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The Street: 7 Ways to Stand Out in Your Internship

The Street: 7 Ways to Stand Out in Your Internship

5/31/2013 12:00 AM

​While there's no such thing as "winning" an internship, students who want a job offer at the end of their contract should step up to the plate ready to hit a home run.

When it comes to being punctual, never let what friends in the office are doing lead you astray. Just because they all go to Starbucks from 9:05 to 9:45 a.m. doesn't mean you should, too.

"Show up a few minutes early and stay a few minutes late," says Gabriel Razo, director of career planning and placement at Harold Washington College. "This is not school, so being on time simply isn't enough. Putting in extra effort shows you are committed to the job."

For more tips, read the full article at The Street.

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