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Intern Insider by Tammy Trujillo

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Chapter 2Who Would Want to Hire Me? There’s Nothing Interesting on my Resumé!

  • How to Assess Your Skills and Abilities
  • How to Prepare Your Introduction Material
  • Get Your Look Together

So you think that there is nothing on your resumé that anyone in the entertainment field would be interested in. That’s where you are probably wrong. There’s likely to be a lot on your resumé that will be interesting to a prospective internship coordinator. It’s all in the way you look at it.

You need to understand the purpose of a resumé in order to create an effective one. This is a place where many prospective interns get stuck.

First, you need to have a handle on your skills and abilities. Be realistic. If you know you are good at something, that’s fine to ...

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