7 Ways to Land Your Dream Internship

Buzz Marketing CEO Tina Wells tells how to score the best summer internship

1. Write a cover letter. I know this seems like common sense, but you wouldn’t believe how many people apply to my company for an internship and don’t send a cover letter! Make sure you discuss why you’d be a fit for the company, and use words from the company mission statement to show that you’ve done your homework.

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  • WriteMoneyInc

    Good article. Especially the point about making a good impression with the manager’s assistant. Managers may ask their assistants what they thought of a candidate. I’ve seen that happen first hand. If you’re in college also work thru your school’s career counseling office as some top firms only take interns thru postsecondary schools.

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