From the Inside Flap
How can an internship launch your career?
What do Oprah Winfrey, Katie Couric, and Bill Clinton have in common? They all had internships: Winfrey began her career interning at WTVF in Nashville, Couric got on the road to fame interning at a Washington radio station, and Clinton wet his political feet interning for Senator J. William Fulbright.
Is there an internship that?s perfect for you?
Yes, there is. An internship can put you on the path to success, point you in a new career direction, help you discover your talents, and give you great experience. A successful internship can also help ensure gainful employment after you finish high school, college, or grad school.
What advantage does The Best 109 Internships give you?
The competition for good internships is fierce, but this book gives you a competitive edge. The Best 109 Internships puts you on the inside track for the best opportunities in law, the environmnet, advertising, sports, computers, journalism, music, health care, publishing, finance, education, television?even beer production?and more.
The best information on the best internships!
§In-depth, candid critiques of the internship and its daily responsibilities
§Feedback from actual interns
§Advice on how to land the internship of your choice
§Crucial information on important deadlines and the materials required to complete an excellent application
§And, of course, our patented Busywork Meter, which tells you the truth about how much mind-numbing, menial labor will be expected of you
If you want a great internship, you need this book.
About the Author
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