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April 13, 2021

InternWorks Discusses the Impact of In-Person and Virtual Internships on Employability

For many young adults, their first few years of college can be a stressful time period. While today the US economy boasts a low unemployment rate of 4.5% despite the recent COVID-19 pandemic, many college students are still concerned with their employability and future job prospects. In order to more successfully stand out during their future job search, college students must first recognize what qualities employers are looking for in an ideal candidate. Since 2015, InternWorks has supplied high school and college students with a variety of customized in-person and virtual internships with guaranteed placement. Below, InternWorks will discuss how in-person and virtual internships can improve employability and help college students stand out in their future job searches.  Improve Likelihood of Multiple Offers of Employment  In recent years, a variety of college graduate surveys have shown that internships directly affect the number of job offers college graduates receive. According to results from the Class of 2019 Student Survey from the National Association […]
March 10, 2021
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InternWorks Discusses the Many Benefits of Internships for High School and College Students

Today, finding an entry-level position that requires no prior experience is almost unheard of. In today’s economic climate, employers are looking for candidates who stand out during the interview process and whose resume showcases their relevant work experience. One of the best ways for candidates to distinguish themselves while demonstrating their capabilities is to have completed an internship in their desired field. InternWorks is well known throughout education communities for providing experience-focused internships for high school students as well as college students. InternWorks discusses the many benefits of participating in an internship or summer enrichment program and how it can help distinguish students during their future employment searches.  Test a Career Path Before Committing to It  Several recent surveys have found that 20-50% of college freshmen enter college as an “undecided major,” and close to 75% of students will change their major once before graduation. It is rare that a person intrinsically knows their desired career path from a young age. However, […]