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Mary Barra has been chosen to take over as CEO of General Motors in January, making her the first woman to lead the U.S. car company. Barra has worked her way to the top and started as an intern back when she was an eighteen-year old engineering student at General Motors Institute. She began her career as a factory floor intern more than 30 years ago and went on to receive an MBA at Stanford University.

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Charles Schwab is a financial services firm that is widely recognized as a great place to work. The quality of their employees and candidates owes some credit to a robust, well thought out talent acquisition strategy. Their recruiters, known as “Schwab talent advisors”, are opening up and sharing their advice for job and internship seekers.

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The Y9 Group endeavors to help create and build programs and organizations that will efficiently and effectively strengthen communities through education, social awareness and a call to action to give back to those less fortunate.

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Monday – the most productive day of the week! Here are some links to go along with your second cup of coffee:

-Ever wondered how internships got started? The evolution of internships.
-Considering going to grad school? 5 things to know about the applications.
-8 things internship coordinators look for in cover letters. Become a cover letter pro.

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Just Got Hired: Fredy Vasquez

December 15, 2013

Every week, we’ll feature new students who Just Got Hired by using Internships.com. They’ll share some fun facts about themselves and their new internship. Congratulations!

Fredy is a senior Lake Forest College majoring in communications.

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A Ray of Hope exists to transform individuals, families, and communities by sharing the truth that every life is special and significant. Their vision is to witness a movement of transformed, inspired, and empowered individuals making a difference in the world.

Patricia J. Riley, Executive Assistant at A Ray of Hope on Earth, shares the company’s history and what it’s like to work with the organization.

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Every week, we’ll feature new students who Just Got Hired by using Internships.com. They’ll share some fun facts about themselves and their new internship. Congratulations!

Nohely is a communications major with a double concentration in Radio & TV Production & PR & Journalism at Monmouth University.

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Students majoring in wildlife study the biology of animals as well as their habitats and related ecosystems. Areas of study range from diseases to wildlife conservation. With jobs in wildlife-related fields on the rise get started today with one of these internships.

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Monday – the most productive day of the week! Here are some links to go along with your second cup of coffee:

-Feeling a little awkward at your internship? Learn how to deal with it.
-Get the most out of an internship. Ask questions & evaluate if the internship is right for you.
-”Tell me about yourself.” Tips on how to respond to this common interview question.

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Just Got Hired: Kara Howell

December 8, 2013

Every week, we’ll feature new students who Just Got Hired by using Internships.com. They’ll share some fun facts about themselves and their new internship. Congratulations!

Kara has graduated from Columbia International University with a Masters degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

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