YouIntern – Freedom from Coffees and Copies

We all know that internships are the best way to get hired for a full-time position, especially these days. is the leading internship resource for students, and the best part is that you can read reviews of internships from past students. This will help you make better decisions about where you intern and how to get in with the company.

No more Starbucks runs for you. Check out the site, register and start interning!

More Depressing Job Market News…

This will likely be the most competitive year on record for grad school admissions as more and more people realize they need that extra step for job security. What’s the most critical part of the grad school application? Your LSAT scores.

This month, Knewton, a Web test preparation service, launched a new online LSAT prep course, which incorporates interactive instruction from the country’s leading LSAT experts. Knewton guarantees that each student who takes this course will improve their score by five points, and if not they’ll give you a full refund!

Surprisingly, a difference of five points can actually mean a difference in starting salary upon graduation. Get started at

Check out the SeeSaw, USC’s Newest Independent News Source

USC has just launched an independent newspaper called the SeeSaw, which aims to provide an alternative news source for the USC community. Student-run, the SeeSaw values a variety of voices and perspectives and wants the publication to be honest, critical, provocative, bold and original.

Read the SeeSaw to find out the barometer of talent among your peers, and although the deadline to apply for writing positions has passed, it never hurts to submit a piece if you have something to say!

The HeArt Project Workshop

HeArt Project creatively links overlooked teenagers in alternative high schools with professional artists to imagine and produce new creative works. The belief is that these overlooked kids are exceptionally creative and have something to offer, and their pairing with artists is a beneficial resource for the community.

March 19 at UCLA, the HeArt Project will present “Art and Global Health,” a workshop on how the creation of art contributes to spreading awareness. For more information, visit

Support KXLU Independent Radio

KXLU, LMU’s non-commercial, educational radio station, hosts a weekly party Sundays at the Echo (1822 Sunset Blvd., Echo Park). Part Time Punks supports independent artists and features resident DJs Michael Stock and Benny Shambles. This dance party is 18+ and only costs $5, so come and release your inner punk this Sunday (March 22) in honor of college radio.