Hi Tanya! It is great that you started interning as early as you did and got experience. You don't necessarily want to discard these from your resume as they could show your abilities. You don't want to sell yourself short and not include them. State everything you learned and accomplished in those positions to show how they were valuable. Consider providing more information for the more relevant positions, and ones that are less relevant you can list under a sub header. Don't be afraid to include "too much", although resumes are suppose to be an overview, you don't want to undervalue yourself and skills you have achieved (you can go over 1 page but keep it to a 2 page maximum).
All positions and experiences can be beneficial in various ways. First, decide which ones are relevant to what you are applying for. These should definitely be included to show direct experience and listed towards the top. As stated even if you use a header of "Internships" and just list some of them, you are at least getting credit for what you have done.
Hope this helps and good luck!
Whitney recommends the following next steps:
- List each internships and the duties, skill, and accomplishments you completed