An internship is a structured experience related to a learner’s major subject and/or career goals. The program enhances a student’s academic, career, and personal development while being supervised by a professional. You can have an internship for one academic term, or for multiple academic terms (up to a year). Students, supervisors, and faculty members can all agree upon whether it will be paid or unpaid, part-time or full-time.
Learn about a career field from the inside and decide if this is the right career field for you. Work alongside a professional in your chosen career area and observe the workplace and see if it matches expectations. Gain knowledge about a specific industry.
Leadership and Skill Development
- Experience – One of the recurring themes in any entry-level job search is lack of experience. “Where do I get experience if no one is willing to hire me?” The answer is simple: Get an internship!
- Learn new skills and add to your knowledge base while gaining confidence in your abilities.
- Opportunity to practice communication and teamwork skills
- Provide evidence that you have initiative, are reliable, and have a sense of responsibility
- Apply some of the ideas learned in school and provide a bridge between school and the professional world.
Browse our Camblish Training Institute website for Internship opportunities. Narrow down to the internship that suits your qualifications.
HAVE A RESUME AND COVER LETTER READY TO GO.
- It helps to have a working cover letter and resume to send out once our recruiting begins.
- Target Areas of Interest. Start the process by making a list of things you like to do, your accomplishments, the skills you have, and what you would like to learn.
- Research and Network.
- Consider the Value.
- Apply to Several Programs.