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Will potential employers dislike this? Yes.. if they are posting a 6-12 month internship they are expecting someone who will stay 6-12 months. Sure it happens that they don't work out and someone might leave earlier but intentionally shorting them like this is doing to put some noses out of joint. And quite rightly so. At best if they understand that this ...


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It all depends on the alternative! In a vacuum, there's nothing wrong with doing a second internship at the same company. I not only did two internships at the same place (one in highschool, one in college) but also did a co-op there as well. However, there are some things to keep in mind: What would you be doing if you didn't apply? If the answer is "...


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If you want to do more internships, I suggest you find some that have a shorter duration and apply to another internship once you are finished with your current internship. Some companies offer summer internships for example, which are usually 3 months long. Obviously, they happen during the summer and you might not find such short ones outside that calendar ...


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There's nothing wrong with applying again if you left a good impression, we had the same intern in two different departments over three years (one month each year). Since every department was satisfied with his work, we would gladly employ him again. Now in your situation it seems you would like to do another month in a different department within the same ...


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