After spending months preparing for the internship of your dreams, the last thing you want to do is jeopardize it from the beginning. Her Campus gives you 10 ways to lose your internship, and how to avoid these mistakes
In one short month summer will be here, and millions of Linksters, also known as "The Facebook Generation," will be working in small businesses as office assistants, interns, busboys, lifeguards and camp counselors.
To celebrate the spirit of the internship, we've highlighted some great mentors and their summer interns on our blog. See what beauty expert Bobbi Brown, Glamour's Anne Christensen and Refinery 29's Christene Barberich have to say.
San Francisco twenty-somethings are a curious bunch. They shell out $5 for a scoop of ice cream, yet trek home by foot from the Mission instead of putting that same Lincoln towards cab fare. I know these contradictions to be true because I embody them.
You may have begun the summer feeling like you scored your dream internship -- an internship in the industry you one day hope to take over, at the company you've always idolized. But a month or so in, and things are not quite what they seem.