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You have decided to apply to some internships. But your GPA is less than stellar and your college didn't come close to cracking the top colleges list. Read more.
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Cover letter: In some situations, cover letters may be crucial to wooing an employer into an interview. Get started on yours with some pointers from The Princeton Review.
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Personal appearance: Projecting a professional image and flawless hygiene may seem like small details on the job, but nonchalance in this department may cost you. Find out why.
Communication: Learning appropriate interoffice etiquette is an adjustment. Find out how even your tone factors into your professional demeanor and why calling your boss "dude" just won't do.
Character: Complaining about coworkers is tempting, but may make you look worse than them. See why niceness and humility may be key to your career!

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