Weekly Clicks: 2016 Internship Handbook
How to find an internship you love—and gain great experience along the way.
1. Decide what you want
Large corporation or small start-up? Simplify your search by knowing exactly what size company you’re looking for.
2. Search with purpose
Check out Internships.com, LinkedIn or Glassdoor for a broad array of job options. For more specific fields, try curated job sites (especially ed2010 for editorial postings and College Fashionista for fashion-centric internships).
3. Perfect your resume
Ensure your resume reflects your personality—and is aesthetically pleasing—with these useful Word templates.
4. Stand out in the virtual crowd
Make your CV shine (and catch the HR manager’s eye) with these application tips.
5. Ace the interview
Last summer’s #TeamIvanka interns shared their advice on how to turn an interview into an offer.
6. Watch for red flags
Avoid an internship horror story (just remember, The Devil Wears Prada is fictional!).
7. Work hard
Your summer internship is not a time to slack off—use our former intern Stacie’s tips to make the most of your opportunity.
8. Keep in touch
Stay connected with your co-workers after your internship ends. The connections you made will come in handy before you know it!