Internship programmer provides students with the

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internship programmer provides students with the opportunity to discover their job interests and objectives through real work experience under professional guidance. This makes it fair because it gives them time to discover things that they might want to do. “The internship experience and behavioral intentions are basic aspects that colleges include to facilitate the acquisition of appropriate career values and enhance personal development” (Chu-Fu Chen 62). Taking in consideration unpaid vs. paid internships, for some people it is difficult to get past working free. Unpaid internships and internships for credit are more popular, even though most companies will offer paid positions. One of the best things of an unpaid internship, one that you have not coordinated yourself, is that you will have a bit more flexibility in your
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Johnson 3 schedule. This is fair because u can make more time to focus on things that needs to be done like school work. With unpaid internships you have the opportunity to show what are likely within either your class schedule, or with your summer job. Paid interns usually have to pay more attention to the clock, and work around the made office hours rather than making their own. Paid interns generally get what people sometimes call “grunt” work, or the general office task that no one else wants, and unpaid interns are most of the time treated more like students. As an unpaid intern, you may feel more comfortable saying “no” to things that does not really relate to your goals or studies. This is fair because being able to say no is sometimes good when you
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  • Spring '10
  • MARYELLENZAGLEWSKI
  • English, Cooperative Education, unpaid interns, Chen Chun-Fu

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