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Even though it seems like we just finally wrapped up getting that spring internship, the struggle to find a summer job/internship is already feeling so damn real. Being beautiful, unique snowflakes, Columbia students need to find the best and coolest sounding internship to convince mom to let us stay in the city instead of returning […]

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From our friends over at THE CORE: CORE TECH GENIUS: DO YOU WANT TO MAKE $18 AN HOUR and be the CORE TECH GENIUS? What you’ll do: work with chair of Literature Humanities (Christia Mercer), the CCIT (Columbia College Information Technology) geniuses, and other students to help develop the Columbia’s Core website. You work 2-4 […]

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