The Internship Bible 1999

The Internship Bible 1999

by Mark Oldman, Princeton Review Publishing Staff, Samer Hamadeh
     
 

The biggest, The most, The latest

No other book offers you so many chances to launch a distinguished career with a successful internship. Whether you want to help researchers at Intel Corporation develop the best way to package a microchip, conduct tours at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or accompany the crew from Nightline on assignment, TheSee more details below

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The biggest, The most, The latest

No other book offers you so many chances to launch a distinguished career with a successful internship. Whether you want to help researchers at Intel Corporation develop the best way to package a microchip, conduct tours at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or accompany the crew from Nightline on assignment, The Internship Bible, 1999 Edition, holds thousands of valuable opportunities.

Researched and written by The Internship Informants™

Mark Oldman and Samer Hamadeh (The Internship Informants™) have turned investigating internships into a full-time job. They've surveyed and interviewed hundreds of interns, internship coordinators, and career placement counselors to locate prime opportunities across the country. They are the only nationally recognized experts on internships.

All the information you need

This annually updated guide gives you the most current information on more than 100,000 internships. You can conduct a complete internship search by using the comprehensive information in these pages. For each internship, this book tells you:


  • How selective it is

    What (if any) compensation you can expect

    When the application deadline is

    Whom to contact, and how to reach them

    Perks (such as free CDs, luncheons, mentoring)


  • Included throughout the book are special sections that give you professional advice on letter writing and interviewing, as well as exclusive interviews with famous former interns like Jodie Foster, Tipper Gore, and professional golfer Tom Lehman.

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    Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780375751707
    Publisher:
    Random House Information Group
    Publication date:
    08/18/1998
    Series:
    Princeton Review Ser.
    Pages:
    663
    Product dimensions:
    8.44(w) x 10.87(h) x 1.73(d)

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