The Blog of Jake Kelfer
In part one we broke down how internships are an incredible opportunity to learn. In part two we talked about how internships are a place for personal and professional growth. For the final part of this three part article series, I am going to share how internships can be great for improving your resume and making you stand out.
It’s no surprise that internships are a building block for your career. In today’s world, you need internship experience to be able to differentiate yourself from the hundreds of other candidates applying for the exact same job.
You might have perfect grades and be the greatest person ever, but if you lack experience the road to securing your dream job is much harder. Notice, I didn’t say impossible, but I did say harder.
I don’t think I am sharing revolutionary information here. I am, however, reiterating an important fact that internship experience helps build a full candidate profile. Having internship experience can diversify your resume, improve your chances of getting hired and give you the added confidence to apply for jobs.
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