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  • Personal Narrative: My Internship Experience At The Quicken Loans Arena

    Introduction My internship experience at the Quicken Loans Arena was amazing I was extremely honored to get the opportunity to work as an intern for this organization since I already work at this organization as a GSR Ticket Taker. It really was a great experience for me and I can say thank you to the Quicken Loans Arena for allowing me to have this incredible experience. Organization Overview The Quicken Loans Arena, originally known as "The Q", is a multi-purpose arena downtown in Cleveland, Ohio, The building is the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Lake Erie Monsters, and the Cleveland Gladiators Football League. The Quicken Loans Arena seats about 20,562 individuals in the arena and up to 20,056 for the ice hockey, making it the third…

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  • Minerva's Internship Experience

    My internship took place in Sioux City, Iowa, at a local restaurant that goes by the name of Minerva’s. Minerva’s has multiple locations, where it started in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The restaurant itself is considered an Americano, which serves a variety of dishes from different cultures. The position in which I worked was in the back of the kitchen. I did not get the chance to work on the line as much was I would have liked, where the plates are put together, during my internship. I mainly…

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  • Internship Experience Reflection

    patients to have the opportunity and trust to share their feelings on these important issues, such as their interests, their favourite past time, daily physical activity etc. One of the most important skills I acquired during my internship experience was developing a reflective practice. By taking time to think about my experiences at the gym, I could formatively assess aspects of my skills that had been going well and think about ways to change things that had not been working for the…

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  • The Importance Of An Internship Experience

    The importance of an internship experience cannot be overstated. Today, employers favor prospective employees who have done not only one internship but multiple internships. A college education will serve to propel a graduate into a profession by conferring a degree, which demonstrates an academic proficiency in various theoretical and practical examples of ways that a job might be performed. An internship makes the classroom’s abstract theories and learned examples concrete by placing the…

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  • CMSC131 Internship Experience

    But what does the real world look like? This question is so ambiguous that it has become a canned question that stumps some interviewers. Based on my three internship experiences (though diverse across location and industry), a more realistic answer of what a software engineer does instead of just reading a spec and working with teammates from a solid 9-5 (or 10-6) is this. The engineer gets in the office, opens Outlook, and proceeds to get inundated by emails sent while he was eating dinner or…

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  • Journalism Intern 101

    Journalism intern 101 Summer is here and you us college students that means visiting home, putting in extra hours at the part-time job, and catching up on sleep you missed due to bad time management. If you do not take time off then that means summer school to get your minor out of the way or partake in the beloved internship. As soon as you set foot on campus, the importance of solid internships gets beaten into your brain as they are great on a resume, can build connections, and can even be…

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  • Adult Probation Research Paper

    fast food employee to a person earning six figures. Through my education, I have learned that certain populations are faced with societal constraints and have fewer opportunities than others. These groups of people are definitely at higher risk of becoming a part of the criminal justice system and this is very often the case. Though these individuals may be a part of a society that works against them in many ways, it is one the goals of adult probation to help them improve their lives and be…

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  • Reflection Of A Site Supervisor On Camp Noah

    Supervisor Even though I haven’t had the chance to work with my Site Supervisor, Dr. Jayne M. Leh, I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with her from time to time and sort of getting the feel of the kind of person she is. From her academic accomplishments to her tremendous work experience outside the field, she has led a rewarding life. I’d hope as one of her interns at Camp Noah, I could undertake any task that is given to me with success and lead by example. Camp Noah is a week-long facility…

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  • Internships Should Pay Students Essay

    Internships have been a great way of getting connected with a job a person might apply for in the future. Internships can also save ones time by experimenting in different career fields and gain a lot of experience from working there. According to a natural survey by vault up to 84% of students planned to complete at least one internship before graduating and some will require to do internships to receive college credit. There is a lot of debate on if internships should pay students or not pay…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Internship At Florida State University

    knowledge I have gained from my time in the classroom as well as the time I spent interning at Mad Men Marketing this summer. Yes, there are a lot of classes that are required as prerequisites that in no way, shape, or form correlated to the skills needed to understand and complete various tasks at my internship, but at the same time I firmly believe that having some background in a variety of subjects is crucial in understanding the world and becoming a well rounded intellectual. As my junior…

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