Baltimore - College kids hear it all the time: if you want a job, you need to get an internship. The internship can open up doors, make connections and give you real-world experience. The reality is, sometimes getting an internship can be just as hard as getting a job. Fortunately in our community we have the Baltimore Collegetown Network. It is a one-stop site for internships postings for students at 14 area colleges
Kristen McGuire is the executive director of Baltimore Collegetown Network and was a guest on Good Morning Maryland @ 9. She not only talked about how to use the site, but also gave advice on steps college students should take if they are looking for an internship.
To learn more and see the segment again, click on the video box to the left of this article. We have also provided a link to the Baltimore Collegetown Network to the left.
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