An internship or internship program is a training program offered to freshers as a means of gaining professional experience. Internships help freshers develop skills relevant to what they have studied or the line of work they are planning on getting into, providing them with a career path, which will help them be aware of the industry and the corporate world. Internships offer freshers the experience and practical knowledge they will need to build networks and corporate relations, at the end of which they are offered an internship certificate.
The internship certificate is conferred to the student by the organization they are doing the internship for. Such a certificate holds immense value in a student’s academic CV or work resume because it shows that the student has prior experience and practical knowledge in the field or domain they are planning on entering.
Earning an internship certificate entails successfully completing the internship program within the prescribed period of time from the organization. The person or organization the student is working for as an intern will then issue the certificate, mentioning the type of work the intern has learned and the projects they have undertaken. It will also mention the duration of the internship and what skills the student might have acquired as a part of the program. Finally, there must be a seal that is from the organization as proof of authenticity.
Internship certificates are especially useful because they allow students to gain an edge over the competition when it comes to either seeking jobs or applying to a foreign university.
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