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Conquering Your Engineering Internship: Planning, Getting, And Making The Most Of An Internship Or Co-Op Paperback – April 16, 2008
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The text is a one-stop shop for common advice for interns and provides some not-so-obvious techniques to give the reader an edge when he or she is ready to seek entry-level work experience. And given the competitive job market, these suggestions could make all the difference when it comes time for finding and getting that internship and eventually permanent employment. It's clear the author has done his research and even draws on personal experience to back up the statements in this book.
The quality of the writing is very high and is truly a great investment for anyone in an engineering or technical field. Even veterans that think they know everything there is about internships will find some interesting and helpful suggestions. I can't recommend this enough.
Few internship books are even partially relevant for engineers, most I've encountered solely cover the typical business internship. After reading other books and experiencing my first internship I can say this guide would have helped me get even more out of my internship; I'm looking forward to applying the information the next time around.