Interviewing for an internship is similar to a job interview, but not exactly the same. You most likely aren’t getting paid, so the stakes aren’t as high, and you are looking for more of a learning experience.
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Have you always planned on doing an internship before you graduate? Do you know exactly what kind of internship you want?
But, what happens when you can’t find that dream internship?
The answer is simple: create it yourself!
By Kim Dority
You’ve probably heard it many times – doing at least one internship before you graduate will substantially increase your job opportunities after you graduate.
And, in fact, that’s generally true.
Let’s face it: finding a job can be a job in itself! With all of the job board websites out there, it can be difficult to find what is actually relevant to you.
Today’s wisdom comes from Kim Dority, information professional extraordinaire.
We’re almost to the end! Some of you are probably already done for the semester, while others still have a few days, so I thought this might be a good time for some alumni wisdom. You know, wise words to help us de-stress (that’s a real coping mechanism, right?).
Remember that alumni survey I referred to last week? You probably won’t be surprised that your colleagues had plenty more to say!
If you are not brand new to the iSchool, you may remember SpartaJobs, SJSU’s job database. SpartaJobs is dead; long live Handshake!
In June, I attended my very first ALA Annual Conference in Chicago, IL. My overall impression was just that it was huge, but I had pockets of personal interactions that were really rewarding.