Should unpaid internships be illegal? Well, there has been many opinions on this matter whether the interns should be paid or unpaid. I believe that interns benefit primarily on the experiences, which is why they receive no pay because they have no experience, which makes sense. Others many argue that paying interns in a work environment for on job training will benefit the employer and the intern. I have a firm belief that internships should not be illegal because internships do not require a full work week and majority of the time the internship is held through the college to receive a credit towards a degree, which in my belief replaces the pay with a lateral benefit.
Another goal I had throughout the semester was to go outside of my comfort zone a little, I really didn 't like to talk in front of the class. However, as a Peer Mentor I had to do that more than twice which really develop outside of my comfort zone. Sgo that growth in getting out of my comfort zone was amazing and helped me have some great moments over the semester. Even though the semester had its downs , I would not change the fact I became a Peer Mentor. This whole journey was very reflective to me.
“If Grade Inflation Continues A College Bachelor’s Degree will have just as much credibility as a high school diploma”by Walter E.Williams which happens to be true people that go to college don’t have to try as hard to get a decent grade for most people they just planout expect to have a good grade when they did not work for it.But whos fault is to blame the students or teachers. While looking into Stuart Rojstaczer story the “Grade Inflation Gone Wild”. Sturt studies the way that grade inflation work while doing his research Sturt found out that colleges and universities grades has gone up and down also level out all during the 60s 70s also the 80s. Grade has continued to go up most of the school GPAs are 3.0 or above. In
Every person in this wide world must have some life issues and problems, some of these problems are easy to solve and some aren’t, but even if you tried to avoid problems, they will come to you, because a life without issues is impossible it.well, you can have one but only in heaven. In this essay I am going to talk about a specific problem that many young men are facing and I faced it personally two years ago, which is being unemployed eventhough having college degree. When I started my studies, I wasn’t worried about the after college life, because I entered the civil engineering college and my uncle has an engineering company ,so that my goal was entering his company and be a part of it. But in my senior year, my uncle’s company broke
Time flies so fast, and I cannot believe that this internship has finally come to an end. I am still able to vividly recall my first few hours of the internship: I was in the Social Work Meeting Room with my fellow interns, listening attentively to Dr Isabel’s briefing on what this internship was all about. Looking back, I realise that I would not be here if my cell group friend, a QF student, did not introduce me about this internship opportunity; there was a glitch in the system which made the e-mail blast not sent to Applied Mathematics students, including me. I am certain that I was fated to do my internship here, so I tried my best to gain various skills in this three-month internship period. My first week of internship revolved around doing manual works of collecting the responses of focus group discussion surveys and presenting them in the form of graphs.
In my freshman year, however, I struggled constantly having to meet the requirements of classes focused on Philosophy, Informatics and other general subjects which are supposedly irrelevant to my own major- Business English. It was not until my sophomore year that my attitude began to change, I was taught in English a variety of specialized subjects related to economic and business such as International Marketing, International Business Transactions, Human Resource Management, Operations Administration and the like. These subjects not only provided me fundamental knowledge of international business but also inspired me to discover more about this field through interesting research projects and case studies of big corporations. During the last semester of my senior year, I worked as a logistics intern at Hanoi Beer Alcohol and Beverage Joint Stock
Prior to the initial meeting, I was quite reserved about meeting up with my group. My experiences with group work are not good, as I find that nearly every group has someone who either controls the entire project or has someone who leaves work until the last minute, leaving the rest of the group to be stuck behind as the project cannot progress without everyone’s input. I had only worked with one member of my group before, and while my experience with this member was good, I was still slightly apprehensive. Meeting up with the group the first time, my worries were eased as no one person attempted to overtake the group, or seemed like a person who slacks off. Each of the roles were decided and I was given the role of one of the researchers, as well as one of the
From the very first day of my internship program I realized that I will not have calm days there. It is important to start with my supervisor Mukazhan Rymzhanovich, who holds the position of the Head of the Office of the Chairman of the Management Board (sounds strange). He was responsible for all the activities and challenges that were not under the jurisdiction of other Departments and Services, as well as for taking care of the Chairman’s day to day tasks. Before joining “NMC “Tau-Ken Samruk” JSC (Later on ‘the Company’), I had to undergo the interview with Mukazhan, during which he defined and explained my role in his division (Apparatus) in terms of my responsibilities and scope of tasks. The Company does not have Public Relations Department
Born into a modest household semi-rural Ghanaian community, my prospects of success were inescapably hindered by inimical socio-economical factors, regardless of my connate ambition and nurturing family support. I remain one of a small percentage of my peers who was fortunate enough to connect with influential role models and access better opportunities abroad. Although a higher quality education in the US became an option for me, I yet felt the sting of financial insecurity, a situation that had weighty ramifications in college. Hours spent scurrying around campus between various administrative offices prevented me from registering for the right classes, and enjoying a stable environment to excel in my studies. In additions to these hurdles, some of my choices in college also took a toll on my academic and personal success.
I stopped learning about accounting because 'what's the use?'. But I realized that even when I don't have a diploma for my Curriculum Vitae, I can still learn about it because I'm interested and it can benefit me later in life. Over these months of learning, it has been a blast. Sure, it takes a lot of discipline and sometimes the material is boring, but I love to wake up, have my breakfast, do my dishes and