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I’m the senior at the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Like many elderly people, I spent the end of the year, stressing that we need to find an internship for the summer. Fortunately, all my work was paid-I found an internship, and I learned some valuable lessons on hunting, which I would like to share with you …
1. Take off your Basic ‘Binders’.
Do not focus on internships solely in your field of study. As a large business accounting business, I started looking for opportunities to work in the accounting firms, which was very limited. When I finally took my account blind, I performed an apprenticeship at FindTheBest, where I worked on business development in education and auto-departments. Although the role was not linked to much, I worked with the CEO and took valuable lessons from his leadership skills; I also worked for teams, gained knowledge in the web analytics and developed new skills in sales and marketing. If I hadn’t discovered my search, I would never have had such an incredible experience of training …
Check for small organizations, startups and non-profits. These types of companies offer prospective trainees:.
3. Show Prepared.
Being prepared will impress your interviewer, so let’ s take a look at these tips:
4. Recall your Munners.
You don’t give up when you don’t get a proposal. Remember, there are a lot of companies that would like to hire you as an intern! Even if you don’t get the internship that you wanted, you keep looking-you can find a more person for you … and have one of the best years of your life!
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