To those who are doing higher studies, at some point you must go through an internship/training to get a good job. For most of us, it’s after studies.
You finish the degree, and then go for training, then get a job.
To those who are lucky, much and to those who are ready to break the circle, there is a better path. Go through your internship, WHILE STUDYING!
Yes, I know, not everyone gets the opportunity to do so, but what if you get? You are MORE THAN LUCKY, friend!
Thinking why? Here you go…
YOU GET PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN THE RELATED FIELD.
There are many working at Domino’s and KFC and many other such places. They also get a good exposure to the real world and they are also covered with practicality. But what harm does it do to get more experienced in your related field?
When you go through an internship, it is usually with very higher personnel in the field you chose to excel. You learn A LOT! You don’t need to memorize those. It comes to you. Practical experience is THAT wonderful, I’m telling you.
YOU LEARN SOMETHING YOU NEED FOR YOURSELF.
Will you be flipping burgers all your life? No right?
I am sorry if I am offending KFC workers, but is it the life you finally want for yourself? I know that it is a wonderful job to have! Oh, the food! I’d die to get a job there. But, given the choice between that and an internship (paid or non-paid) I would go for the later.
Mainly, because what I learn there will come in handy all my life throughout every job that I do. You learn one new thing a day, at the end of the month it sums up to 30 new things, right?
YOU LEARN HOW TO DEAL WITH CORPORATE PEOPLE.
Working at an office environment, provides more exposure towards the corporate world. You get to show your colors. This is your chance to build relationships with those who are at higher positions than you.
You do your work well, and higher the chances that you get job offers lined up for YOU!
I am talking about jobs, to start right after you finish off college. Sounds cool right? When your friends are busy APPLYING for jobs, you’ll be busy TICKING OFF jobs!
YOUR STUDIES ARE MUCH EASIER WITH THAT PRACTICLE KNOWLEDGE
Have you ever noticed that when you know something, and all of a sudden the lecturer takes that for an example, you get excited and you start listening?
That will happen all of the time when you are on an internship. You get lots of experience on the subject and the lecturers already have those. Chances are high that they’ll take in-discipline examples instead of other ones. The one’s those are closer to them.
You’ll be the new braniac in class. You start listening and responding both.
YOU GET TO GO FOR A JOB, SOONER!
The time you allocate for studies, you anyway have to spend on studies. But, you’ll have so much free time that you really have time to work a full-time job, but can’t do so legally.
After college you anyway have to cover 1 year internship or may be more with regard to the subject disciplines. When it comes to more humanity related subjects it’s more than one year.
But you have an option! You could go for a normal part time job, like many OR find an internship opportunity. While studying without wasting time if you decide to complete the necessary practical experience, you could go for a job soon after college.
It’s a Win-Win situation!
IT LOOKS MORE THAN GOOD IN YOUR RESUME
Imagine you and your friend going for a job interview 1 year after college. You have 1 year internship and 1 year work experience and your friend has 1 year internship ONLY. Who is more likely to get chosen? You or your friend? You right?
Aren’t there enough reasons for you to go for that internship, now?
A TIGHT SCHEDULE MAKES YOU STUDY HARD
I don’t really know how this would work out with others, but for me, the tighter the schedule, the more I get good grades.
I go over-board when I have lots of free time. I watch movies. Worst! TV series. Once you get addicted to one you have no escape until you finish off the whole series. Ugh!
I sleep! Like all the time. Ii lay in bed, because I’m too lazy to get up.
Have you experienced the sudden boost of hormones in your body when the exams are so near? It’s because you have so much little time to do a lot of stuff! Same happens when you are on a busy schedule. You get more tasks done in a very little time.
Believe me, if you don’t really want to be a beggar in the future, you WILL study.
IT BOOSTS YOUR CONFIDENCE.
It’s a huge boost of confidence when you get recognized. When you know stuff that your peers haven’t even heard of!
HINT : YOU CAN GET A JOB BEFORE YOUR FRIENDS