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Inspiring Interns have put together a helpful guide for making the most of your internship.

Inspiring Interns have put together a helpful guide for making the most of your internship.

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    • Making the most of your internship
    • So, fantastic news, you’ve secured a great internship. But how do you go about making the most of your time at the company you’re with? Internships are a great opportunity to boost your CV andkick start your career, and many lead directly into a full time role, so it’s important to grasp the opportunity with both hands!
      Inspiring Interns have compiled this helpful guide to getting
      the most out of your internship.
    • Preparation is key
      • Read up on the companyandindustry.
      • Look out for any recent news or developments.
      • Have a think about what you want to gain from the internship.
      • Set yourselfgoalsto complete by the end of the internship.
    • Top tips for a great internship
      • Use your initiative– don’t just wait to be told what to do. Volunteerfor extra duties or help out with a project that interests you.
      • Be yourself – don’t try too hard. You won’t be able to keep it up for three months!
      • Beprofessional– show up and leave on time. Show your employer that you have made the transition from university
      to the world of work.
      • Showenthusiasm and awillingness to learn.
      • Don’t pretend you know something when you don’t – it’s ok to ask questions!
    • Top tips for a great internship
      • Observe the company culture – this can help give you an idea of the industry in general.
      • Network– an internship is a great way to make contacts. Make sure youinteract with your colleagues and fellow interns.
      • Don’t be antisocial – join in with company activities such as after work drinks.
      • Keep adiary of your projects – this will help you when it
      comes to updating your CV and talking about your internship
      in job interviews.
    • Top tips for a great internship
      • If your internship doesn’t lead to a full time job immediately, stay in touch with the company - then you’ll be at the front of their minds when they’re next hiring.
      • Keepcopiesof any reports, articles or presentations you worked on andcreate a portfolio for any future job interviews.
    • Good Luck!
      Enjoy your internship. It’s a great opportunity to learn some new skills and meet some new people, so make the most of it!
      Most importantly, always communicate with your employer about anyissues, problems or questions you have throughout the course of your internship.