If you already have a summer internship, staffing and recruitment leader Michael Sherman suggests thinking of it as a 10-Week Interview. Come early, stay late; know the industry and ask questions; build relationships with co-workers and show enthusiasm, are among the tips he provides. He also shares that, according to CareerBuilder, 63% of graduates who complete a paid internship will receive a job offer to join their employer upon graduation. Overall, graduates with paid internship experience had average starting salaries 28% higher than their peers without internship experience. To read his post in full, click HERE.

 

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