Internship And Full-Time Jobs Los Banos CA

Want to land an entry-level job at a specific company? The best way is to first prove yourself is through an internship.

Mait Career Placement & Temporaries
(800) 558-6248
13800 Heacock
Moreno Valley, CA

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HR Link
(949) 900-4560
85 Enterprise
Aliso Viejo, CA

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SoftSol Resources
(510) 824-2000
48383 Fremont Blvd
Fremont, CA

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Internal Audit Recruiters, LLC
(951) 372-0044
2725 Maxine Circle
Corona, CA
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Finance, Executive

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Eastbay Works
(510) 563-5100
675 Hegenberger Rd
Oakland, CA

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General Employment Enterprises
(949) 753-0300
600 S Main St
Orange, CA

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Domestic Placement Network
(805) 640-3623
412 Topa Topa Dr
Ojai, CA

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(510) 796-4976
35878 Blair Place
Fremont, CA

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Compu Search
(415) 391-2422
450 Sansome St
San Francisco, CA

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Matthews & Associates
77 Solano Sq
Benicia, CA

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If you want to land an entry-level job at a specific company after graduation, the best way to do it is to first prove yourself at that company through an internship or co-op.

But you can't expect to turn an internship into a full-time job just by showing up for your assignment with a pulse and a clock to watch the time go by.

"As an intern, you are in competition with other interns for full-time openings," says Christi Lehner, director of college relations for Abbott Laboratories, where 53 percent of the company's eligible interns were hired for full-time jobs in 2003. "You need to set yourself apart and show your value to the organization."

Here's how.

Take Your Role Seriously -- Very Seriously

"Treat your internship as if it was a real job," says Megan Elias, a 2003 public relations graduate from Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania. Elias interned with Animal Friends, an animal shelter in Pittsburgh, before landing a full-time job there last summer.

"Whether it's a full or part-time internship -- paid, unpaid or for college credits -- take it seriously," Elias says. "Work hard. Just because you're an intern doesn't mean you shouldn't take your duties seriously."

Elias knows whereof she speaks. During her special-events planning internship at Animal Friends, she coordinated a "Bark ‘n' Brew" social event, handling everything from making contacts and developing a budget to publicizing the event and even working with the participating dogs....

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