What These Ateneo Interns Had to Say About Being Interns
Internships [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/te/intern/1], as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is work performed by an undergraduate or recent graduate in order to gain experience. Here in the Philippines, almost everyone has to go through it with many universities requiring you to go out into the world and get actual experience. If you're the ultra driven type, you've probably even got more than one internship under your belt, all under the name of wanting to prepare themselves f
3 Ways to Save a Job Interview Gone Wrong
After what may have felt like a decade-long wait, the job interview you’ve long been waiting for is finally here. It’s your prime chance to nail down your dream job. You're in the interview room and time is passing, things are getting worse. You're starting to sweat. Even if you’ve spent hours and hours rehearsing answers and anticipating your interviewer's reactions, you've said a few things that seem wrong. The interviewer is frowning and looking at your resume. Things are looking bleak. It
How to manhandle Manila traffic and get to work on time
Metro Manila has one of the worst traffic jams in the world. If you're one of the hundreds of commuters every morning, you'll know that this is not an opinion. It's a fact [http://www.up.edu.ph/when-the-road-becomes-a-parking-lot-a-hard-look-at-metro-manilas-traffic/] . The unfortunate truth is, many people have poured their sweat, tears, and time in the commuting game making for wasted energy and work hours. The good news is, if you're resourceful, there are many ways you can beat the beast.
Ateneans, the Ateneo Placement Office will help you get the job you want
It's a good idea to take the job hunt to different areas, making sure you cover all bases. If you're a fresh graduate, aside from applying online with sites like Kalibrr, you can also look to what help your school can offer. In this blog post by Kalibrr Brand Ambassador Davison Engay, he talks about his work at Ateneo de Manila University's placement office.While some of us can't wait to hide our uniforms and schools bags in the closet and get to work, many of our “ kuyas” and “ates” that belong