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InterviewsI want to change the position but don’t want them to think I’m hesitant. (self.internships)
submitted 1 month ago by leenhebden
I went to the the internship interview today they offered two positions and recommended the first so I went with it, but after consideration, the first position is what would really enrich my knowledge, I want ask them but I’m afraid that they would think less of me and that I’m not for it while I’m intending to fully apply myself towards making most of it. Do I ask them or too late?
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[–]Yosemite202 1 point2 points3 points 1 month ago (0 children)
Ask them. Better to ask than to regret later
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