Hi Shammy, I'm happy to give you my thoughts on getting an internship and I'm so glad to hear that you're interested in doing one. I agree with you that hands on experience is a strong point when looking for a full time job. There are two key recommendations I would make. The first is for online applications - make sure that you tailor your resume for each job that you're applying for highlighting skills that match the position. You want to identify what is really critical and in the job posting and make sure that your resume highlights the skills you have that address that so that you don't get filtered out. An online resume can be longer than an in person one, so use it to your advantage. Second, make sure that you're personally getting out there to meet recruiters and companies at events like career fairs and workshops. A lot of companies do recruiting through organization and school career fairs and that is a great way to get some direct feedback and meet people in person. Things like the Society of Women Engineers conference, diversity events, and other things that your schools may offer. And if you have ways to get involved in projects, research, other university work make sure to do that in the meantime! Good luck with your internship search!