I have recently interned with the Corporate Law Journal. It was an online internship unlike most of the regular internships. This allowed me to stay at home while interning under a prestigious organization.
About the Organization:
Corporate Law Journal is an online biannual law journal. It provides in-depth coverage of the corporate issues that mean the most to professionals, educators, researchers, academicians and other members of the corporate community.
The application procedure is very simple. An email along with your CV and Cover Letter has to be sent at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will reply to your application if you have been selected.
The duration of the internship is 1 month and the work is divided into weeks. A submission has to be made at the end of every week.
The internship work was divided into 5 assignments and distributed over the month. Blogs on different topics that were provided and a current news analysis of the corporate world had to be written along with other tasks which were assigned.
Specified guidelines for writing and submitting the assignments had to be adhered to. The write-ups had to be accurate and crisp. Your opinions and ideas on some topics were also asked for.
The HR Department of the Journal is very friendly and accommodating. They are flexible regarding the clash of examination dates with submissions and adjust it accordingly. The work experience was first-class and so was the nature of work.
They also gave an opportunity to be creative and take in suggestions which is highly motivating. The work hours are highly flexible, as you usually had to submit the assignments at the end of every week that allowed me to manage my time suitably.
There is no provision of Stipend here.
Research into the Corporate World made me aware of its intricacies and the complexities involved in various procedures. It allows a person to have a discipline for time and provide quality work.
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