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What is the Value of an Internship for Job Seekers

What is the Value of an Internship for Job Seekers | Career Advice |

The article helps explore the value an internship can bring to your career. Including job experience, finding out if you really do like the industry, networking, competitive edge, experience for your resume, and an inside track to a full time job.

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Converting an Internship Into a Full Time Job

Converting an Internship Into a Full Time Job | Career Advice |

Five Strategies to Build Career Momentum. Free E-book download.


If you’ve just completed an internship – or short-term opportunity, you may find yourself wondering: “What’s next?” or “How am I going to land a full-time job in an unprecedentedly tough market?”


You are not alone. One of the biggest challenges post-college is graduating from an internship to full-time employment.


Over the past ten years, I’ve helped over 2,000 students and recent grads land their first full-time jobs. Here are five winning strategies that I’ve seen in practice. Use these tips to leverage an internship or convert another short-term work opportunity into a full-time offer.


I hope you find this e-book to be helpful.


To Your Success, Chandlee Bryan



Nowadays doing internship is being kind of mandatory for people to get full time job.

A lot of people are applying internship program of many companies and they work hard to convert into full time job. Here are some tips for converting an internship into a full time job. Check it! ^ ^

Via streetsmartprof, Jody Woohyung Jeon, Imran M. Ismail
Ken Morrison's comment, June 10, 2012 8:03 PM
This statistic is surprising to me:
– even in a down market: in 2010, nearly 45% of all employment offers reported to the National Association of Colleges and Employers were made by companies to former interns.

I am curious how statistics in Korea compare to these US statistics. Good luck this week Jody.