<p>Hey I can answer your question.</p>
<li><p>Yes. I got an internship after my sophomore year with Kimberly-Clark and I'm on my second term with them right now. You should apply. It's a manufacturing internship and you mostly deal with power systems and control systems. You can either get a staff or a mill location. In the mill you will see how things are made similar to the TV show. It's pretty cool and you learn a lot. The staff location is more AutoCAD drawing and process planning. Overall it's been a great experience. </p></li>
<li><p>Yes. I put all of my high school work experience (at a country club) on my resume. Find a way to doctor it up and show leadership through the pool. If you were managing pools or anything put that down. Don't go into depth if you just mopped the floors because they don't want to read that. If you have done anything in college related to EE, even if it's tutoring or helping others with labs put that down as well. They don't expect you to have much meat on there, so don't worry. </p></li>
<li><p>In the references section of your resume, put "References availible upon request". For an internship, they really don't do a CIA investigation on who you are. Wait until you are applying for a full-time position and have internship experience to put down actual names and numbers.</p></li>
<p>As long as you are personable and can carry on a conversation you will be fine.
Before your interview go over your classwork and refresh yourself on what you've learned or designed so you can use that in your interview.</p>
<p>Just FYI, for electrical engineers, it's not that hard to find an internship even after your freshman year. Don't sweat it.</p>