Monthly Archives: May 2016

Life Not Being #Flawless Is OK

I have never been the “go with the flow”, “let it roll off your back” type of person. I am a do-er, a planner and, admittedly, a brown-nosing overachiever type. All of this adds up to one fact: I have not yet … Continue reading

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Be Their Friend

My last piece of advice to any new intern is to simply be a friend to the people you work with.Whether you report to a team, a supervisor or a different person every week- the best way to understand the … Continue reading

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Staying Focused On The Job

Summer is right around the corner and you may start to notice that it’s getting harder to stay focused on the job while catching a glimpse at the beams of light that shed through your office blinds on a regular … Continue reading

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How to feel integrated in a new workplace

One of the most daunting things about being an intern in an unfamiliar workplace is feeling like you are a true part of the team and not just a temporary employee. There are a few things I’ve found that aid in the … Continue reading

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Finish your internship with a challenge

As our internships are winding down, I think it’s important to begin thinking about big projects to undertake. This project can be something visual and obvious, or more internal. Either way it should be something that will impress your boss … Continue reading

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Culture is Key

Everybody, we’re almost done… It’s funny to see how far we have come since high school. One thing I have realized that has changed the most about me is my priorities and values. A year ago I probably would have … Continue reading

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Say it with a smile

One of comedian Kevin Hart’s funniest lines is advice his uncle, a real tough guy, gave him on his elocution. “Say it with your chest!“ But the final bit of advice I want to give is an observation I’ve noticed in … Continue reading

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