I first interviewed at a local company a few years ago. I was hired to be a marketing intern. I worked a lot of the time during the day, and the night was spent doing my work. I was able to get a lot of my education in by myself, and I was able to get a lot of experience in the workplace. Marketing is a huge industry, and the internships helped me to get a better idea of what I needed to do.
The internships were a great way for me to get experience and learn more about the industry. But I also realized that the companies I worked at were able to pay me very little money. I could at least get a job at one of the big companies, but the work was not as fun. I could also get a lot of good work experience in my own town, but I didn’t have my own car, so this was not as helpful.
I guess all internships are not created equal. I could make the most out of the internship if I was paid a good wage. If I was working at a company that had a good reputation, then I could get paid more. I could also get paid less if I worked for a company that wasnt as prestigious. I’ve worked at places that werent the top two companies in my industry.
Internships are supposed to be a way for employers to get a face-to-face working relationship with someone who is young, energetic, and has a lot to offer. However, there are a lot of factors that come into play that can affect the overall success of the internship. If you’re getting paid below market rate for an internship, you can get a lot of stress, and if your skills arent up to par, it’ll cost you more money.
In Michigan, the industry in general, there are a lot of companies that don’t do marketing. Ive seen companies where the marketing intern is just a part-time employee who works on other things so people with marketing experience don’t have to go into the office.
I think this is absolutely true. Ive actually done marketing internships at a handful of companies, and it wasnt always the case. Ive had internships with companies like Intel, and Google, and the like. But in each of those cases, the marketing intern was an employee, and not a full-time employee. You are just getting hired for your skills, and not your title.
I agree with you that you should never get an internship unless you have an offer to go full time. However, if you are looking at internships in a city, I suggest you look at the city’s internships. In order to get a job at a big company you need to go through a hiring process, and this is different than the hiring process at a smaller company.
In the Michigan I worked at, there was a lot of flexibility in the hiring process. I had a lot of opportunities to apply for internships, so I did. Some of the companies I had internships with were not as flexible as others. Some of them had a hiring process where they would send you an email and only give you the first interview. I don’t know what exactly happened, but it was very different for some of the companies.
I really liked the program they had for internships. It was a lot more flexible in the hiring process than the ones here at the company. In fact, it made the process a lot smoother. The company, instead of having a list of people that would be in the office for the whole year, would send me a few emails and then wait for my responses. I was asked to do some research and take notes on the things I wanted to do.
I had a great experience at a networking software company. When I got to the office, I got my first taste of working at a large company which I had heard about from some of my friends but never really understood. What was nice is that the company had a very flexible work schedule. I was given a weekly deadline for work to be done, and I could work on my own time whenever I wanted. The company also offered an opportunity to work on projects with a team of other interns.