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Is applying to more than one internship allowed?

barcakid39barcakid39 Registered User Posts: 325 Member
I'm a high school senior and I have applied to 3 internship during the summer. I took serious and strongly consider all 3 of my applications process. However, what if I get elected to more than 1 internships. I can only do 1 internship in the summer, given that the internship runs almost all summer.

Can I reject my acceptance into an internship if I accept one over another? And I will feel kinda bad to do that because they receive hundreds of applications, but I decide not to commit.

Replies to: Is applying to more than one internship allowed?

  • thumper1thumper1 Registered User Posts: 70,996 Senior Member
    Are you serious? First, this is not a financial aid question.

    Second...applying for internships is like applying for jobs. You apply to more than one.

    But I have to ask...what kind of "internship" are you seeking as a HS student?
  • barcakid39barcakid39 Registered User Posts: 325 Member
    edited March 2015
    @thumper1‌ Calm down. I hate when ppl get too sensitive.
    Post edited by skieurope on
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