Many college students pursue internships(实习), but only a few of them have the chance to turn that experience into a future career. 36 But there are still strategies interns can employ to win their employer’s attention. 37
●Treat challenging projects as a way to test yourself.
The company may be in a field that is new to you, so the projects you work on may be equally unfamiliar. Adapting to a new environment without having prior experience can be scary. 38 When you show that you can take on every project with a positive attitude, your employer will know how valuable you could be as a full-time employee after graduation.
●Let your boss know you are interested in a job.
If you love your internship and want to work at the company in the future, tell your boss before you leave. It might seem direct. But it is worth putting yourself on your boss’s radar while you are still in the company. 39 If it is more than a few semesters away, tell him or her that you will follow up as the date gets closer.
Internship supervisors(主管)and colleagues are valuable members of your professional network.
They know your work and abilities. They can recommend you not only for jobs at their company, but also when you apply for other companies. Remember to send e-mails or text messages to your former bosses a few times a year. Let them know what you are doing as you progress in college.
A. Keep in touch when your internship ends.
B. Get your supervisors to recommend you.
C. This could be because of the tough job market.
D. Let your supervisor know when you will graduate.
E. Your boss’s interest on you will allow you to graduate easily.
F. But try to look at your internship as the ideal opportunity to learn a new skill.
G. Here are some suggestions for students to make the most of their internship.
答案 36 -40 CGFDA