Why Should You Consider An Internship Program When You Are Just Starting Out

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Let’s face it.

Hindi pwedeng aral, aral, aral lang.

At one point, you need to get your feet wet.

You need to apply what you’ve learned.

The same goes for freelancing.

If you’re a newbie and you’re not yet confident with the skill that you have, you’ve probably asked yourself…

“What if magkamali ko?”

“What if may ipagawa tapos di ko alam?”

“What if hindi ko pala kaya yung task?”

A lot of what-ifs.

I get it.

And for this reason, some freelancers decide to go inside an internship.

To get hands-on experience — It’ll give you a chance to test-run the knowledge you’ve gained while learning new skills in the process.

To find out if a specific skill is something you could see yourself doing long-term.

To stand out from the competition.


Do you consider joining an internship program?

What are the factors you need to look at?

Will internship do you good?

Let’s talk about these and all other internship concerns on this FLIP Chat&Chill episode replay.

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Jason Dulay

Jason Dulay

Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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