Top 3 Internship templates

How to grab your futures employer’s attention in just a few seconds, especially when you have little or no job experience when you are applying for an internship? Impossible…? No, it isn't. Of course, it is possible!

You must have heard this piece of advice before... "Just have to be a little more creative and follow the local business conventions". But what does that mean in your specific case?

We try to make it simpler for you by providing you example internship templates in order to get your polished document that will impress your employers in minutes! 

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Example Internship resume

How to grab your futures employer’s attention, especially when you have little job experience when you are applying for an internship? Download this resume now!

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Cover Letter Internship example

Download this Cover Letter Internship template and after downloading you can change and customize every detail and appearance and finish it in minutes.

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Basic Internship Agreement template

How to set up an Internship Agreement? Download this free internship agreement as example and you can customize every detail and finish the agreement in minutes

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For an internship, you don’t have to be professional-level fully qualified yet. However, it would be good if you can show you have some experience or affinity with the position. Your goal in landing an internship is to use the skills you already have to contribute to your academic and career goals and gain new skills as well. Intern recruiters know you don’t have everything it takes yet.

For example, if you are applying for a financial industry internship but never worked in investment banking, think outside the box. Maybe you handled money as a treasurer for a student association or you managed a cash drawer in a supermarket. They’re looking for someone who wants to learn and who has transferable skills like:

  • Leadership skills
  • Ability to communicate
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Can do-will do mentality
  • Hard work ethics
  • Creativity
  • Problem-solving ability

There are a few basic requirements for your internship templates to implement. Consider the following:

  • Keep these 3 templates at max 1 page in length
  • Clean, error-free, and easy to read
  • Structured and written to highlight your strengths towards this position
  • Be specific what position you are seeking

Our internship templates have ways to grab your future employer’ attention. After downloading and filling in the blanks, you can customize every detail and appearance of your document and finish in minutes.

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