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What is the best way to find internships?

I would like to have an internship next summer and thought I should start looking now. #internship

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R. Scott’s Answer

The best way is networking (ask your parents and others you know that work to refer you) and through your school's placement office. Most companies will be looking for Junior's in college, but sometimes sophomore's are accepted. You also need a well done resume. Look online for examples. High GPA also helps.

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Charles’s Answer

Today the Detroit Tigers announced they're taking applications for internships. Whether you're interested in sports, marketing, broadcast, this could be a good opportunity for someone.

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Oshane’s Answer

Networking and gigs are the best ways for e.g. I started off by getting gigs and it was free I would recommend agency like central casting because it going to give you the experience you need.

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Matthew’s Answer

The best way to get an internship is to send a lot of applications out and to practice your interviewing skills. There are plenty of opportunities on linkedin, indeed, and many other job sites, and the more shots you take, the more likely you are to land one of them!
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Natalie’s Answer

Hey! Linkedin also has a good number of internship opportunities available if your school does not offer internship fairs or networking events. I've found that many employers make use of the fact that Linkedin already has background information on a candidate and values applications via the site.
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Jordan’s Answer

A good way to look for internship is to network through networking events. Try finding the networking events hosted by Universities or Colleges, public libraries, job boards, or government. There is usually a small entrance fee to deter anyone who is not serious. Employers like to hire people who they seen in person.
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