Internship Building and Workplace Behaviour
You need experience to get experience. This seems to be the biggest issue for fresh graduates transitioning into the workforce these days. Employers in today’s labour market reply heavily on resumes that illustrate relevant work history. A practical work background carries a major significance when attempting to enter the job market. If you are looking to gain experience, working as an intern is arguably the most advantageous plan of action. That one great internship experience you did could be the difference between winning a job opportunity or losing it. However, it is not necessarily a case where if you do great work for your boss, you will get a job. How do you then turn your hard work during internship into a full-time job offer?
Internship survival blueprint
- Empower your learning and making the most out of your internship
- Leveraging on opportunities to network and jumpstart your career
- First 30 days to next 30 days action plan as an intern that positions you favourable
|Mr. Jason Tan|
Recognised as the most accomplished strategist in this generation and a multiple effective marketing awards winner since his apprenticeship days, Jason has earned ‘the Goliath of Advertising’ title due to his unusual effective and disruptive marketing tactics. His unusual and distinctive approach to marketing created campaigns that drove double to even tripe digit business growth for some of his blue chip clients, which includes Pepsi, Heineken, Tiger, Guinness, Nike, KFC, Citibank, Volkswagen, CNBC, Citibank, GSK, AstraZeneca, AIA Singapore, AXA, and many more across the Asia Pacific REgion. The same philosophy has also enabled Jason to coach hundreds of his students into landing their first jobs for MNCS like Google, P&G, Unilever, Cisco System, Microsoft, to some of the biggest marketing agencies int he world like Ogilvy, GroupM, JWT, BBDO, and many more. His unique sharing has inspired over 10,000 people to find purpose in their careers too. He has been teaching these topics for more than 10 years at several universities till today like MIS, Kaplan Higher Education, SIM Global, NUS, NTU & SMU. He also speaks regularly at business conference while he continues to actively collaborate with leading multinationals and SMEs in tackling marketing challenges.
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