May 15, 2014 at 9:06 am #2296
I’m trying to find a business internship, but I don’t know which companies offer them. How do I track down this information?
May 15, 2014 at 9:06 am #2298
Internships are an essential ingredient to career success. However, sometimes the difficult part is finding the internship you want. Try these steps:
Make a trip to the college career center. A counselor can guide you toward the best field for an internship, your geographic options, and the time of year that best fits your schedule.
Go online. In addition to college databases, sites such as MonsterTrak.com lets browsers search by company, region, and field.
Check with alumni. Many alumni are happy to sit down with aspiring interns for informational interviews about the company they work for.
On-campus recruiting. Many national organizations, such as INROADS (www.inroads.org) and the Washington Center (www.twc.edu) probably visit your campus frequently. Check out your career center for info and dates.
The direct approach. If you’re interested in a particular field and know of a particular company you’d like to work for, contact the company’s human resources or personnel department. The staff should be able to inform you of any internship opportunities.
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