Reapplying to an internship/job

<p>Hi,</p>

<p>I was wondering how the reapplication process works. I am applying to several different internships as a sophomore, but I doubt I'll get considered for many of them. If I reapply my junior year, will they consider me again from scratch?</p>

<p>I know on many of the websites the application section only lets you associate one account per email. So if I am using my school email to apply this year and am denied, and if I apply again next year, will they see on my application profile on their website that I tried applying last year and was not considered and thus automatically skip me over for consideration again?</p>

<p>Last semester I applied to an internship and interviewed but did not receive an offer. The same company came to recruit interns again this semester and when I applied they did not even offer me the chance to interview this time around, I'm guessing because they saw that I already got denied last semester.</p>

<p>So if I apply to that internship again next year with more experience under my belt, would they still reject me straight off the bat just because I got rejected last year? I am asking because I am wondering if I should wait till my junior year to apply to other internships so that I don't sabotage myself early on.</p>

<p>Thanks for any help anyone can offer!</p>

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If I reapply my junior year, will they consider me again from scratch?

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<p>Yes. Typically, the HR system is cleaned out given that the new position will have a new set of applicants. (i.e. for most companies you apply to multiple job possibilities. No one takes count of the ones you've already applied to.)</p>

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I'm guessing because they saw that I already got denied last semester.

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<p>No. This is not the case. Its simply that you weren't chosen this time around.</p>

<p>Yes, i agree with j89's assesment. That is most likely the case.</p>

<p>It should be taken into account that a candidate can apply for various positions according to the skills.</p>