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Archive for July, 2010

30
Jul
2010

The Intern Queen Campus Ambassador Program

InternQueen

Are you an Intern Queen Fanatic?  Do you catch yourself checking out new listings and internship tips on a daily basis? We’d love to hear from you and have you apply for our Intern Queen Campus Ambassador Program.

Our Campus Ambassador’s are responsible for testing new products, providing feedback, and helping us spread the Intern Queen message. Ambassador’s must volunteer at most 5 hours per month and must currently attend high school, community college, or a 4-year college/university.

To apply, please send one paragraph explaining why it’s important for your campus to understand the need for internships. Please send your applications along with your contact information, school you attend, and your year in school to alyssa@internqueen.com.

We will be selecting the Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors within 2 weeks. Good luck everyone!

30
Jul
2010

Should I list my marks on my resume?

TalentEgg Incubator

While you are in school, grades have a lot of significance. Often students assume that grades are required on resumés. But outside of school, grades are usually a whole lot less significant than they…

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30
Jul
2010

The pros and cons of working for the family business

TalentEgg Incubator

Don’t be afraid to take that job in your family’s business and put on your resumé with pride. You may even find that job could offer a host of new opportunities on its own.

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28
Jul
2010

A Great Letter About Intern & Intern Queen

InternQueen

Here at Intern Queen Inc & InternQueen.com we get tons of testimonials from students, parents, career centers, and employers who are happy with their services for one reason or another. However, upon reading this note from ROAR, I simply had to share it with you. I’ve removed Christopher’s last name for privacy purposes but I really do congratulate him on making a wonderful impression at a great Management Company.

Intern Queen,

It was a great pleasure to have Christopher as my intern here at ROAR.  ROAR specializes in talent and brand management, and advisory service for the entertainment industry.  It also has a well regarded literature department, to which Christopher’s background was a perfect fit.  As a graduate of Columbia College Chicago with a BA in Screen and Television Writing, Christopher displayed the knowledge that was expected of him the moment he came to intern.

After the first few weeks, I recognized Christopher’s commitment to proving himself as a valuable member to not just the literature department, but the entire ROAR team.  Since coming in May, Christopher has been fully engrossed with the day to day workings of the literary department, along with taking the time to help other departments that have been short handed.  While at ROAR he has mastered a wide skill set, ranging from administrative duties to script and story analysis and has done all these task with a positive attitude.

I appreciated the work Christopher gave and continues to give at ROAR and I truly am grateful to the people at InternQueen who provided me with such an excellent partner to work alongside.  InternQueen is a wonderful service that I will use again, and I will most definitely be helping Christopher in his promising career.

-Internship Coordinator, ROAR

28
Jul
2010

Co-op spotlight: Waterloo biz student learns to live the pura vida in Costa Rica

TalentEgg Incubator

Jennifer Mansell, a fourth-year honours co-op environment and business student at the University of Waterloo, recently completed a work term in Costa Rica at the Centre for Tropical Agricultural…

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http://www.talentegg.ca/incubator


28
Jul
2010

Co-op spotlight: Waterloo business student learns to live the pura vida in Costa Rica

TalentEgg Incubator

Jennifer Mansell, a fourth-year honours co-op environment and business student at the University of Waterloo, recently completed a work term in Costa Rica at the Centre for Tropical Agricultural…

To view the remainder of the article please visit:
http://www.talentegg.ca/incubator


28
Jul
2010

Young entrepreneur Vanessa Seneriches is living her dreams–all 3 of them

TalentEgg Incubator

Vanessa Seneriches is a young entrepreneur who made the leap from 9-5 to full-time entrepreneur. Vanessa is currently working on her spa, body and bath line, The Sages Ayurveda, writing her blog, The…

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http://www.talentegg.ca/incubator


28
Jul
2010

Young entrepreneur Vanessa Seneriches is living her dreams, all three of them

TalentEgg Incubator

Vanessa Seneriches is a young entrepreneur who made the leap from 9-5 to full-time entrepreneur. Vanessa is currently working on her spa, body and bath line, The Sages Ayurveda, writing her blog, The…

To view the remainder of the article please visit:
http://www.talentegg.ca/incubator


27
Jul
2010

Water under the bridge: Leaving your job

TalentEgg Incubator

Most of us have either left a company or have been let go before, and we often don’t know if we should ever talk to our former managers again. I say we should. We should stay in touch, maintain a…

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26
Jul
2010

Your interests and your experience may add up to a great career in insurance

TalentEgg Incubator

Whatever you’ve learned in school and in life, you’ll have the chance to use it in the insurance industry. It’s an industry that reflects the face and the values of Canadian society and has a…

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http://www.talentegg.ca/incubator