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Don’t whine. Embrace each task with a positive attitude. They could be tests of your attitude to see if you would be a good hire.
7. Volunteer. » Employers like eager attitudes, so be willing to offer your services as long as you’ve got the OK from your boss.
Maybe you’re a whiz at online graphics and could help a team meet its deadline by staying late and pitching in. This can serve to not only give others a positive impression of you but also provide valuable experience of working with a team under deadline pressures.
Finally, never leave an internship empty-handed, Dumas says.
"Always make sure you leave an internship with names of contacts so you can continue networking while you look for a job," she says.
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