During classes at college you received certain accommodations. Perhaps you received more time on tests or a quiet space to work or you used software to enlarge the screen or used a recorder for class lectures. Now you're starting a job and you know you'll need similar accommodations. My advice: Your employer may need some time to put things in place for you. So, get the ball rolling now before the summer internship officially begins.
If you know you'll need an accommodation, you might send a written note ahead of time with the request and
We spent some time chatting with Ethan Do, a Lime Network member and founder of OverAir Proximity Technologies Ltd. Ethan shares with us a bit about his company and some of the exciting apps they have created...
It is the first week of your internship. You've proactively clarified expectations. You know what they want you to complete by the end of the summer and you're feeling confident that you can get it done successfully. Taking charge like this is a great way to start the summer.
However, don't take this to mean you can go hide in your cubicle, work on your project, and suddenly emerge in August with a presentation that wows them. They will be evaluating your small actions along the way, as well as your big performances at the end. Plus, if you
We recently came across this blog post with tips on video interviewing. Video interviewing is becoming an appealing option for several reasons:
- Some companies are asking folks to video interview as a way to avoid costly travel expenses of a face-to-face interview, until they are ready to move your candidacy forward.
- Some of you may be asked to interview during your final exam period or...
The first in a series on summer internship success
It's the first day of your summer internship. Your manager tells you a bit about your summer project, introduces you to some other team players, gives you a stack of documents to read and then disappears for the next three days.