Posts Tagged “interview”

After all the time you’ve put into it, after all those emails you’ve sent out, you’ve finally been asked to come in for an interview – congratulations!

All you need to do now is make sure you show yourself in the best light possible (that should be easy, seeing as you’re already pretty darn fantastic). I’m going to share with you the four things that help me prepare for interviews, so read on, fellow job/internships seekers!

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The current economic climate being what it is, finding a job or an internship is really difficult. It can take weeks (if you’re lucky!) or more likely months to find something that works for both you and the employer. The internship search can be frustrating and the rejections and down period only fuel that frustration.

But there are things you can do to keep your head above the water.

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So you’ve finally landed that graphic design internship you wanted, congratulations! Half the job is done. Now it’s time for the harder part – standing out and making sure you’re a memorable intern, in the best way possible, of course.

Read the rest of this article to find out just how to be the best Graphic Design Intern you can be.

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So far, so good: your CV and cover letter have done their job and you’ve secured an interview for that exciting internship position. Now you need to prepare for the bombardment of internship interview questions from your prospective employer.

The questions will challenge you… but which are the toughest and how best should you deal with them?

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Today is my final day at my Internship at Xperience.ie and so this means my final blog. During my time at this internship I have gained a lot of experience, not only did I gain some key skills for the digital media industry, I gained some key life skills too.

I am going to tell you my story from how I got the internship to what I have learned. This will give anyone looking for an internship an insight into the real world of internships and not just what everyone imagines it to be like. As this is my last blog I am going to have some fun with it. So take a look at my story and learn something along the way.

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Interviewing an Intern is a totally different experience than interviewing for a full time employee, for the reason that the majority of Interns will have no work experience or track record. This makes it quite difficult to figure out if the Intern has the ability & professionalism to fit into your organisation.

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If you’re planning to hire an Intern, never forget the hiring process and the management should be exactly the same as if you were to hire a full-time employee. Here’s how to make it work!

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