It’s internship season. So, how do you find an internship?

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Although a lot of students don’t realize it (don’t get me started on the timing of campus recruitment season), January is big-time internship season for a lot of career areas.

At TalentEgg, we’re finding that there’s been an influx of postings for co-ops and internships this month (and lots more coming), which we of course encourage that you check out.

But I also wanted to take this opportunity to direct you to an excellent article I happened on today while doing some PR-related research: How to land your dream internship: A guide for aspiring magaziners.

From what I’ve heard, aspiring journalists and ‘magaziners’ have a pretty tough time finding internships (which is sometimes lucky for employers…like us…case in point: Cassandra!), so any edge you can get is surely helpful.

If you have had any success or horror stories finding an internship, we’d love to hear from you!

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Lauren Friese is the founder of TalentEgg.ca. She graduated from Queen's University in 2005 with a degree in economics and had no idea how to make a successful transition into the workforce. She ended up at the LSE in London, England, and after earning an MSc in economic history, used Milkround.com – a British graduate recruitment website – to find a great entry-level role in consulting in London. She thought Milkround was fantastic, and that it was a service sorely lacking in Canada. And so the idea for TalentEgg was hatched!