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I remember sitting in the lab at Penn State and logging onto my email. I had received an email from Katherine and my heart stopped. She told me that she was interested in me, liked my resume and wanted to do a Skype interview with me. My heart was racing! I had never done a Skype interview before and I was really nervous. I was still getting over the fact that she was even considering me for the Easy WebContent Marketing Internship.
Easy WebContent is looking for a few good interns throughout 2012!
Easy WebContent provides easy and powerful tools to manage and empower businesses online presence. No matter what level of web design knowledge or whether it is a multi-million dollar business or a start up company, Easy WebContent has every business in mind.
We are seeking interns to help with a variety of projects for intervals of 4 months with possible extension – lots of research, writing and brainstorming! The Marketing Interns will be researching blogs ideas and updating our content database; writing original blog posts for the Easy WebContent blog including headlines, SEO tags and keywords; research features for our Tutorial list; outreach to the public for content ideas, stories and pictures.
The conclusion of my freshman year in college was in sight. I knew that I was going to need some sort of summer occupation, so with little experience in the field of graphic design and marketing, I began the search for an internship. I had no idea how my quest would turn out. Would I find a position? Would I have enough qualifications? There were so many questions and so many options available. I fixed up my resume and cover letter, and began the search.
I searched primarily online through Internship sites. I came across a site called YouTern. It was actually the first position that I applied for. I would go on to submit several other applications to various other sites in hopes of hearing back. I was contacted by a few of the other companies, Hindsite Interactive included. Katherine Alegado was the one to contact me, and she seemed rather interested from my application. I was excited and overwhelmed at the same time between upcoming finals and the job hunt. (more…)
My Internship Story… so far
There I was in my sophomore year of college, Station Manager of WDSU Radio “The Hive” and maintaining my grades pretty well. Though I seemed to be involved in many things, I seemed to still have a lot of free time. So in January of 2012, I started applying for internships. After months of searching I didn’t seem to have any luck. What was I lacking??? I had managerial experience and I was in school doing a good job in all my coursework. I couldn’t figure out what the problem was so I just continued to apply. In March, I finally started to get responses and interviews; I was so excited that I would have something to do this summer. (more…)
After spending tons of dollars for college, countless hours trying to find internships and finding the time to make your resume perfect for the job market, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to actually land a job after college.
Do you think that you have have exhausted all of your options? Well you haven’t! Did you ever consider creating a professional website? But not just any website, a professional website, my recommendation is the Easy WebContent Site Builder. Anyone can have a resume, but how many college graduates have a professional website. Having a professional website with the Easy WebContent Site Builder allows you to display your skills, accomplishments and future goals. It’s called “easy” for a reason!