Internship Hunting

 

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4 Best Ways to Hunt for an Internship

Networking–Ask for job-leads from: family members, friends, people in the community, staff at career centers – especially at your local community college or college where you graduated.

Success Rate: 33%

 

Knocking Doors – Knocking on the door of any employer, factory, or office that interests you, whether they are known to have a vacancy or not.

Success Rate: 47%

 

Phonebook (alone) – using the phone book’s Yellow Pages to identify subjects or fields of interest to you in the town or city where you are, and then calling up the employers listed in that field, to ask if they are hiring for the type of position you can do, and do well.

Success Rate: 69%

 

Phonebook (w/friends) – using the phone book’s Yellow Pages to identify subjects or fields of interest to you in the town or city where you are, and then calling up the employers listed in that field, to ask if they are hiring for the type of position you can do, and do well.

Success Rate: 84%