Posts tagged ‘Internships’

The Untold Stories of (Working on) Broadway

Jennifer Tepper’s life is full of problems. On any given day, she may be solving logistical nightmares like selling tickets for one of the 16 performances…

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How One Theatre Major Ended up in Customer Care

You’ve just spent the past four years immersing yourself in all aspects of theatre—the playwrights, the history, the technical aspects of putting on productions. So when…

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Basketball Shots: The Secret to Videoing for the NBA

You control people, toy with their emotions. With a simple signal you can make thousands gasp in horror or shout with excitement. The energy of the…

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Why You Might Be Your Own Worst Enemy in Your Job Search

You just spent the past four years of your life at a university reading books and learning about stuff. The years before that were spent at…

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Surviving San Francisco: An Intern’s Tale

Are you taking an internship or a permanent position in San Francisco? I’m no expert, but I’ve picked up a thing or two about settling into…

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The Basics of Job Shadowing

You show up to the address that your mother’s boss’s brother provided you with over the phone. Gazing up at the foreign building, you start to…

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Bet You Didn’t Know Your Career Center Offered This

The college career center. That looming building on the far side of campus. You heard that they offer services that might be helpful, but you just…

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Why Working in Retail Might Be the Key to Landing Your Dream Job

“Excuse me, but do you have this in, like, any other colors?” You cringe at the high-pitched voice that is already filled with dissatisfaction. You know…

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Yes, You CAN Be a Ninja At Work With These 6 Karate Teachings

The other day (and by the other day, I mean months ago), I was talking to my friend who is the mother of two young girls.…

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You’ve Got 6 Seconds to Tell Your Story on Your Résumé—Make ‘Em Count!

We get it—you’re a super complex person, full of nuance and subtlety, and there’s no way that all that can be distilled into a single page…

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