It’s safe to assume, that a person seeking an internship doesn’t have a ton of work experience… and that’s OK! If you are looking to kick-start your career, landing an internship is one of the best ways to learn, grow, and increase your chances of getting a full-time job down the road. At Experience, we had a college student in for an externship (similar to an internship, but shorter). In just one week, he learned so much about himself and what it’s like to work for a company.

When an employer sees an internship experience on a resume, it shows them you are serious about your career and that you didn’t spend all of your time in college partying. It also outlines the professional skills that you developed and proves that you were able to manage school and work at the same time. So enough about the advantages… what are some resume strategies for landing an internship? There’s more than one way to craft a resume, but check out the articles below for more insight.

What to include on your Internship Resume: 3 Essentials

Stuck on what to put on your resume? Besides including the obvious information such as your name, school you attend, and expected graduation date, you’d be surprised how much information you can cram in your one page resume. We want to help you get that internship, so check out this article to learn what essentials to include on your resume.

Square One: Create a resume

The day has finally arrived. The fun and games are over, and it’s time to get serious. It’s time to write your resume, and like most, you may cringe at the very thought of it. This article includes 11 tips to help you start your first resume.

Avoiding the No Pile

Employers are spending 20-30 seconds skimming over your resume. We’ve compiled some tips to help you avoid rejection and make it to the “yes” pile.