Aircrews Internship USP’s -
The hands-on work experience interns receive is invaluable and cannot
Exploring is an important part of the college experience, and internships are a great way for students to acquaint themselves with the field they are interested in. Some students begin college with a major or career path in mind, and end up changing their minds later on. Taking on an internship while in college allows students to work in their desired field, helping them decide if the field is right for them. By graduation, students who interned are more likely to feel confident they chose the right degree.
One of the most important is that college graduates
You can learn a lot about your strengths and weaknesses during an internship. Internships allow for feedback from supervisors and others who are established in the field, and offer a unique learning opportunity that you may not have again as a working adult. Embrace the mistakes you make as an intern and the many things that you won’t know. Ask questions, observe, and take risks to get the most out of your internship training experience.
In the working world, it’s all about who you know. As an intern, you will be surrounded by professionals in the company. Internships are more than just about earning credit, getting a grade, or making money; internships provide an opportunity to learn from the people around you, ask questions, and impress. The professionals you encounter during an internship can be your future colleagues or the connection to your first job.
Internships allow you to test out specific techniques learned in the classroom before entering the working world. It’s an opportunity to apply what you have learned in a safe environment where mistakes are expected – rather than learn the hard way in your first job out of college.
Many companies use internships as a way to enhance their recruitment efforts. In some cases, a company may decide to hire an intern at the end of the assignment. Even if a job offer doesn’t happen right away, an intern who makes a favourable impression could receive an offer down the line when an opening occurs. It’s a way for companies to test out an employee before committing to hiring them.
8. Figure out what you want to do—and don’t want to do –
An internship is an important step to establishing your career goals
So, if you think you know what type of job you want after college, do a test run through an internship. But make sure you match your career interests to the type of internship you do. If you think you want to work in the start-up world, you need to intern at a start-up since your notion of what it’s like to work at a start-up might not match reality.”
Moreover, figuring out what type of job you don’t want while you’re interning can help prevent you from accepting an ill-fitting job when you graduate.
Shweta Upreti MBA
Manager HR (Internship InCharge)
Aircrews Aviation Pvt Ltd
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