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How to get internship?

How can a stalelar high shcool student get internship

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Ruchi’s Answer

What a fantastic question you've asked! Companies are always on the hunt for fresh talent and are genuinely dedicated to providing opportunities via internships.

It's always a good idea to start by identifying your areas of interest, where you envision your growth, and then a simple online search will reveal a plethora of companies operating in that field. For instance, if you're interested in the Telecoms sector, a brief internet search will present you with a multitude of options to select from.

Your next move should be to compile a list of companies whose values align with yours and find out when their internship programs commence. Make a note of it in your calendar as a reminder. Also, set a reminder a month before the due date so you know it's time to start preparing your application.

As Amanda wisely pointed out earlier, crafting a resume and cover letter is essential. Your resume is a platform to display what you've learned so far and where your interests lie. A cover letter, on the other hand, is tailored to the role you're applying for. It's an opportunity to connect your current learning with how you will contribute to the role being advertised. While it might sometimes feel like a daunting task, it's incredibly beneficial as it helps us comprehend why we are drawn to certain jobs, and what is expected from us.

Most importantly, if you find yourself intrigued by a particular area or job, even if you lack some of the required skills, don't hesitate to apply. Companies are actively seeking a variety of perspectives and expertise.

I hope this guidance proves useful to you.
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Amanda’s Answer

Internships are a great way to get work experience! Find internship opportunities where the subject matter or type of work interests you and where you feel you can contribute to the organization as well.

Most internship applications require cover letters and resumes, so you'll want to write or update these as well. It's always best to customize your cover letter to let the hiring manager know more about you and why you are interested in the opportunity. Be yourself! Internships are wonderful learning opportunities so you aren't expected to know how to do everything. What's most important is your willingness to learn.
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