If you logged into the LetsIntern website these days, looking for their favoured summer internships, virtual internships, part-time jobs or just college blogs – you might have seen something a little different!
Based on the word we receive from our active student body, we decided to go under-the-hood over the last two months – making minor tweaks, setting into motion new changes (more on those later) and making the overall site experience useful and fun! Here is a bucket list of all the tweaks we did and how you can make the most out of them!
Changes on the LetsIntern website:
The All-New Home Page:
Launched hush-hush through a limited release to a smaller audience, we decided to make the website an easy interaction tool, focusing on three elements – search, finding internships by city and finding internships by role. The layout is a clean, user-friendly piece, hoping to make it a smooth platform to get you exactly what you’re looking for, without wondering where to go for it.
Our blog now covers college life stories for students in college, internship experiences (both LetsIntern internships and other high-value internships), company-based internship how-tos and college life hacks (academic and non-academic). And it’s all thanks to you!
Internships by Skill:
Though a feature we incorporated silently into the mainframe of things, it enables students to opt for internships which closely match their chosen skill sets (spoken English Comprehension, SEO, openness to experience and other pieces).
Keep watching this one for more updates.
Tweaks in the Profile page:
We’ve made a few changes to your student profile pages, where employers can now get a clear-cut snapshot of your public profile based on how complete your profile is.
Take help from this friendly tutorial on filling up your complete profile page. Our research shows that this is the deciding factor on the basis of which employers may select or reject you.
This is just the first set of big changes we’ve incorporated into the LetsIntern website. Keep watching this space for more of them.