Common Intern Mistakes To Avoid
MBA News & Around the Web Blog – #64
Each week we rifle through the world wide web to bring you news, blog posts and any other information we find relevant. Below you will find a few useful, interesting, or otherwise relevant links from around the world of career exploration, talent acquisition, and more.
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Here are the findings for the week prior to April 2nd 2018photo from Poets & Quants
- Common Intern Mistakes To Avoid
“The internship is a valuable learning opportunity for any business student. In fact, they can make-or-break a job candidate’s shot at breaking into a new industry or target company. That’s why it is so it’s also useful to learn from others’ internship experiences so you don’t make the same mistakes.”
- How MBA Applicants Can Address 3 Job Challenges
“As you begin working on MBA applications and tailoring your resume for that purpose, you may worry that something in your employment history will negatively affect your chances of admission. In most instances, no single element of your application will make or break your odds of acceptance.
However, it’s crucial to address weaknesses both large and small head-on to mitigate their effects. Otherwise, any ambiguities could lead the business school admissions team to make negative inferences.”
- How MBA Graduates Can Get Hired
“You excelled in college and now you’ve made it into a leading MBA program. The future looks rosy for a great job with a big multinational or a hot startup, right? Well, maybe.”