As we take this time to reflect on what we are grateful for, we want to acknowledge the support that has kept us growing during this challenging year. From all of us at Symba, we wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
Anika, a recent Marketing Intern at Symba, reflects on her experience working, learning, and growing with the mission-driven startup.
The following blog post outlines some best practices for supervisors who are responsible for supporting and motivating interns during their internships. Here we focus on two aspects: supervisory and organizational considerations, and creating internship content, experiences, and learning opportunities.
“I worried that there was no place for people like me – people with illness and disability – in the workforce.” When you live with chronic illness or disability, you constantly have to navigate barriers set by a society that was not built for us. Chronically Capable was built to remove some of those barriers and create a society that values and makes space for our differences.
We felt connecting internship seekers solely to our customers was not enough. Our solution? The Symba Slate, Symba’s job board promoting only paid and remote internship opportunities.
Our Remote Internship Handbook has all the information you need to set long lasting goals with your intern. All of the guidelines for success are listed.
It is an eventuality that the world will return to some semblance of normal; however, returning to the dated notion of working in an office every day may do more harm than good for your company. Let’s understand how hybrid work can help revolutionize your company’s experience.
Ensure you engage your paid interns fairly. Follow these three rules articulated by Cara Zibbell, Director of Human Resources and Compliance at Atrium Staffing and Workforce Solutions.
Obed Owusu Amoah is interning at Eak and Associates an, accounting firm in Ghana. He says: “You are your own future, so make it better.”
Maycon Cesar de Paula Santos interned with Anheuser-Busch Inbev, a Belgian company, this summer, where he learned the ropes of his industry.