The Internship Bible

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The Princeton Review, Jan 25, 2005 - Business & Economics - 626 pages
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An updated handbook outlines the essential facts about more than 100,000 interning opportunities nationwide, from responsibilities to perks to application procedures, and includes humorous sidebars, cartoons, and interviews with former interns. Original. 10,000 first printing.
 

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Contents

Brief Profiles of Prominent Former Interns and Apprentices
4
Fascinating Lists and Information
5
An Intern by Any Other Name Is Also an Intern 118
69
General Mills
182
Internships that Make the World a Better Place 245
187
Americans for Legal Reform
195
Hillel
209
Exclusive Interviews
220
Bob Cohn White House correspondent for Newsweek 424
269
Miscellaneous Features
331
Unique Perks at Selected Internships
336
Kathryn Fuller president of World Wildlife Fund
359
Preppy Internships
371
Science and Math Research Internships for High School Students
423
Internships with Substantial StarGazing Opportunities 243
457
Appendix
459

Information You Need
241
Internships that Have Stood the Test of Time 431
252
Photo Credits
625
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Mark Oldman is the author of Oldman's Guide to Outsmarting Wine, a wine writer for Everyday with Rachael Ray, and a renowned speaker at such venues as the Aspen Food & Wine Classic. He lives in New York City.

Mark Oldman graduated Phi Beta Kappa with B.A. and an M.A. in English from Stanford University. He has completed internships in government, law, television, music, and advertising.
Samer Hamadeh graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry and an M.S. in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University. He has served internships in engineering, management consulting, and public policy.

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