By Christie, HR Communications Intern As someone who always wanted to make an impact in the world, I thought nonprofit was the only fit for my passions in marketing and philanthropy. Because of this, I’ve worked primarily in the nonprofit sector for the last three years. But to keep my options open, I desired to ...
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By: DaWane, Sales Director Standing in front of 800 parents and fellow students to deliver the welcome address, thoughts swirled around in my head. My hands were shaky, my palms oozed with sweat and I had a death grip on the podium. They say I did well, but inside, I was so uncomfortable, I thought ...
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By: Ruby, Digital Media Specialist It’s often assumed that interns are usually college undergraduates with a temporary assignment. I’m an exception to the rule in both respects. I started as a McAfee intern while I was a part-time graduate MBA student at Santa Clara University. Through my internship, I secured a full-time position on McAfee’s ...
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By: Keyeon, Business Development Representative Imagine if you felt like you had to keep a secret from everyone you know, because if you told someone, then you might lose family, friends, healthcare coverage, money or worse, your dignity. Being open at work can be a challenge. No one wants to feel that their job is ...
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By: Amanda Steger, Senior Director & Sandra Chin, Engineering Operations Manager Educating the next generation of cybersecurity heroes has always been a passion of ours – it’s one of the many values we share with McAfee. Between McAfee’s Online Safety Program (teaching online safety in the community), Global Community Service Day (a day dedicated to ...
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By: Madeleine Human Resources, Intern Picture this: approaching the end of your double degree, applying for internships and work experience in your field of choice – Human Resources – but being rejected due to your inexperience in the corporate world. All you have to offer potential employers is a promise to work as hard as ...
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By: Emily, Communications Program Manager When I finished college, I went to work for the same nonprofit youth sports organization where I tried volleyball, basketball and other sports growing up. The keyword is ‘try,’ because, let’s face it - I was bad at sports. All coaches for the organization were – and still are – ...
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By Marty, Regional Sales Director March 8th marks the 108th year the world has celebrated International Women’s Day. During those years women won the right to vote, according to the Department of Labor women now account for 47% of the US workforce and control over $20 trillion in worldwide spending[1]. Still, recent reports indicate economic ...
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