Answered by Ashley, Hiring Expert at Textron Inc., on Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Wow! That is a great problem to have. I would use this to your advantage. If your internships are in different areas you should make different resumes that are tailored to different types of jobs you will be applying for. I would also compare each internship and pick our your top internships that really market your skills and abilities in the right way. If some of the internships held a leadership, I would make that a focal point on your resume since this quality to highly looked for by many companies. You should utilize your peers such as career services, teachers, and if still on contact, old connections at past internships to review your resume and prioritize what internships you should capture on your resume(s).