The more internships you have, the more experienced you are to hiring managers. Summer is a great time to do internships since you don’t have classes, but if you are up for the challenge, internships during the academic year are a great way to expand your experience and network. Here
Balancing class along with an internship may seem difficult to you right now, but here’s a little secret: it’s supposed to be. And if it isn’t, you’re probably either letting your school work fall by the wayside or you’re not being challenged enough at your internship. Balancing the two should
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So, you are applying for your first internship. You have no past intern experience and have not yet worked in your field. Another student in your class has already had two internships and is applying for the same internship as you. Sounds nerve-wracking, right? It doesn’t need to be!