Ashton Kutcher’s secret to certain success

Ashton Kutcher's secret to certain success
During his recent acceptance speech at the Teen Choice Awards, Ashton Kutcher, departed from the standard Hollywood narrative and declared that personal responsibility, accountability, and hard work are the “insider secret” to success. “I believe that opportunity looks a lot like hard work,” said Kutcher. “When I was 13, I had my first job with ...

Life lessons from a summer internship

Life lessons from a summer internship
What can you learn from a summer internship? Some very important life lessons, says writer Alex Laughlin in Levo League. As she goes through the stress and difficulties encountered in her move to a new city and at a new job, she also shares how her internship with USAToday lead Laughlin to discover some truly ...

Work Story Wednesday: Lambton Room Historian/Archivist

Work Story Wednesday: Lambton Room Historian/Archivist
Who says humanities graduates can’t find jobs? Not Dana Thorne (formerly Johnson – which she uses in the video)! Thorne completed an undergraduate degree in History, and later completed the Public History program at Western University. The program was followed by a 4-month internship at the Owen Museum of Canada, which segued into her job ...

Fifteen apps to make you an awesome intern

Fifteen apps to make you an awesome intern
  Want to be the best intern, ever? There’s an app for that. Technically, there are tons of apps to keep you organized, sharp, and constantly learning—everything you need to impress your new boss. And all most all of them are free! So, grab your smartphone and start using it for exactly what it was ...

Why you should be networking with other interns

Why you should be networking with other interns
We all know why we should be networking with our bosses and coworkers from a summer internship—not only are they great resources, but they often have extensive networks of their own. These are networks you’ll want to take advantage of come graduation when you’re looking for full-time entry-level jobs. But you also should be networking ...