Once again I loved that Lauren broke down essential tips for you in each chapter. The book is basically step-by-step so you are able to read a chapter and then start your search without having to finish the whole book right away. Some how-to books make you wait and then I get confused.
I also really enjoyed the examples that she gave in the book, and that she included "copies" of some important documents that you should make. I can be a very visual learner and this was great for me to set up my own system based off of hers.
The best part about this book is the networking advice. Networking can be a very delicate task, and I'm always nervous that I will mess something up. Lauren gives great advice and even examples on types of messages to send, which I found very helpful.
If you are just starting out, or a seasoned intern veteran you will still probably learn something from Lauren, because I did.
All Work, No Pay: Finding an Internship Building Your Resume, Making Connections, and Gaining Job Experience
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Any book suggestions? I'm look for one more book to review before I leave for Spain!