Being at the ending of internship is the right time where one can think or plan about the future steps or actions to get hired at the same place. Grabbing the attention from the management level can help you out in a better way. Building experience section on your CV is very much easy if you are studying or if you are a fresh graduate. But transforming the same into a full time job needs some more extra hard work. Here are some ways which can be helpful to transform your internship into full time job aspect.
Request for a Feedback from your Manager/Boss: Maintaining strong relationship with managers and Boss can help you achieve your professional goals. By asking for a feedback form your boss or manager can help you in improving at the places where you lag and this can make a mark to accelerate your chances of transforming your job into full time job
Creating a Healthy Impression: Showing your professional capabilities and personality behavior in the organization can help in creating healthy impression on you.
Carry well-built Work Ethics: Determination in meeting the dead lines at given time intervals gives a confidence to the employer that you maintain strong work ethics which can bring you closer to become a valuable member of your team.
Try to Complete Your Assignments on Time: If you face any difficulty or challenge in dealing with the allotted work try to notify your reporting manager and ask for support. A valid reason can fetch you some time to complete your assignment.
Show passion towards Every Task: Your passion to learn can help you in handling more responsibilities from your senior colleagues which can help you in boosting your performances.
Try to identify up-to-the-minute Issues: Identifying issues that have not been dealt with yet by the organization. It might help the company overcome a problem and pick up the business. Employers always think of candidates who have out of box thinking.
Maintain Healthy Relations at Workplace: Not only with your manager, but you should be able to maintain friendly relations with everyone in your team. Exhibit skills that help your manager and the team to meet the professional goals.
Be Initiative: Exhibit your interest in learning and developing skills relevant to the position. Showing enthusiasm in attending to the workshops and training’s would help you in bringing a good impression on your manager.
Convey Your Interest: Let your Company know that you are ready to join it. If no positions are available at your interning time, your Boss can consider you as a choice when a suitable position turns up.
Build Reputation: Now, when you have the track record of delivering excellent work, ask for more responsibilities. Ask if you could escort your manager to a supervisory meeting to take notes.
Make every day of your 6-8 week internship period count and give you an edge.
All the Best!!