If you’ve been in grad school for any length of time, you might be wondering what the heck a summer internship is.
A summer internship is a student’s opportunity to experience the working world in a live manner. Internships give students the chance to put their skills to the test, to work on a project that will require them to use their knowledge and skills during a real-world setting. Usually internships take place in the summer or in the fall.
The summer internship program at the University of Washington is full of interns from all over the world. In fact, the last class of internships was held in early September. This class is for students who have not yet decided on an internship program. So there’s a chance that you might be one of the first to start a summer internship this fall.
So if you have a summer internship and are considering applying for it, you will be required to show your resume to college recruiters. If you don’t do a summer internship, you may still be able to apply for an internship, but you will have to apply in the fall.
The only information you will be allowed to submit is a resume and a writing sample.
In short, if you are applying for a summer internship, you will need to submit your resume with your summer internship application. Even if you have not started your internship, you will still be required to apply in the fall.
I know what you’re thinking. Summer internships are the dream job for everyone. They’re the ideal place to find work and the best way to get in the door. However, just because you get a summer internship, it doesn’t mean you’ll be required to work hard on your application. Even though you may have to apply in the fall, you will not be required to submit a resume or write a sample.
The reason is because applicants for internships get to work with the company in the summer, so that they are more likely to be open to taking initiative and not be afraid of asking hard questions. You will still be required to submit a resume, of course, but you will not be required to write a sample.
We have had a few interns (and one staff member) that have been so excited about interning at our company that they haven’t even been required to submit a resume. In fact, we’ve had more interns that are required to submit a resume than we’ve had interns that are not required to submit one.