We are entering a job market where people are getting laid off due to the market’s instability. Some people are discovering their work is not as meaningful anymore when they choose some jobs in the corporate sector.
Some of the biggest misconceptions are that government jobs are low paying and such work often does not have a real impact to truly make a difference. However, our speakers will share their insights on how a career in public service often provides great pay and meaningful work that can lead change within communities.
This session covers insights on how to get that meaningful government job, how your presence becomes representation for your community, and all while building a life for yourself.
Do you know that feeling that you’re in a room listening to some old man speaking and he doesn’t seem to stop? And you start zoning out by going onto social media until you heard the first sound of clapping just so you can clap along so you don’t seem rude?
Alisha Bi gives you the important tips that will help you stay focused and honor your audience’s time in such a way that you can start practicing public speaking within the next half hour.
In this module, you will understand some key components of a great speech and what are some things you can do to bring in your own authenticity.Your voice can change the world. We’re here to help!
The two amazing speakers for this training topic are Cindy Chin and Lily Hu. Cindy is a former internship coordinator, and Lily served as her intern in the past. Using an authentic dialogue format guided by a list of questions they prepared in advance, they covered many aspects of the government internship, shared their experiences and insights, gave helpful advice to the future interns. We highly recommend all interns (both current and prospective) and even internship program leaders to watch this training video!