Basically this is the thing:
I have 2so far, and will start doing some part-time internship (9-10 months, only 10h/week to support paying my studies) at a good company ( , Wellington, ) in a random department (administration-, marketing-, sales-support, assisting senior guys covering countries etc.).
Now, I am doing this because I needed the money, so I figured out that working at a good-brand company and being around industry professionals and assisting them/having the chance to network with them could be beneficial. I am pretty sure that I can use this to my advantage even though its bs job.
It is a small, regional office and I am the only intern. They really didn't have the need for interns and I guess they only considered me because of nice cover letter and solid CV => there was no chance to get some "investments" department internship, I will just be doing any work that needs to be done.
1) Is this even worth putting on my CV - would you do it?
I could probably present it as a more relevant, better learing experience internship on my resume but still it is back office/support. I will definitely do some country research, prepare presentation materials, update stuff etc.
I could put some minor BS accounting/research work instead or some university club thing (also crap).
2) If so, where to put it? Beforebecause it is "may2013 - present" ongoing experience or somewhere below because it is not really relevant?
3) Is part-time/flexible something that needs to be mentioned on a resume?
I would appreciate answer on any of the questions and any advice that you have.
P.S. (not sure if it matters ) I am focused on getting IBD FT offer at BB/elite bouique after my undergrad studies and maybe moving to aafter several years (I am genuinely interested in investing), but I am still learning and will just see where life takes me. No super-strong focus on anything yet.