Bumming it on the beach or going to a barbecue every other week sounds like a great blueprint for the summer, but it won’t help you gain experience in the workplace, give you school credit or a paycheck, unfortunately!


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Summer is one of the best seasons to start looking for employment or an internship if you need to gain valuable experience.

Use this season as an opportunity for a fresh start to your job search. There are plenty of online sources, as well as recruiting firms you can reach out to and submit your resume.

If you jump the gun early enough and get organized, you should map out a game plan to help you land that internship or job, plus it may save you a lot of stress.

Below are some tips on how to make the best out of your summer search and hopefully be gainfully employed.

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