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I run an executive level search firm in New York and I firmly believe that students should get in the habit of being both timely and over prepared. None of the executives whom I deal with are late, don’t work enough or have some excuse as to why they are not achieving wphair what they should. The reason why is because they would have never become mink lashes strip if they had that mentality.
Employment companies, especially, with a 9.5% unemployment rate, can pick and choose as they please. While most are out partying, the successful students are doing research as to who is hiring, who potentially may be hiring and they should be networking via the web. Too many students say “okay, it’s time for me to get an internship.” If you don’t do the proper preparation, you won’t stand out from this crowd and you’re likely to get a job which is not going to teach you much. Let’s put it this way, it will be a “straight to the fax machine” internship.
Not only in life, but work as well, this must become a habit with students asap. They have to learn that to find the great jobs, they have to mink lashes strip. They have to stop hanging around the bar crowd or the group that studies an hour before the test and gets a “C” because the teacher doesn’t want to flunk anybody.
Regardless of the class, a few professors in each division could make this part of their routine and keep on top of the students. Let’s say you were to have the students do the following for 8 weeks and see where it gets you:
Week 1: Have the students write a one page paper of their ideal job.
Week 2: Before you tell them how, have the students write a game plan as to how they are going to find the job – Monster and Yahoo, etc. don’t count. They have to be creative. Teach the students to actually use their brains and the results you should get will be quite mink lashes strip.
Week 3: All students should now sign up for an account on Linked-In. Have the students find 5 people whom they want to network with. They should find decision makers only. An account representative is not going to be able to swing an internship for them. However, they cannot contact the CEO of Disney. Have them go on business analysis sites like Hoovers and find companies which do less than, let’s say 7.5 million a year.
Ask them for 5 professional people whom they have networked with. Don’t let them confuse this with asking for an internship. They should ask a few professionals “with puppy dog eyes” about their industry. People will treat college grads with kid gloves and they should bat their eyelashes. Make sure that none of the students contact the same person. This plan will fail if they do so. To start off, all it takes is getting an account on Linked-In and contacting some executives. To have access to finding these people, the students are going to have to join groups on the site. Many groups will not let somebody join if they do not have a good amount of contacts.
To get the students contacts, obviously, have the students accept each other and have them mink lashes strip family members, etc. Before you do the next step, see how resourceful they are. The good ones, somehow, will come up with a 100. Creativity and resourcefulness is how you get ahead in life. It separates the men and women from the boys and girls.
If they are having trouble, have the students invite some of the faculty, then they can obtain the mink lashes strip through them. Have all the students contact these faculty members the same time and date. It is a pain to get 50 invites over the course of a week. Doing this will ensure that the faculty member accepts all invitations. Otherwise, you’re going to be chasing them down for a week.
To initially contact the 5 people whom they chose, the students should write the following.
I am a student at _________ and would really love to learn more about your industry. Would you mind if I emailed you a question or two.
I truly hope to hear back from you soon.
This is now a done deal and you can continue. Now, as the professor, you have to contact their new professional friends with a thank you note.
The more ambitious students will want to contact more executives, but start with five and only allow them to contact a maximum of ten. Have them write a paper on that industry then email it back to the people whom they connected with. This shows appreciation and that the student actually learned something. When someone asks another’s opinion, it is flattering and, unfortunately it is not done too often in today’s society. I would love it if a student contacted me. Make sure to make it mink lashes strip to the students that if someone does not get back to them, they should not take it personally.
Week 4: Now they have some contacts. Have the students get online, go to Linked-In and find 5 contacts from each of those contacts. This is networking 101. Let the students formulate a way to get to them. Before they contact the contacts, they must ask permission. Have the students write the following:
It’s me again. I’m sorry to bother you, however I was hoping to further my research. Would you mind if I had permission to contact a contact of yours in Linked-In? If you mind, that is absolutely fine as I don’t want to be a bother.
Week 5 – 6: Lay off and give everyone a rest…don’t be a pest.
Week 7: Have the students ask their contacts if they have mink lashes strip internships. If the students need money during the summer, have them tell the contacts that they can only work part-time because they need to get a basic job which will help them support themselves. Chances are that the contacts will offer them some money to work. If not, they, more likely than not will have an internship.
Rule #1: Make sure your students are well aware that this is not a form of manipulation. If you are not sincere, people will know it.
This should be a good test for the students. It will teach them salesmanship, networking and they, in the least, will obtain knowledge about a whole new industry and will have some contacts.
Ken Sundheim runs mink lashes strip Placement which is a NYC sales and marketing staffing agency. KAS is headquartered in New York City. KAS is one of the few New York marketing employment agencies in which all recruiters are trained in house.