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Let me also suggest this ... "talk to your academic advisors!" Discuss your concerns with them. Because, "the industry really isn't that far removed from academics," and "internship programs" really are intended to begin to fill that gap. It's perfectly okay to take your concerns – whatever they might be – and to say to ...


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my university has an internship program planned for people who complete their third year of the program but honestly, I don't feel like depending on that You haven't provided much detail as to what your school's internship program is like. Is it a co-op type of program like Waterloo or Northeastern does, or is it a research kind of program? I'm not sure ...


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Portfolios are for artists and fashion models. Concentrate on things you need to learn for Your university courses Your work (including internships) Anything you want to do as a hobby Don't waste time learning things because you think somebody might want to see them on your resume at some time in the future. You don't know what you are going to end up ...


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Obviously that internship will be helpful in building up your resume for when you search for a "real" job. I would not simply go in and do your work and just sit there. Try to build relationships with people at some professional level and be sure to leave your contact information. You never know that person may someday be able to offer you a job or ...


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