BLOG

6 things to do in the first month of your internship

An internship isn't just about getting coffee and making copies—even if it's tasks like those that make up most of your responsibilities. Being an all-star intern can help you make long-lasting career connections, get great recommendations for future positions and...

Career Based / Technology ~~ Education

    OPINION | EDTECH BUSINESS Sources of Hope for Education Technology in 2018 By Matt Greenfield     Jan 27, 2018 I find myself without strong enthusiasm for the task of writing a conventional set of predictions about education technology in 2018. The most urgent...

Email etiquette rules

Email is an essential tool that can be effective with thoughtfulness and discipline. It should not be supplanted by other forms of social media.  Professional behavior, common courtesy, a clear message and the following rules of etiquette will allow you to be...

Internship experience ~ Anna Cervesi

Last week we met and shared a Skype call with Anna , one of our Student Value Path participants.  She is experiencing her summer internship in Miami in the field of architecture. How is your internship going, Anna? How is your job organized? I have to say, I’m quite...

Summer internship experience ~ Jelena Brajevic

A couple of day ago we met with Jelena, one of our former students who experienced a summer internship here in Milan with our Student Value Path. She has come back to visit the friends she met while working in Milan.  We took advantage of her coming in to say hello...

How to face the challenges of the workplace

We all have things that we consider as the improbable -- running a marathon, climbing a mountain, contributing during meetings or changing our job. Sometimes we struggle to find the wherewithal to overcome these fears, and  sometimes we are strong enough to tackle...

La Scala‬’s annual premiere

La Scala's season opens on December 7th, Saint Ambrose's Day -- the patron saint of Milan. This year the premiere is "Giovanna d'Arco" (Joan of Arc), an operatic dramma lirico with a prologue and three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Temistocle...

La Recreation is Over (Abravanel and D’Agnese)

Designing one's own future is not easy: obstacles, variations and distractions can distract attention from the initial objective, making it increasingly unattainable, until it fades away in the most extreme cases. We have already written that to face the world of...

Top