Enjoy the experience and get out of your comfort zone. My area of expertise and experience when I entered my Masters of Social Work program was youth and families. In retrospect, I should have taken more classes outside of my area to get a more well rounded education and knowledge base. If you can, get your internship experiences in very different areas of focus - older adults, addition, community organizing, LGBTQ, child welfare, etc. I also learned as much if not more from other students in my graduate classes than the one professor in each class so take full advantage of getting to know your peers and pick their brains. Many of them had tons of work experience already before entering graduate school and had relationships with organizations or agencies that were hiring so they can definitely assist with employment opportunities when you are ready to look for work.
Hope this helps,