Monthly Archives: April 2016

Death of the Watercooler

Ten years ago, when I was thinking of being new at my future job, I was thinking about how I was going to win over my coworkers with chatter about the latest TV shows (Are you all caught up on … Continue reading

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Slow and Steady

“It’s a Marathon Not a Sprint” If you’re like me or any other millennial- this is the common cliché you’ve heard many times throughout young-adulthood and never realized how viable it was until you became “the intern.” Nothing feels better … Continue reading

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The New Kid on the Block

  It’s hard to be the “new kid,” especially when, as an intern, your knee-jerk reaction when you first step into the office is to try to follow the lead or the legacy of interns that came before you or … Continue reading

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Finding Your Perfect Match

..Your perfect company culture match, that is. Gone are the days of worshipping the “workaholic” who spends 90% of his time in the office and missed your whole childhood because of business trips (just me?). Searching for jobs has become easier … Continue reading

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What Every New Intern Should Always Remember

Since I had my first internship during the summer going into my junior year, I must say that I have really learned a lot. Looking back, there are definitely some things I wish I would have known before jumping into … Continue reading

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Wading into the Unknown

For my first blog post I want to talk about the unknown, that moment when you find yourself thrust into a new situation you have to navigate. This should be at the forefront of all interns’ minds — I know … Continue reading

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A narrow focus leads to success

I’ve had a couple internships before this position at a small, community paper. And it took some time to appreciate the little things a nationally subordinate organization can offer. But to do so, one needs to be willing to look. It can … Continue reading

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