The new "tagline" of InternWire.com may raise a few eyebrows, but it really captures what's missing in the internship field. Internships are currently and have always been this scary, but necessary thing each student must attain.
Internships are currently and have always been this scary, but necessary thing each student must attain.
There is no doubt of the importance of an internship in today's society, especially when one will soon be searching for a career. However, the word "internship" can be scary and daunting for many, and can easily bring thoughts of stuffy suits, career fairs, and resumes.
What internships need and what InternWire.com is trying to do, is create a sense of comfort, ease, and confidence when searching for an internship.
A student or any individual should be excited for internship season and should look forward to the internship they can attain instead of being plagued at the thought of going to a career fair. With the simple phrase, "Would You Drink With Your Boss", InternWire.com is hoping to achieve this.
Similar to the website "Ratemyprofessors.com", InternWire.com allows students to rate their past internships and let other students know which internships they should strive to get. With InternWire's new website upgrades coming in late August, they will now ask each student "Would You Drink With Your Boss". This not only adds some fun to the internship field, but gives students an insight into the culture of each employer.
...InternWire.com allows students to rate their past internships and let other students know which internships they should strive to get.
Also with InternWire.com's website upgrades, they will allow students to see a score for their internship. Students will input all the information from their internship and see if it deserved an A+, B, C-, etc.
InternWire also launched their new YouTube video series, Drunk Intern, is starting a crowdfunding campaign in August, and is hosting a university organization competition for the whole month of September. Follow InternWire.com on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated on their progress.