“The great part about remote externships is that they’re location agnostic. This means they really do encourage the best candidates to apply.”
Internships. The age-old rite of passage for college students looking to join the workforce. For generations, students have spent their summers during university shadowing executives and making themselves as indispensable to an organisation as possible, so they can lock down a full time job offer when they graduate. But students have also long been restricted by geographical and economic constraints when it comes to securing solid internship opportunities.
The fact is, running large internship programs are an incredible strain on resources for companies themselves.
Enter remote externships – an affordable, convenient, flexible way for teens to gain real corporate work experience – including internationally – irrespective of where they study or live as early as high school.
Here’s why the “Class of Covid” should have at least one remote externship on their resume before applying to college.