We all know the tremendous benefits of internships.


For the intern candidate, career development, hands-onknowledge, networking – and perhaps even a full-time employmentoffer are among many positive aspects of interning. Last week,even Forbes said internships were “TheQuickest Way to Gen Y Success.”


For the employer, the intern represents a chance to expandtechnology-savvy bandwidth, inject enthusiasm, and a fresh way oflooking at existing challenges – all while giving something backthrough mentoring.


However, to ensure our intern experiences are mutuallybeneficial – from both the employer and intern perspective – weshould keep in mind what an internship is not…Readthe full article

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