An internship allows you to directly experience the inner workings of a company that can't be seen through corporate research alone. Working alongside professionals, you'll learn many things you can't learn in school. The benefits of an internship are not just gaining job experience in the real world, but also understanding an organization called a company, which you can't understand unless you actually join, as well as the basics of business, the meaning of work, and the purpose of employment.
When job hunting gets serious, if you have internship experience, your story about why you were interested in that industry and company becomes more persuasive and can be conveyed clearly. Internships contain many elements that are useful for job hunting and future career paths. At the Career Forum, many companies that are recruiting for internships will participate. Even companies that don't advertise internships may offer them if you talk to them, so please visit their booths.
Some internships may have a selection process that is no different from regular recruitment. In that case, you'll need to prepare a resume, even if it's simple, including contact information, educational background, extracurricular activities, and what made you interested in the company. Please promote yourself.
Recently, the number of companies offering one-day or one-week internships has increased. The purpose varies, such as getting to know their company and giving you experience, but it's a good opportunity for corporate research. Since it's different from a long-term internship, we recommend that you check the period when applying for an internship.
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