An internship is a rite of passage for those transitioning out of the educational sphere and into the working world. Whether you think of it as getting your feet wet or a foot in the door of opportunity, there is a bit more to manage than the string of busywork tasks that come with the territory. If you're planning on interning over the summer, but you're not sure how to manage your expenses while working and on a limited income, we've got the article for you. Whether you are asking, "Where do I begin?" or "How do I stretch my Ramen budget to fit drinks out with the team?", we have some insight for you. This week's edition of Kelly's Korner helps to understand how to manage your budget while interning, without breaking you or your bank.
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