I'm in my final year of university (for engineering) and I am in the process of looking for full-time employment. My university has a co-op program and so I have 6 internships under my belt. For each internship we receive an evaluation from the employer--I've received outstanding evaluations in each of them. This is the highest evaluation you can receive from an employer. I think this track record is valuable information for the interviewer and may make them see me in a more positive light.
During interviews I'm always afraid to say this. I don't know how to say it without sounding arrogant, but I want my employer to know that I made significant contributions to the companies I've worked for. It's very competitive and difficult to get a good job after graduation--I think I need to find a way to convey my positive track record.
I don't think it would be good to say, "I have had 6 paid internships and I've received outstanding evaluations in all of them", because to me, it sounds arrogant. The evaluations are apart of our school's work placement system. Part of my concern is that employers who are unfamiliar with the system might think that I'm saying that I am outstanding versus that I have received a 7/7 evaluation. Of course, in my experience, being too humble is also a big mistake in an interview.
How can I tell an interviewer that I have a great track record without sounding arrogant?