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If you are tasked with creating a program for your organization, some design basics can help you create an internship program that works.
Maine CIO Jim Smith is collaborating with academia and the private sector to improve how the state grooms, recruits and hires IT and cyber professionals.
What you need to know to excel in your summer internship.
GovLoop is hiring! We are looking for bright, hard-working current or recent students (an undergraduate degree, or working towards one, is all that is required) to join us starting May 22. These are paid internships in Downtown DC. Positions are 4 months with the opportunity to extend to 8 months. We’re looking for those interested in editorial/writing, events,Read… Read more »
Here at GovLoop, our goal is simple: connect government to improve government. In order to do that, we need awesome, hard-working fellows to help us out! We’re hiring our next cohort of undergraduate or recently graduated students for our fall fellowship program. This is a full time, four month (August 22 – December 23), paid internshipRead… Read more »
Learn some helpful practices to go from being an intern to a full-time employee.
Perhaps the reason we cling to the “get what you came for” attitude during graduate school (or a post-doctoral stint, or a low-paying internship) is that we need something to get us through the phase where we pay our dues, the phase where the hours are long and the paychecks are small. The incentive to… Read more »
This blog is the second of a two-part series called, “You Got the Position: Now What?” We’ll focus on what you as a millennial should do to maximize your position once you attain that awesome job or internship. You’ve landed the job, you’ve made an effort to put your best self forward in the firstRead… Read more »
As 2015 graduates enter the workforce this summer, let’s talk about a contentious topic: the unpaid internship. There are a myriad of opinions for and against unpaid internships, and there are compelling arguments for each position. While interns gain industry experience that could possibly result in fulltime employment, the unpaid aspect can seem exploitative. Indeed,Read… Read more »