Young people are embracing internships, and some are racking up an array of experiences from interning summer after summer, and even signing up for part-time internships during the academic year.
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STEM internships are competitive, with hundreds or thousands of applicants often applying within the first few days.
So, you’ve finally landed a summer internship, congratulations! Here are some tips to help you make the most of this great opportunity.
Even the most experienced networkers sometimes break these fundamental rules of etiquette. Avoid missing opportunities to connect with key people by following these simple rules.
Many companies and organizations are already accepting applications for their internship programs. Here’s a list of the top summer internship programs in 2017.