During the spring semester, many companies and corporations around the country search for college students to fill their summer internship positions. These companies want students who are passionate, diligent, and self-motivated.
You do not need a 4.0 GPA to land the internship of a lifetime, but you will need a well-executed strategy. Many college students will not even reach the interview process because they failed during the application process.
Before you can start to think about the interview, you must first get through the application process. Hundreds of college students compete for the same internship. How can you stand out from the rest and be sure that you are one of the few scheduled for an interview?
First, get acquainted with the company. What type of company is it? What is the age range of its targeted customers? What is the company’s mission? Who are its competitors? Most of this information can be found on the company’s main website. The research you do now will help you in the interview as well; do not be afraid to use your newfound knowledge to impress the interviewer.
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