The college I attended as an undergrad sent out job postings time to time. I rarely got responses through these job ads, but I did get one response from a company that was looking for a front-end web developer intern (I was a junior in college). After a long and tough technical interview, my interviewer stated "I did not have great technical skills, but I was teachable." loll. He emphasized that there are so many smart devs but not ones that are willing to learn and collaborate with others.
Also showing some live websites I made freelancing (outside of school projects and etc) helped. The internship led to a full-time offer when I graduated.
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