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Should You Say Yes to an Unpaid Internship? Part 2

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If you’re offered an unpaid internship, should you go for it? In my last post, I covered some of the legalities associated with unpaid internships and how these apply to nonprofits. While volunteer work can be a great way to learn more about a field, an internship requires more investment for both the intern and […]

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Should You Say Yes to an Unpaid Internship? Part 1

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Whether you’re in college or graduate school, job hunting, or switching fields later in life, you might have had the following experience. You find an internship at an organization you admire, and the job seems perfect for you. Then you take a second look and find out there’s a catch—the role pays in experience, not […]

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3 Experts Weigh in | Turn Your Student Experience into a Career

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“So, what are you going to do after you graduate?” If you’re in the Class of 2018, you’re probably hearing this question a lot lately. You know you want a career where you can make a difference, but the path to your first job isn’t as clear as it would be in engineering, accounting, medicine, […]

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Job Roundup: Jobs In Human Resources

This week’s jobs roundup features jobs in HR, from entry-level to executive opportunities.

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