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Nathalie Harewood

You'll need to prep your resume and then look for internships at Intern Sushi or Intern Queen. Most internships require you to get course credit while you intern, so be prepared to spend some money on top of working for free.

Make sure that you check out the company before hand, have questions ready in the event you get selected for an interview, write a thank you note after you've been interviewed and get ready for some grunt work.

If you work hard and make yourself an asset you'll get a better internship experience than those who just show up and wait around for someone to give them work.

Best of luck!

Answered 9 years ago

Nathalie Harewood