Ever the planner, I am currently searching for summer opportunities. As I’ve written before, my Summer 2015 was spent interning at Liberal International, a London, UK-based federation of liberal political parties. It was a great experience and I am grateful for everything I learned. Therefore, I am committed to finding an equally career-advancing experience of some sort here in Montreal. (more…)
So here’s my first post! I’m incredibly excited to get started on this blog but here’s a little secret – I’ve been struggling to decide what I wanted to write about as my first post. There are so many things that I could choose from but doing an “all about my summer” post (like the ones we used to do in elementary school) seemed the most prudent. I hope to also give some pertinent information that might help and encourage you to participate in an internship, whether it be here in Montreal or halfway across the world. This past summer was, without a doubt, the most influential and important of my life thus far and I owe it all to my internship experience.
This is my last post with McGill Caps! Today, you’ll read about three really different things: (1) Marshmallows: I got to interview the founder of a quirky marshmallow company in California. She is an incredibly warm lady. I really like the way she goes about doing “business.” (2) Marketing: Some thoughts on marketing and arts education. (3) Conclusions First: an interesting way for (gals) to get their point across quicker and with more weight. (If you’ve enjoyed hearing my thoughts I will be blogging here: http://divyapahwa.com/)
Every creature is offered a shoe size by God. Animals choose never to transcend from the limitation – they even do not consider the existence of it; yet, human beings are fortunately able to break out new grounds. Most people are afraid of this privilege and choose to travel along with elder generations. These people might have some level of achievement but they can never make flawless great individuals. Unlike them, I feel honored to seek out a beautiful pair of shoes, a promising path, and a stunning destination to live up my life responsibility for myself. (more…)
Trying to balance everything in our daily lives can sometimes be a real challenge. Today’s job market is becoming very competitive, therefore we must put our game face on everyday! Studies have demonstrated that the number of women entering the workforce or who are in the workforce is climbing, however its getting ahead that is still an uphill climb. By trying to learn some new set of skills, you can add some important assets to your repertoire, and definitely be a game changer (more…)
It is essential to dress well for an interview. It is also important to look good on a day to day basis. Some say, “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” If your potential employer or your current boss can visualize you in the particular position, it increases your chances of getting hired or getting promoted. I’ll start off by going over general attire tips for work, and then I will discuss how you can incorporate the latest fashion into your work clothes. (more…)
Supposedly women who make it to the top of their career ladders are also the skinniest.
There’s A LOT of advice in the world of online articles (such as here and here) and books (like this) where “older” people look back and make a list of the things they wish they knew at “(enter number here)” age. These sorts of reminiscent-advice-laden articles and books are exciting! Being a “young” person you’re getting full access pass to secrets that older successful people want you to know.