How To Prepare For An Internship?

Posted by
Jeff Black On Dec 7 , 2017

You need to know your goals before starting a job hunt. Clarity comes with intense desire and action. Discover different internship positions by searching for them on the internet or following information updates from the university.

Informational interviews also offer a fantastic learning experience and give you a competitive edge while networking with professionals. Spend at least 30 minutes every day to research professionals in your field. Find at least five people to have an informational interview with.

After you have zeroed in on your choice, it’s time to prepare everything for you to make it happen. Prepare the materials required for internship requests – a resume, a cover letter, and a stellar personal brand.

How Should You Draft Your Resume?

Your resume should tell your employer about your experiences. It’s the best place for you to market your skills. If you want to showcase yourself as a technically sound person, write in a language that showcases your knowledge in the field. Emphasize the experiences that make you unique. If you have a low GPA, then showcase your work experience in projects more than your academic scores. Your resume should cover the basics like name, email, website, education, work experience, skills, projects, and extracurricular activities. Check whether you have answers to the following questions:

• Did you tell your story? How different is it from others?

• Did you clearly share your experiences?

• Did you show the value you can give to their company?

Your first draft will be far from perfect. Many students get caught up in the little details like font size and format of the resume and do not focus on the things that really matter. If you want inspiration, we suggest you sign up with us. We can help! We also help with online class assignments, homework, and other tasks. All that you have to do is to call us to ask – ‘can you take my online class?’

Read These Important Questions To Avoid Common Resume Errors:

• Should this be a one-page resume? Yes

• How should I structure my resume? A format that display yours personality

• What should be the page margins? 1 inches on all sides.

• Should I add references at the bottom? Not necessary. If they want recommendations, they will ask for it. Don’t waste space.

• Which is the right font for a resume? Times New Roman

• How should I proofread my resume? Proofread more than once and then ask four of your friends to proofread it as well.

• Should I focus on my projects or work experiences? Focus on what makes you unique. You should also know what the employer would want in a candidate for that role. Highlight the experiences that are most relevant to your job position.

These points can help you start your career before you’re thrown into the competitive world.