It’s Internship Season!
This is the time of year when many companies and organizations are posting for summer internships. Most employers ask for a resume or cover letter, so be sure to have your resume reviewed by a Peer Coach in the Career Center, Monday through Friday from 10am-4pm, no appointment needed. Just walk in with a paper copy and tell the front desk you’d like your resume and/or cover letter reviewed.
When it comes time for the interview, there are many ways to prepare including mock interviews at the Career Center and Interview Stream, an online practice interview tool you can utilize on your own.
For more help, these short videos are chock full of great advice to help you articulate and impress the person sitting across from you
How to Answer the Hardest Interview Questions:
What Not To Do In Your Interview:
Still have questions about preparing for you an Internship? Make an appointment with your Internship and Career Advisor on Handshake.
If the internship you are applying for requires a reel or portfolio component, make an appointment with your Creative Industry on Liaison on Handshake.
Use Handshake to search for upcoming events and available Internships, keeping in mind that employers are posting for summer internships in February and March. In addition to Handshake, you can also search on general sites such as LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Indeed, The Muse, Jopwell, and Internships.com.
And remember, Before you apply, Stop by! We’re here to help! (618 S. Michigan Avenue, First Floor)