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I have not been in contact after the internship, i.e. 4 months. I did not keep in touch, as I am kind of private person. But asking now, I don’t want to look selfish.. Also, if I do ask, whom should I approach ? There are 3 options

  1. My direct mentor - I had maximum interaction with him, Mid-level manager
  2. My Team lead - some interaction, Senior manager
  3. Centre Director - Senior most person, knew me sufficiently well during internship, will initiate recruitment for the centre

The company had floated a form about 1 month after the internship, asking for feedback as well as if I'd like to work there, and I'd said yes.

One of my college seniors works there; he says there is little scope of a job offer to any intern. But my fellow students at college are recommending me to talk to senior managers at the company. Thanks for the help

marked as duplicate by Lilienthal, Chris E, David K, IDrinkandIKnowThings, JasonJ Oct 19 '16 at 20:47

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  • How do I ask is also an issue, if any of you can indicate how best to ask - email / call; how to structure it etc. Any pointer to existing resources would also be helpful – DS R Oct 19 '16 at 16:20
  • I am not an intern as on date. Internship was over 4 months back – DS R Oct 19 '16 at 18:46
  • @DSR The answers will still be the same - contact your supervisor and say you would be interested in applying for a full-time position. – David K Oct 19 '16 at 18:57
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I would approach your past direct supervisor. He/she probably knows if there are any current openings and can recommend your candidacy to HR department. It can make your application process easier.

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