Everybody Wins: Internships in Real Estate Management Prove Beneficial for Both Students and Industry
Campbell, Howard, Journal of Property Management
Interns are no longer just warm bodies to cover summer staffing needs. Internships are no longer just working vacations for students' resumes.
Internship opportunities in real estate management represent an experience-based educational opportunity intended to integrate student academic preparation with a supervised work experience providing practical knowledge and skills. Additionally, an employer can evaluate a student's potential for a career in this field.
Furthermore, internships are cost effective for managers. The Wall Street Journal, (February 18, 2005 "America's A-List Internships") reported the cost of recruiting one …
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Publication information: Article title: Everybody Wins: Internships in Real Estate Management Prove Beneficial for Both Students and Industry. Contributors: Campbell, Howard - Author. Magazine title: Journal of Property Management. Volume: 71. Issue: 4 Publication date: July-August 2006. Page number: 14. © 1999 National Association of Realtors. COPYRIGHT 2006 Gale Group.
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