal with new roadblocks and new challenges when throwing this event.
One of my employees asked me what strategies I use when I pitch myself to brands or companies – which I tend to do quite frequently.I didn’t have a go-to answer as it’s something that I really have to think about.
This blog post was written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Saya Arakawa, a 2012 graduate of UCF and current On-Air Promotions Planner at NBC Sport Golf Channel.Throughout college, it’s engraved into our minds on how to find the right career path and what resources to use to help you get your dream job.
Everyone is cranky in the office. It’s almost summer and the team is more focused on vacation-planning than work. Just remember, this is a great time to stand out at work and make a few personal adjustments that can really help you improve.
I started Internqueen.com back in 2009 and it wasn’t easy.
Need a little boost at work? Feeling a little bored with everything? Here are a few ways to perk up your performance at work TOMORROW!
This is a guest blog post written by Mercey Livingston. This September I attended a Career Insights Breakfast with Six Degrees Society and Lauren Berger at Bar Works in New York City.