“I Have Practice” If I had a dime for every time I’ve heard this line I would call Sallie Mae and tell her I can pay my student loans in full.Practice will come before anything and sometimes anyone…including you.If you’re in California, you know a tamer, more stoned, longer-haired lax-bro. Basketball players with career aspirations in the sport are cocky jerks, but if you’re willing to go for that, that’s fine, just consider yourself warned.They can be really sweet even if their personality and attitude is brazen, and you know they’re practical and have actual career goals because major league lacrosse pays about as much as being a TA. You can recognize a basketball player by his treelike height and refusal to wear pants or take off his snap-back hats. Club or D3 basketball players on the other hand, tend to be pretty chill, and if you can get involved in an intramural team at your school, that can be pretty fun and you can meet some more down-to-earth basketball players.
An internship is a great opportunity to learn more about your future professional field and whether or not you enjoy it.
We see the way you look at us when we walk past you to our seats and plop down in front of you smelling like gym shoes and dry shampoo.
We know we look bad, but there isn’t much we can do about it.
Through internships, many people learn what jobs they DO NOT want when they graduate, which is just as important as figuring out what you DO want. Companies Want Previous Relevant Experience Today, over 53% of undergraduates will leave college without having found full-time employment.
Not only are you competing with recent graduates, but with those 3 years out who have yet to find employment.