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  • Digging Up Dirt: Go Inside Archaeology Jobs Fieldwork

    Jun 5, 2015 • Textbooks.com • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Digging Up Dirt: Go Inside Archaeology Jobs Fieldwork

    Get an inside look at anthropology internships via our Q&A with a Michigan State University student about her archaeology jobs, fieldwork experience and advice...

  • Love at First Bite: Go Inside a Graphic Design Internship at KIND Bars

    Apr 23, 2015 • Textbooks.com • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Love at First Bite: Go Inside a Graphic Design Internship at KIND Bars

    Get an inside look at a graphic design internship at KIND Bars. Graphic design intern Madeleine San Martin chats with us about her internship experience and advice for fellow designers. ...

  • Internship Profile: Q&A with a Smithsonian Library Intern

    Jan 7, 2015 • Textbooks.com • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Internship Profile: Q&A with a Smithsonian Library Intern

    Check out our Q&A with a Smithsonian library intern about her internship experience and advice for fellow history majors and aspiring curators...

  • Q&A with a Fashion Intern at Oscar de la Renta

    Oct 22, 2014 • Textbooks.com • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Q&A with a Fashion Intern at Oscar de la Renta

    As a fashion merchandising management major at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Chelsea Turpin trained in JC Penney’s leadership program before her internship at a luxury eyewear showroom in New York City. Then she shot for the top. And got there. “I’ve always wanted to work with a high-end designer," says Turpin. "Who’s bigger than Oscar de la Renta?” ...

  • Q&A with a Hollywood Film Production Intern

    Sep 23, 2014 • Textbooks.com • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Q&A with a Hollywood Film Production Intern

    Meet Imogen Browder. California native. English major. Tufts University junior. Creator, writer, and executive producer of the web series, Jules and Monty, a modern-day interpretation of Romeo and Juliet. This summer she added film production intern to her resume, working on the Warner Brothers lot for Mad Chance, the production company behind films like “10 Things I Hate About You,” “Get Smart,” and the upcoming “American Sniper” with Bradley Cooper. Read on for our Q&A with Imogen about her internship experience, challenges, and advice...

  • Dear Interns: 7 Things You Can Do Now to Get the Most Later

    Aug 25, 2014 • Textbooks.com • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Dear Interns: 7 Things You Can Do Now to Get the Most Later

    Your fall internship. The first day is just around the corner. You’ll be gaining hands-on experience, building a wow-worthy resume, and impressing future references with your can-do attitude. As you settle into your new internship position, keep in mind these must-do’s so that your part-time co-op is laying the perfect foundation for that future full-time [&hellip...

  • Internships for College Freshmen: Don’t Be Afraid to Browse

    Sep 5, 2013 • Loretta Kay • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    Internships for College Freshmen: Don’t Be Afraid to Browse

    Internships for college freshmen are a great way to jump-start your career search. Contrary to the impression you might have gotten when choosing a school, you don’t have to have a solid career path as soon as you get to college. I, for example, know that I want to write for a living, but I [&hellip...

  • How to Find an Internship: Use Your School’s Career Resources

    Aug 13, 2013 • Loretta Kay • Work & InternshipsRead More »
    How to Find an Internship: Use Your School’s Career Resources

    When I first started college, I had no idea how to find an internship. All the upperclassmen I met seemed to have amazing internships, but I didn’t know where to start looking. Luckily, I realized that they hadn’t had to go far. My school had tons of ways to find internships! I just had to [&hellip...