Monday, August 15, 2022

From Intern To Full Timer: 3 Key Pieces Of Advice For Marketing Interns

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Velma Romero
Velma Romero
Velma Romero is a reporter for Business News Ledger. After graduating from college, Velma got an internship at NPR and worked as a reporter and producer. Velma has also worked as a reporter for ESPN. Lynn covers marketing and community news, issues and stories for Business News Ledger.

The current job market is incredibly competitive requiring budding professionals to feel like they’re in a boxing ring having to fight with all the other like-minded students and graduates in their shoes. Because of this, it’s essential to ace your internship help you build networks, discover your career path, and find a full-time job. We’re going to guide you with a few key pieces of advice to help you get the most out of your internship to help you on your professional journey.

1# Network, Network, Network!

Networking is highly important especially when it comes to the workplace. Most jobs nowadays are found through network connections and referrals. That’s why it’s important to socialise, get to know your colleagues, and build relationships in order to help you keep your ears open for a potential role. In your internship, if you get along with your colleagues you may find them wanting to keep you full-time or remembering you when the time comes for a job opening to bring you back to their company.

2# Develop Skills & Educate Yourself

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Take advantage and soak up as much training and learning as you can. The classroom can only offer so much. When it comes to internships, you are given practical training that will help you when you find yourself with a full-time job in that field. During the course of your training, it is important to take notes to make sure you remember what you had learned. Say yes to opportunities to expand your skillset. You can add it to your resume which will therefore entice more companies to want to interview and hire you.

3# Be Daring And Don’t Be Afraid To Ask The Hard Questions

It’s quite normal to be shy especially when you’re starting out in your profession. By simply asking if they are job opportunities, where this internship could potentially lead to in the company, and other hard questions, you could find yourself knabbing a job quicker than if you didn’t ask.

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