Hi, I'm student pursuing an AAS degree in Electronics. Having already passed the halfway mark on the road to graduation, I'd like very much to land an internship with a local company to learn more real-world/applied electronics rather than text and lab book materials. In addition, I feel real-world experience, albeit as an intern, would better position myself for employment once I do graduate. My question is this: how does one go about landing an internship? Many large electronics company websites mention internships but these appear primarliy directed at BSEEs, not lowly AAS'. A paid internship would be ideal (some money is better than none), but not necessarily required if I feel that I'm learning enough in return for my investment. I've already completed one quarter-long internship with a small company, which arranged through my school's program. That ended and now, with nothing similar on the horizon, I'd like to maybe try something on my own now. Would a good coarse of action be to somply cold-call the listed number and ask for the engineering department in the hopes of landing someone whi supervises technicians? Perhaps an email along the same lines? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks.