7 Ways to Land Your Dream Internship

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

4. Do not – I repeat – do not take to your Facebook page or Twitter account to discuss the interview you just had. As an intern, you may be exposed to confidential information, and they need to know that they can trust you. If you’re blabbing about your interview, they’ll assume you’ll do the same about company information.

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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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