Internship at Law Firm, how?

I need to get a intern ship or small job at a law firm. How should I go about this? What is the best way to get a good paying starting job in a law firm? Oh and I put my resume below in case anyone is looking. Thanks! Customer Service and Sales Experience Recognized in the field for excellence for customer service in the entire T-Mobile Long Beach Market(Voice of the Customer Award). Pushing and driving for my sales goals while maintaining a good customer service approach as I represent my company. Strong multi-tasking skills from experience with sales and food services at In-N-Out. Personal drive and motivation to not just prove to myself a good employee but to keep a very open horizon to career advancement in the company I represent. I have a strong sense of urgency of what must be done and believe in the fact you must earn your paycheck by hard work and a great attitude! Professional Experience: T-Mobile Oct. 2007 – Dec 2008 (Sales Representative – Mobile Service Sales) $11.75/ +Comm. Working with customers to find a good solution to their mobile needs and helping them with any problems or questions regarding their service. Pushing for sales involving Insurance, Features, and Accessories to be added onto their accounts. Constantly keeping store updated with inventory stock and price sticker updates. Keeping fellow employees updated with new information via personal store emails and word of mouth. Training new employees on how to be quick in dealing with customer questions in a friendly welcoming manner and how to sell. CarMax June 2007 – Oct 2007 (Sales Consultant – Car Sales) Commission Only Waiting in a queen to introduce myself to customers who are interested in either purchasing a new vehicle and/or selling their current vehicle to CarMax. Selecting vehicles of interest to the customer on our lot then pushing the sale of the vehicles. Once a vehicle is selected and agreed to be purchased I then must push for the sale of vehicle warranty or vehicle accessories. Black Angus Restaurant March 2007 – June 2007 (Restaurant Service) $8.00 +Tips Front desk duties. Expediting. Occasional Serving. Answering phone calls from customers and take-home orders. Greeting and seating customers in an efficient seating manner for the servers. Occasionally taking in person orders, prepping food, and taking payments. Helping servers orient service to prioritize customers in a matter of importance and urgency. In-N-Out March 2005 – March 2007 (Restaurant Service) $11.25 Keeping a high paced almost rhythmic pace to create and serve customer orders in a fast period of time. Keeping a great customer service approach while remembering “The customer pays your paycheck”(an In-N-Out value). Being awarded prizes monthly for recognition ranging from introducing new ideas to improve the store or speed of service and of course good customer service recognition. Training new employees on the ideals of In-N-out and importance of a sense of urgency. Occasionally helping management interview Spanish speaking applicants. Weekly review of store safety violations and suggested improvements. Extra Experience: Typing speed 55+ WPM, Microsoft Word knowledge, Basic Microsoft Excel Knowledge, College Student working towards Law School. I am good at speaking and writing Spanish in order to sell and help customers/clients.

Asked By: Riley M - 5/21/2009
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You don't write what kind of job you're looking for! Figure that out and then edit your resume to that job. You might want to compress your resume a bit, it's probably too long... More
Answered By: maliboo_girl - 5/23/2009
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