We counsel and assist Indian & International students to do Internship only in India
Greetings from InternshipLand – France, Singapore and India.
InternshipLand is based in France, Singapore and India. We counsel and assist Indian & International students to do Internship only in India. Internships are work-related learning experiences that provide students, new graduates, and career changers with an opportunity to gain important knowledge and skills in a career related field. As a career builder, internships are a chance to gain exposure to career fields of interest without making a permanent commitment. There are many resources available for finding an internship, including: internship online databases, books such as the Internship Bible, classified ads, networking with professionals and alumni from your college, etc.
Many organizations use internships as a way to assess and train potential candidates for jobs. Internships are an excellent way to gain experience in a career field of interest as well as an opportunity to try out one or more careers by getting a behind the scenes look at what it is actually like working in the field. Students will often do several internships to give them exposure to a variety of related jobs or even to check out various careers of interest.
When’s a Good Time to Begin Looking for Internships:
The answer to this question is as soon as possible. It’s important to allow enough time to locate and apply for good internships. For internships in finance, government, publishing, etc., many of the deadlines to apply for summer internships can be as early as November. Internships are becoming more popular for students still in high school as well. Students who begin doing internships after their first year of college are able to complete several different internships which ultimately provides them with a wide range of experiences and makes them more appealing to employers.
Where’s a Good Place to Find Internships:
Working with a career counsellor, speaking with faculty and/or college alumni, reviewing career resources, checking out the classified ads to prospect for potential employers, and conducting Informational Interviews with alumni or professionals in the field are all excellent places to start finding what internships are available.
Completing a thorough self-assessment will also help to identify key knowledge, skills, interests, and personality traits that are relevant to a particular internship or job.
What Kinds of Internships are Available:
Internships are available in a wide variety of fields from both the private and not-for-profit sectors of the job market. Internships may be paid or unpaid, for credit or not-for-credit, and may be pursued spring, summer, or fall.
What’s the Benefit of Doing an Internship for Credit:
There are many rewarding and worthwhile internships available and some of these can be linked directly with college coursework. Working directly with an onsite supervisor and a faculty sponsor can provide a rich learning experience that includes additional reading, writing, etc., on the subject in addition to the experiential learning that takes place each day on the internship. It is not necessary to do an internship for credit in order to get a valuable internship experience.
What is the Difference between an Internship for Credit and One that is not?
To receive credit for an internship, students will need to complete a certain number of hours at the internship site depending on the internship guidelines of the college. It’s important to check out a college’s guidelines prior to doing an internship for credit. Usually colleges require additional work be completed and students must meet specific criteria designated by a faculty member who will also act as the internship sponsor.
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