Life’s been pretty crazy lately. Not to brag, but no one reading this would last a day in my shoes. Its an absolute grindfest. It also doesn’t help that I have absolutely no clue what I’m doing. I’ll be the first to admit I am in way over my head. That’s the type of stand up guy I am. Leadership 101. Show vulnerability. Typical me turning my weaknesses into strengths. I started this on a Sunday morning in my bed like 2 months ago, and now I’m writing for two websites while taking a full class load. I have a final tomorrow that I haven’t started studying for, and I have to push out 4 blogs today before I open up the book. Priorities. Good grades don’t pay rent. Blogs do. Life’s coming faster than I do.
That being said, I think I need help. I have no clue how to operate my website at all, and my business model is basically me pedaling T-shirts from my bedroom, all while trying to support myself off of ad revenue. I’m like a young Steve Jobs creating Apple in his garage, except not as much of a nerd.
So what’s the solution? I’m hiring an intern/co-op. I’m taking matters into my own hands and expanding. The first place I’m looking is what I know best. Northeastern’s co-op program. As a product of the co-op program, I know first hand that its one of the best in the world, and offers world class experiential learning. Sounds like the perfect fit for a TFATB job posting. Gotta give back to the Alma Mater that I still go to.
Nevertheless, I got to work. The first step was creating an employer account, that somehow got approved:
Halfway there. Next, was to create the co-op job posting. As someone who has spent some time searching this site for jobs, I know exactly what students are looking for:
As of right now, my job posting is pending approval. I’m assuming it will be approved, and if it isn’t then I guess Northeastern isn’t as innovative and forward thinking as it claims to be. If you are interested in interviewing, and you don’t go to Northeastern/the job posting gets denied, email Tim@ThoughtsFromATwinBed.com with your resume, and we’ll set something up. I’m not saying that I just created the most desired and competitive internship in the country, but then again, Goldman Sachs better watch their back, as I have a feeling those summer analysts applications might be a little dry next year. Out here stealing Wall Street talent. Come hop on blog train, bitches.