Tag: Summer Internship

Marketing Within the NYC Food Industry

Walking around New York City, there is a restaurant on every corner. What determines the success of these restaurants? Mainly marketing. This summer, I am interning Minus10 Ice Cream. Minus10 Ice Cream is the first Thai rolled ice cream shop in New York City. The store lies in the heart of the cutthroat restaurant and…

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Misha Lau

Interning at L.A. Market Week

L.A. market was absolute mayhem. Since I intern for a showroom in L.A. fashion district, I got to participate in last week’s L.A. market. Before I tell you more about my experience, I’ll first begin by explaining what L.A. market is. L.A. market is a week-long event where many showrooms open their doors for buyers…

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From Bank to Startup

I am really excited this break to be working as a Summer Startup Intern. It is at a business called Forager, based in my hometown of Portland, Maine. Forager is a mission-based tech company making local food more accessible by streamlining the procurement process from farms to grocers. Not only is Forager a business holding…

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The Reality of the Business World

Experience is a word used so often it could make you go crazy, especially if you have none of it. The real world is tough. Companies are brutally honest about your resume and those volunteer hours that you put in is great for personal growth and the community, but not for landing a job or…

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Wicked High Returns

As I dip the tip of my toes in the investment banking career, I have been extremely privileged to intern with BK Capital, a subsidiary of the Bank of Kigali Group Plc. On the first day, one of the teammates gave me a rundown of BK Capital’s products. Later, he also mentioned that BK Capital…

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Back to The First of Work

I always wondered what changes should I made if I restart my job again. I must have a detailed understanding of each department’s functions, responsible person, and personnel composition in Hooli Home Inc. As a sale person, I should understand each colleague’s hobbies, personalities, preferences, etc. In this way, I can position myself accurately in…

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“No man is an island”

There is a saying — “No man is an island.” We’ve always heard about it but it is actually hard to understand its meaning without being in a team and experiencing challenges with teammates. At Babson, we’ve joined a lot of teams in different classes, communicated with different people, tried to reach an agreement, and…

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First wee​k in Hooli

The first week of internship in Hooli Homes Boston is an adaptation period. Mainly understand the background, products, development direction of some companies. In addition, try to communicate more with colleagues, and learn a lot from the conversation. My colleagues are very enthusiastic and take care of me. I often take the initiative to lend…

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Corporate Culture

This is my first time to be working in an American company. Although most of my colleagues and even my boss is still from China, we work in an American habit. I had internships in the past in Shanghai, China. That was a very different experience for me, at least in terms of corporate culture.…

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A New Work Environment

Working at a startup in Los Angeles has changed the way I look at the work environment in the United States. The first day of my internship itself was extremely memorable, and this was because it was something out of the ordinary. On my first day, there was a welcome lunch and the entire office…

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