My name is Anna Litovskaya and I am a mechanical engineering student assigned to work as an intern at KISI Inc. Coming in to work the first day was intimidating because the other interns from BTTIP and I are not the only interns that KISI has. They had interns from various other schools, including engineers from NYU.
Prepare for the worst to ensure the best during your next interview.
You’re lost – and the interview is in 20 minutes!
The best option is to avoid this completely. Try a dry run by commuting to the office location at the same time of day your interview is scheduled so you are familiar with the route and can properly budget your travel time. If you still manage to get lost, pull out your smart device and use apps like Google Maps or HopStop to estimate how long it will take you to get to the office. If you’re sure to be late, give your main point of contact a heads-up as soon as possible.
We landed at North Brooklyn’s 5th Annual Northside Festival as the crowds trickled in from all over NYC. Our cohort of 50 media and technology students from City Tech dispersed across the area to see what was hot among the many tech, digital, and media companies showcasing their products and services. Two of our participating BTTIP organizations were showcasing vendors at the event – the Made in NY Media Center by IFP and DUMBO Startup Lab.
Preparation is key for your first day and it can set you up for a long and fruitful relationship with your employer. You will only have one chance to make a positive first impression and your first day is the day to do it.
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