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I am interested to do hands-on in computer. Who are the companies accepting internship to become IT specialist?

I used to work as a customer service/Front Desk in Medical Facility.

Thank you comment icon I'm not sure what you mean by "Hands-on" - doing searches for "IT Specialist (which specialty?)" Should point you to companies that have internship opportunities available. It helps to get more specific if you know what area in IT you are interested in. Universities and Colleges also have a lot of IT work available and are great places to learn in a somewhat less stressful, slower paced environment. Elliot Jordan

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James Constantine’s Answer

Dear Ricel,

Exploring IT Specialist Internship Opportunities

A multitude of corporations spanning diverse sectors provide IT internships. Here's a snapshot of some:

Google: Google presents a variety of IT internships, encompassing software engineering, user experience research, and data analytics. As an intern, you'll be engaged in real-world projects and gain guidance from Google's team members.

Microsoft: Microsoft extends a broad spectrum of internships, in fields like software development, data science, and IT operations. As an intern, you'll contribute to innovative projects and acquire knowledge from seasoned professionals.

Amazon: Amazon provides internships in several IT areas, including cloud computing, machine learning, and software development. As an intern, you'll participate in projects that directly influence Amazon's customers and businesses.

Facebook: Facebook grants internships in domains such as software engineering, product management, and data science. As an intern, you'll be involved in projects that directly affect Facebook's users and businesses.

IBM: IBM supplies internships in fields like software development, data science, and IT consulting. As an intern, you'll contribute to projects that directly impact IBM's clients and businesses.

Accenture: Accenture presents internships in domains like software development, data analytics, and cybersecurity. As an intern, you'll work on client projects and gain mentorship from seasoned professionals.

Deloitte: Deloitte provides internships in areas like cybersecurity, data analytics, and software development. As an intern, you'll work on client projects and receive guidance from experienced professionals.

Capgemini: Capgemini extends internships in fields like software development, data analytics, and IT consulting. As an intern, you'll contribute to client projects and gain mentorship from seasoned professionals.

Cisco Systems: Cisco Systems offers internships in domains like software development, network engineering, and cybersecurity. As an intern, you'll be involved in projects that directly influence Cisco's products and services.

Dell Technologies: Dell Technologies supplies internships in areas like software development, data analytics, and IT consulting. As an intern, you'll work on client projects and receive guidance from experienced professionals.

These are merely a handful of corporations that provide IT specialist internships. Also, consider exploring opportunities at smaller tech firms or startups for more hands-on experience in specific IT areas. Additionally, consider connecting with local professional groups or attending tech events to network with industry professionals who could provide guidance or referrals for internship opportunities.

Stay Blessed!
James Constantine.
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Wayne’s Answer

Hello Ricel! There's a wealth of excellent sources out there that can provide you with detailed information on internships. I've included a helpful link for you right here:
https://www.indeed.com/m/jobs?q=internship%20for%20high%20school%20student&l=United%20States&from=searchOnSerp&sameQ=1

Best of luck on your search!
Thank you comment icon Thank you for the advice. Ricel
Thank you comment icon Thank you and i'm very interested and ill check that link Ricel
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Gloria’s Answer

Hi Ricel,

There are a variety of companies who need employees with computer skills. I like that you have focused on a job title like IT Specialist. I would challenge you to thnk about how you want to use this skillset. An IT Specialist can be someone in a call center to someone in cyber security and other areas. Where I work (AT&T), we have internships in various areas of the company. (I have shared the link in the steps below. High levels of knowledge in Information Technology can be valuable in a variety of fields. Your challenge will be how you see yourself using your knowledge. Do you want to be of service, do you want to create new products (hardware or software), or start a business? I mention this because it is very different to apply your skills to different types of jobs. For example, I am an instructional designer. I have done this work for a variety of industries. It was very different to create training for banks versus a travel company versus a telecommunications company. It also shapes the way that I grow in my skills. As a designer, I need to be able to create in a variety of ways for one company and only need one skill (like videography) for an another company.

I hope that this post helps you get started. Take time to check out internships at companies who do work that would interest you.

Gloria

Gloria recommends the following next steps:

https://www.att.jobs/students
Thank you comment icon Thank you so much for the advice. Ricel
Thank you comment icon I would like to be the help desk, helping customers with their problems in the computer. I am interested to learn cyber security but right now i have no knowledge about it yet. Thank you so much and i would like to check that internships program. Ricel
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