In today's highly competitive job market,
an internship at the right company can be the first step to building a career.
But how do you get the gig of your dreams?
And once in the door, how do you
figure out what to wear,
whether it's okay to hook up with a coworker,
and how to suck it up when you're smarter than your boss?
About the Author
Jamie Fedorko steers prospective interns along every step of the journey. He'll help you with the basic stuff -- hunting down internship leads, acing the interview, and making a great first impression. But this book takes it one step further, into understanding office politics and social etiquette, dealing with impossible bosses, making the most of time-wasting assignments, and drawing a line between being helpful and being a doormat. Hilarious, wry, and wise, The Intern Files will teach you how to enjoy the view from the bottom of the ladder -- and start climbing rapidly to the top.
"As someone who has hired hundreds of interns and entry-level college graduates over the last twenty-five years, I found The Intern Files to be a very straightforward, pragmatic guide for college students. It really hits the mark."
-- Barry Bregman, Director of Human Resources & Development, Mercer Delta Consulting, LLC