Interns are not always paid interns though there are

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to them, which is true, especially students that are in school full time with no job. Interns are not always paid interns though; there are unpaid interns as well. Some students do it only for the money and do not quit be aware of all the other things interns have to offer. There are other
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students that is not just worried about the money, but are also concerned about all the other benefits interns has to share to help them be successful. Some just love their work and love what they do which makes it easier to accept a paid or an unpaid internship. Interns are fair in so many different ways whether paid or unpaid. Of course, every individual strongly believes that paid internships are better, but there are many things that can be fair about an unpaid intern just as well a paid internship. “From the point of view of students, internships help to familiarize them with practical skills, enhance social relationships, motivate future learning, and develop a socially acceptable personality” (Chu-Fu Chen 62). “College students are open to changes, and their behavioral intentions, attitudes, and values are still developing. By working in industry during their college years, students have the opportunity to apply knowledge learned in the classroom and gain practical perspectives regarding work and society “(Chu-Fu Chen 62) When students become college students, they start developing true values and a positive attitude in life. They become more responsible and alert of what they want to do in life. The
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  • Spring '10
  • MARYELLENZAGLEWSKI
  • English, Cooperative Education, unpaid interns, Chen Chun-Fu

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