Internship provides a path for gaining project experience. Despite the GPA, employers prefer a candidate with experience in the same field outside class work.
Freshman year is the most critical year for deciding a right course. Class projects alone may not help one’s confidence in pursuing current course of study. A freshman year internship will help select one’s interested course of study. A sophomore year internship will specialize in programming languages.
Information technology operates in a competitive market. Knowledge and skills of employees form the strength of a company. Project experience through internship will help one become a professional.
An internship enhances the way of thinking, working and solving the issues. Many employers require one to take a test before calling for interview. Interviewers often ask one to explain an unusual situation or a critical situation as well as the approach to the problem how it was solved.
Successfully carrying out internship helps one acquire skills required for career based junior year internship or for regular employment. It gives opportunity to utilize class work ideas for project applications.