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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 So what's the to getting an internship? PUNCTUALITY will make or break you in an interview. Always come 10-15 minutes early so you can get a chance to settle in and look over any materials before you begin. NO DISTRACTIONS! This should be obvious, if you're future employer thinks you're not paying attention to him or her, why should he or she pay attention to your impressive résumé? Phone, laptop, iPad and/or whatever else should be hidden from sight and on whatever setting necessary to keep it quiet while you're interviewing. tap and hold to changethis text! ENTHUSIASM will pull its weight in gold when trying to make a good first impression. Interviewers are looking for young, eager employees to train for their company, so remember that when it comes time to discuss the boring stuff like work hours. DO YOUR RESEARCH Find out a little bit about you're company of interest. The less they have to tell you the more you can spend time discussing when you can start (which is always IMEDIATELY). APPEARANCE is crucial; if you look too casual, your interviewer may not take you seriously. On the other hand, if you come looking too spectacular, you'll seem very out of place. Avoid this by calling ahead to ask what you should expect and dress as you would if you were an employee at whatever business you're choosing to intern for. For the soon-to-be interviewee who has no clue where to start.
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