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    HSBC- we are the world's local bank The Business/Organization The HSBC Group is named after its founding member, The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, which was established in 1865 to finance the growing trade between Europe, India and China. The inspiration behind the founding of the bank was Thomas Sutherland, a Scot who was then working for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. He realized that there was considerable demand for local banking facilities in Hong

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    Intrapersonal Intern

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    Intrapersonal Intern In using my Intrapersonal communication I trying to process the information from the environment and sending explanations to myself. The first I can remember doing this a lot. I was watch the other members that work in the office very closely in how they talk to each other. What kind of verbal and non-verbal communication do they use. I do not think I was doing to be critical but to merely understand whom I am working with and get some kind of feeling where I will fit in

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    Japanese intern camps

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    Barabara ni naru Civilian Exclusion Order No. 79 Effective Friday 22 May 1942 On this fateful day the evacuation of 100,000(+) Japanese immigrants and Japanese American citizens during World War II were forced into incarceration (internment compounds). These compounds were placed inland throughout the Western United States. The Japanese peoples of the greater Seattle and Puget Sound areas were forced to leave their homes, schools, temples (and churches), and shut down family businesses in Seattle’s

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    Workplace Protection for Unpaid Interns

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    Unpaid Interns Sexual harassment claims from unpaid interns against companies have been consistently dismissed. Current legal precedent forces students who accepting unpaid internships into a pool of vulnerable, powerless, at risk population. Many cases go undocumented, interns are often disempowered, feeling inferior in the workplace, working for no pay (often actually paying tuition for the honor to work for free), report to multiple superiors. With hopes of a future job offer, interns who experience

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    In “Unpaid Interns, Complicit Colleges,” published in the Wall Street Journal on April 2, 2011, Ross Perlin discusses how college interns are being pointed towards these college jobs even though they're being scammed. Perlin talks about how colleges are for interns being unpaid, while students should get course credit instead. Some colleges that Perlin explained even were reaching out to the Labor Departments in hopes that the Labor Department would disregard the issues with unpaid internships. Perlin

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    As I sit down to write this, I ask myself the question “Why do I want to stay at the Wesley Foundation?” What more could I learn from being a 2nd year intern? And I can’t honestly answer that question without first reflecting back on my time here. Thinking back to some of my first times walking through the doors of the Wesley Foundation, I don’t recognize my former self. As a quiet and painfully timid student leaving home for the first time, I wasn’t aware of the road I was about to travel. He didn’t

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    I Was a Washington D.C. Intern On June 9, 2003, my life took an interesting turn. It was a sunny day. Blue skies, humidity insanely high, and I found myself at 4th Street and Constitution in Washington, D.C. I stood before an angled architectural masterpiece by famed architect I.M. Pei; its pointed corners jutted out towards the grassy Mall and Capitol Hill as if it were some sort of Picasso-esque compass pointing simultaneously towards all the tourist hot spots. (The one corner, purportedly the

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    successful tools, but recent debate has shown that many believe interns should receive compensation. Internships provide very important and unique opportunities that can pave the way for their success. But should not be paid for their efforts because they are already being “paid” in many other significant ways, compensation should not be the end goal, and they are inexperienced students. There are countless advantages to being an intern for companies and businesses. Raven Rush, a reporter for the

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    As an intern at Goodwill Industries, I am a part of the resource center as a resource service assistant. I have several task right now until the second week of March. The position that I hold now ties into the other areas at Goodwill. I help clients with their computer skills. Many times people have come into the resource center and are experiencing being on the computer for the first time, some have taken the basic computer class at Goodwill, yet are not comfortable making a cover letter or resume

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    The three best qualities that make me a valuable asset to any team are my resourcefulness, my indefatigability, and my optimism. In life, struggle is a necessity because without it, one fails to discover their strengths and improve on them. Some of the challenges I have faced seemed daunting or impossible to overcome at first, yet through persistence, “outside the box” thinking and great expectations, I have pushed myself and others around me to success. Everything has not always worked out, but

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