Published: Apr 05, 2019
Earning your MBA is the first step to securing a great job—creating a standout resume is the next. Whether you're an international student applying to jobs in the United States, or you're from the U.S. but seeking new experiences abroad, a resume that crosses borders is essential. With best practices and application requirements varying from country to country, it's important to know how to tailor your resume to the right market.
The folks at Hansen & Company have put together this great infographic that breaks down how to create a resume or CV that translates internationally.
Internships are a reality that every student in their later years of school are faced with. While universities try their best to place students in their dream jobs, the question of what one’s dream job is continues to plague the minds of every student!
Is my dream job what I think it is, or is it something I am meant for but have never had the opportunity to experience? Well, maybe one of the best ways to find out would be to try out—and what better way to try out a “dream” job than having a small test run or, to put it differently, getting an internship in a field one aspires to be in.
Each year, Vault surveys thousands of current and former interns at more than 100 internship programs to create our annual Internship Rankings. Last year, we asked 12,000 interns to rate their programs in a variety of areas, including quality of projects, real-life experience, networking opportunities, training and mentoring, and more.