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The Coffee Run: And Other Internship Need-to-Knows Paperback – August 25, 2015
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"College students should not even think about starting their careers – or even starting an internship – without first reading Sydney’s important guidebook. Plus it’s a fun and entertaining read!" ― Jack Myers, Author of The Future of Men: Masculinity in the Twenty-First Century
"Read this book and get noticed in the C-Suite! Learn how to climb the success ladder faster and have other people getting coffee for you!" ― Jeffrey Hayzlett, Primetime TV & Radio Host and Best-Selling Author
"Sydney embodies what it takes in moving forward in this day and age. Every person who seeks to gain more insight into breaking into their chosen field should have this book in their collection." ― Gina Tognoni, Daytime Emmy Award Winning Actress
"An essential blueprint for young people with invaluable career advice. If you want a successful launch into the workforce, The Coffee Run is a must read. Sydney nails it!" – Holly Rust, Author, Writer, The Huffington Post
About the Author
Sydney Nicole Fulkerson graduated early and with Honors from the University of Kentucky where she earned her BS in Merchandising and a Minor in Business. During her senior year, she wrote an internship how-to guide for students, titled The Coffee Run: And Other Internship Need-to-Knows. Her internship expertise derived from a handful of sales and marketing internships across the country. When she’s not writing and speaking to students, she’s most likely finding any excuse to travel and any excuse to support her degree: stimulating the economy through shopping.
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Top customer reviews
This book was like the opposite of what I expected. I saw the cover and the title and the sub-title and thought "oh, funny stories about internship that have lessons learned the hard way." It's actually far more practical than that.
I didn't really like this book as it in no way applied to me nor interested me, BUT I think it will e a very useful book for anyone looking for not only an internship but any kind of job. This sort of book is something I wish I had read when I was looking for my job.
Overall, would I buy it? Yes, but as a gift and I really wouldn't buy as many as I would have if it was the type of book I expected it to be.
This book is effective at documenting real life internship experiences. It contains great insight into the process and fundamentals of what to expect. I believe every college freshman should read the book. Its an encouraging light for every young college student.