Internships open the doors to opportunities for your future career. It is the perfect opportunity to get work experience, learn valuable skills and life lessons, but at the same time explore your passion and what type of career you would like to pursue.
Doing an internship, while studying, is perfect for many reasons. First and foremost, the timing is right. You can spend at least two to three months of your summer break to actually work without having to worry about time constraints. Summer breaks are long and doing internships can really make your summer worthwhile.
What does a company expect from a 20 year old intern without adequate real life work experience? Most twenty year old students are entering sophomore year of college and those “101 classes” have not really given valuable work experience. Here are some of the skills that employers value when they decide to hire interns.
Most of these skills can be mastered, or learned, before your internship even starts. College lifestyle and classes enable a person to socialize with peers, professors, or colleagues. This is why doing an internship in your twenties really matters. You’re at that age that will allow you to learn and grow. Who knows, by your late twenties you might be on the path to ridiculous success.
There are certainly many ways in which you can prepare yourself for an internship. All in all, trust in your abilities and potential to succeed. Here is a rundown of the things AIP can do to help you find the perfect, and tailored, internship.
One thing that everyone in their twenties should take advantage of is living life to the fullest. Yes, internships abroad really give you extremely unique work experiences but you’ll get the chance to live in another country, learn a new culture, try new dishes, and so much more. Here are some reasons why internships abroad are extremely beneficial.
We specialize in finding the perfect internships for college students in their twenties. Internships lead to multiple opportunities, including employment after graduation. What is stopping you from living your life and getting your dream job?