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Internship plan

An internship can provide career-building experience and be a stepping stone to your dream job. The essay gives you a chance to express your personality beyond what can be gleaned from other aspects of the application. Think of it as a written interview and use it as an opportunity to convey your passion for the field and personal motivations. A well-crafted interview can separate you from the other candidates by demonstrating your strength in written communication. Conclude your first paragraph with a clear thesis statement. Your thesis will guide the direction of the rest of your essay, and should be narrowly focused to the internship you want. For example, your thesis might read, \"My volunteer experience working with animals has helped me develop compassion and attention to detail, and an internship will help me hone these skills even further.\" Prove you will treat the internship like a job. Whether or not you will be getting paid or working full time, show that you understand an internship is a meaningful professional opportunity and not a “job lite.” You can do this by adopting a mature and professional tone in the essay. Avoid cliches or stating the obvious by being specific. There is no need to say, for example, that you are applying for the internship to gain experience--that’s what all internships are for. Instead, talk about the specific skills you hope to learn and how you will use them in your career.