The Road Taken.

My Way to MyCampusPost Career Development Program,1 min


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Learning is never ending. And it’s never free, right? Well, that’s what I thought too before tumbling upon this plethora of knowledge in this career development program in http://www.mcpsquad.com/

Learning is boring at times, right? Well in this case too, the program didn’t fail to break the stereotype. From making fun trivia quizzes to learning about facebook insights, I absorbed and learned it all. It was all fun and “cool”. The job descriptions and everything that followed after the acceptance of a particular task is worth praising.

I always loved writing and also wanted to explore the other genres of work that are available. Fortunately, I got associated with the rightest and the bestest of things out there.

I can assure you that the coolest of the folks are associated with this program and this field.

The whole program was a total gain for me. I learned a lot of things that would help me to establish myself in a better way in today’s competitive world. I was rightly guided and assisted by my mentors. Jacqueline ma’am helped me all the way and guided me whenever I needed.

This was my first internship program and I am lucky enough to have worked here. Right from the interview for the selection procedures, I knew this was something that I’ve never done before. I was excited and nervous. But gradually the nervousness vanished and I found myself swimming in a vast ocean of awesomeness.

Thus keeping it short here, I would like to conclude by saying that I will highly recommend my friends to do this career development program. This was an amazing journey for me and I would like to do this kind of programs in the near future. Kudos to the team. Thanks a lot for giving me this opportunity.


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  1. An extremely fun read. Very well structured. Article was written from a personal viewpoint but with the right hint of professionalism. Impressive. Looking forward to more fun and fresh articles! Kudos!