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The Intern Did It and Got It

POSTED BY prbythebook ON June 3, 2015

by Guest Blogger Michael Mazzella, Millennial Tipster at Your Daily Success Tip.

It’s that time of year – people start to call us and ask if we can help their son/daughter/niece/nephew etc. get a job after college. First question we ask? Did he or she intern anywhere?

Please welcome our newest tipster Michael Mazzella who tackles today’s tip: Careers are built on experience and relationships. Interning gives you experience; experience is your most invaluable selling point, and everything is sales. During your internship, you are selling yourself and cultivating new relationships. Those relationships lead to opportunities. The more experience you have, the more relationships you will have, the more opportunities will come your way. The bottom line is this: education is great but it won’t get you hired. If there is one position open and one candidate applies online and one candidate has had face-to-face experience working with the employer, who gets the job? Hmmm.

Also read: Bankrate says adult internships are not only on the rise but a good idea. Need a job? Want to change careers? Want to get your foot in the door? It doesn’t matter how old you are, find an internship.

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Interested in landing an internship with PR by the Book? We’re always looking for enthusiastic and committed students who are interested in learning more about the literary public relations field and developing social media campaigns for independently published authors, experts and businesses from a team of seasoned professionals. Think you’d be a great fit? Read more about our internships here! We’re always looking for great candidates for the PR internship and the digital media internship

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The Difference Between Education and Experience

POSTED BY prbythebook ON May 15, 2015
The Difference Between Education and Experience

By Madison Smith, PR by the Book Intern. When it comes to being a book worm, I wear the name proudly. I have always had a passion for literature which led me to pursue a degree in English. But when asked what I plan to do with my degree, I can barely hold back a […]

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POSTED BY prbythebook ON September 20, 2011

A Doctorate is the New Undergrad? Try an Internship Instead. by Emily Southard-Bond Unconventional education and internships prepare students more than college? Yes! The Anti-College Movement: It’s a dismal market for new grads right now and I should know. Several months after finishing my undergrad I found myself contemplating slinging lattes. I would apply for […]

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