Now that you’ve made it past college applications, you might be wondering about what you want to study or do with the rest of your life

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With my degree out of the way, I realized that I still had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do post grad. I now had a major and a minor that were both extremely broad and allowed for specialization in many different subfields. I started applying for internships for the summer of my sophomore year without a strong sense of direction. I literally typed the words “business internships” into the Google search bar and hoped for the best. I also took some time to visit the UCLA Career Center, and the people there pointed me in the right direction of where to even look for internships and what I could expect. Through my search, I narrowed down what I wanted to do that summer to a Customer Success internship. After a long interview process, I was able to have a virtual experience doing just that at a startup based in San Francisco. Having that hands-on involvement was extremely helpful in understanding more of what I wanted and did not want to do. When it came to applying for internships junior year, I leaned away from Customer Success and instead looked for Operations internships, as I had enjoyed that part of my summer experience. I was able to land an internship at a larger company for this summer in Program Management, and I am very much looking forward to that opportunity.

https://blog.admissions.ucla.edu/2021/03/29/all-things-academics-how-i-found-my-path-at-ucla
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We talked about the process of a placement and how it worked, which made me realise it was definitely something I wanted to do

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Dave helped me with my applications and as I started to hear back from companies, he’d help me prepare for all of the different tests and interviews I received.

https://businessplacements.wordpress.com/2021/02/04/keeping-positive-through-the-application-process-darielle-wilcox

What I have learnt from my part time job and internship is not to be hesitant in approaching someone and showing what skills and value you have

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With a lot of apprehensions in my mind, I set out on my journey to commencing my master’s amidst the Pandemic on 31st August 2020. I had never lived away from my family, so I was very anxious about managing life on my own in a new country, miles away from home.

https://nuigalwayinternational.wordpress.com/2021/01/26/reflection-upon-completion-of-semester-1-and-my-5-months-in-galway