Friday, April 20, 2012

Tis the Season: Job and Internship Search Tips from the Archives

It's getting to be that time of year again; everyone's smiling, wearing their nicest clothes, and stocking up on thank you notes in preparation for... interview season! Who out there is just starting a job or internship search? Well, dust off those notes from your college's career workshop, have your interview outfit dry-cleaned, and get ready to slam out a cover letter and resume. If you're interested in working or interning in publishing, I wrote a blog series on how to get an internship in publishing last year, and much of it applies to job searching as well. Here are the topics:
Once you have that awesome job or internship, you'll want to make the most of it so you can move up in the industry and have even more fun in your career. Jessica from BookEnds LLC wrote an excellent post recently about the types of interns who ultimately get hired. It's well worth a read!


  1. The picture is so interesting! I really like how you write in your posts.

  2. You can also include writing a stand out resume. Most students still try to get the attention of the internship or job manager by sending in a generic resume. The best way to start your career is by building a killer resume tailored for each position and includes key points that make you relevant.