NEW YORK– LAWFUEL – The Law Jobs Newswire –Vault.com’s (www.vault.com) noted internship experts, Mark Oldman and Samer Hamadeh, have released their list of America’s Top 10 Internships for 2008, which will appear on Vault.com and in the upcoming Vault Guide to Top Internships.
In addition, Vault has unveiled video snapshots of seven of the top ten internships, including Citi, XM Radio and Google. To see these videos and others, go to Vault Videos.
Based on multiple factors – including substantive work, pay, perks, selectivity, the “resume radiance” factor (how an internship looks to potential employers), and their own subjective expertise – the guide’s Top 10 Internships list cover some of the most respected companies and organizations in the country.
The Vault Top 10 Internships for 2008 are as follows:
Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, INROADS, and Northwestern Mutual Financial Network have made the list for twelve consecutive years, proving their internship programs to be consistently outstanding.
While all 800+ internships covered in the Vault Guide to Top Internships offer interns great career opportunities, the Vault Top 10 have special characteristics that separate them from the pack. For example, Google has many perks, including free food and massages; Citi extends a full-time offer to between 80-90% of its interns; INROADS offers year-round professional coaching and academic support.
For more information, check out the Vault Guide to Top Internships 2008 Edition, on sale at bookstores nationwide this fall. If you have additional questions and/or would be interested in interviewing a Vault expert, please contact [email protected]
About Vault Inc.
Vault.com is the leading media company focused on careers. Vault offers over 120 nationally distributed books, from the best-selling Vault Guide to the Top 100 Law Firms to the Vault Guide to Schmoozing. Vault is celebrated for its online resource, www.vault.com — which offers surveys and “insider” information on more than 4,500 employers, 4,000 colleges and universities, and hundreds of industries and occupations — as well as the much-praised Electronic WaterCooler™, the Internet’s first-ever network of message boards for professionals with nearly 2,000,000 searchable posts. Vault was founded in 1996 by Hussam Hamadeh, Samer Hamadeh, and Mark Oldman.